Under Spells AND OTHER NARRATIVES
About the Book
In Under Spells, a Buddhist author recounts his simultaneous influences after living out some of the experiences of various authors and their characters. On the verge of homelessness in Sans-Abri (Without Shelter), he decides not to stay in a shelter but rather outdoors, like Siddhartha Gautama Buddha and his followers in the 5th century BC, and painfully conquers the elements. Having studied astronomy and astrology, he finally charts his horoscope in Little Green Men and learns how and why his life turned out the way it did. In Chez Moi, he journeys again to Maine and eastern Canada while he has the chance.
About the Author
Theodore Lyons majored in English at Illinois Wesleyan University and edited for several journals. His other books include 91 Gordon Street and Two Occult Tales.