For more information on the “Pulse of the Planet” series and CDs, visit www.pulseplanet.com. Jim’s commentary on the commercialization of spiritual terms, “Zenophobia,” appears in the current issue.
Blair Glaser became the Internet’s first actor-advice columnist when her weekly feature, “Ask Blair,” was featured at Playbill.com. She migrated from teaching acting to becoming a drama therapist, and facilitated a series of popular workshops for women based on and in connection with Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues” at the Omega Institute and in cities around the country. Blair has written for various online publications, including Sexual Health and the UK’s Flow Magazine. She is a licensed creative arts therapist whose healing business, SpiritPlay.org, incorporates her private practice as a drama therapist and psycho-spiritual counselor. Blair’s article on revitalizing one’s inner life, “Stretching and Falling,” appears in the current issue.
Bob Cianci is a longtime music journalist and author as well as a working musician. A graduate of Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Virginia, Bob has written for the New Jersey Herald, the Pike County Dispatch, the River Reporter, Blues Revue, Blues Access, No Depression, and other newspapers and magazines. He is currently the main contributor and the features editor of Classic Drummer. His book Great Rock Drummers of the Sixties is now in its second, revised printing. Bob’s preview of the concert by Leo Kottke and David Lindley in Peekskill appears in the current issue.