I am thrilled and honored to be interviewed by eco-fiction.com, and to be included in great company by this progressive literary group. Read on, and share! https://eco-fiction.com/maia-kumari-gilman/ Blessings, Maia http://www.maiakumarigilman.com
Jump on it! Described by shaman Janet StraightArrow as a journey of awakening and finding positive ways of taking action to assist a world in environmental distress and by architect and AIA Middle East president Raya Ani as a timely and contemporary novel about love and care for the world—The Erenwine Agenda helps us … Continue reading Heading out for the weekend? This Saturday/Sunday only, my books are free!
7pm Vancouver Public Library | Raining main floor, main branch, Robson Street, before it was Virgin, and Victoria's Secret, and empty before - Timothy Findley. A most iconic author stood, and read. An ambulance passed, fast in the rain, lights reflecting off that sheer glass façade - Timothy Findley: a most iconic author, stopped, and … Continue reading Most Iconic
Starting tomorrow, Friday, my visionary ecofiction novel The Erenwine Agenda will be available for free, worldwide, on any digital device. Visit the Kindle page all weekend to download. Thanks, enjoy, and spread the word! -Maia http://www.maiakumarigilman.com
This inspired video by Finite Visual captures the essence of my visionary ecofiction novel, The Erenwine Agenda. Click the Youtube link to watch in higher resolution. There is also one on Facebook in a lower resolution. You can see more about the novel here on Amazon and here on Goodreads. Please enjoy, share, and let … Continue reading The Erenwine Agenda video is out!
The Erenwine Agenda will be available for you to read tomorrow! For those who have asked: It is available to pre-order now. Pre-ordering counts toward first-day sales figures. It is available on Kindle. As part of the Kindle Unlimited program, I will be paid half a cent (yes) per page you read. So please … Continue reading One more sleep…
Why I travel Because I am human, and I inhabit a physical body, my experience of the sacred is automatically spatial. My experience of the spirit translates easily into the architectures of faith. I explore this. I travel. Because I am human, and because I engage my physical senses at every moment, my … Continue reading Why I travel