Wild Knowing is delicious, moving and beautiful. With a bracing
simplicity of language it takes us to a distant world, then pulls away our internal moorings, leaving us to question
our most basic assumptions. Author Anya Luz Lobos, winner of the Chelson Award in fiction, has an inimitable voice,
feminine and brilliantly evocative.
A story of profound romantic/erotic love, Wild Knowing delves into the inner realms of archetype and primal desire, and follows one man's unique journey to enlightenment. Memorably expressed, without laboring the point, Wild Knowing provides an almost visceral sense of higher states of consciousness, but not before exposing the fears that prevent such realization. Wild Knowing has a heart-stopping plot: the author weaves wisdom through darkness as well as light.
Diane Frank, author of Blackberries in the Dream House described Wild Knowing as "a higher love story with an impeccable sense of ethics - an interplanetary page turner with large ideas, written in the voice of the Wise Woman."
John Daniel, author of The Poet's Funeral writes, "Set on the planet Daria, Wild Knowing pairs a man from Earth with a wise and beautiful Darian woman. What the man learns about love from this absorbing experience would benefit us all."
Author Rodney Charles (Every Day a Miracle Happens) describes Wild Knowing as "a healing balm. It is an extraordinary odyssey told with the sensitive passion of a woman's wisdom. Beautifully written, with eloquent assurance, the author weaves a story that invites us to explore the very real world of intuitive love."
Anya Luz Lobos is also the author of the novel Seaspring. Raised in both Nicaragua and the United States, she is a performance artist who combines dramatic interpretation of literature with Expressive Sign Language. Books are available through 1st World Publishing (www.1stworldpublishing.com) Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.com, and through book stores everywhere