Currently based in Houston Texas, Sean Stubblefield graduated Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Television Production.
A philosopher poet, Sean has been writing non-fiction for 15 years, and is the author of eight books. His first book, Paradox, is available on amazon.com or his website: http://www.myspace.com/exastral
Writer/ Executive Editor: The Student Operated Press. Sean has also written articles for The Houstonian, News Blaze, Local Buzz, SOTAC, Digital Journal and The Calder Gazette, as well as having had poems included in Revelation magazine.
His awesome photo gallery: http://exastra23.deviantart.com/gallery/
About the Book
Collection of original social commentary and poetry written by Philosopher poet Sean Stubblefield. As the title suggests, this book is a journey within ourselves, reconciling the paradoxes of who we are and are not, so we may bring out the best in us. With insight into the thinking behind our beliefs, Paradox explores humanity and how we create the future, today.
Par.a.dox – noun anything that seems impossibly self-contradictory or contrary to commonly accepted belief, but expresses a possible or symbolic truth, or an actuality. Applying this concept as a philosophical approach, our assumptions about ourselves and reality are challenged.
Imagine the possibilities.
Paperback: 324 pages
Publisher: VonChasePublishing (February 17, 2008)
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