Arthur Hoyle

Arthur Hoyle is a writer, independent filmmaker, and educator living in Southern California. He writes biography and has also published essays on America's cultural scene in Huffington Post, Empty Mirror, Across the Margin, Counterpunch, AIOTB: As It Ought to Be, Terror House Magazine, and The Mindful Word. Before writing for publication, he made documentary films and served as an administrator and teacher in independent schools.

Book Reviews by Arthur Hoyle

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“Isn’t the final goal of surrealism, after all, to transform the world?”
—Luis Buñuel

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“Anyone who has walked even a short section of the Appalachian Trail or the Pacific Crest Trail has stepped into this dimension, which is nature’s gift to the human soul.”

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“Run. Fight. Think.”
—Sebastian Junger

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“There is more to say about war than it is just bad.”

                                                  —Stanley Kubrick

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The Empathy Diaries should be required reading for men who care about the emotional landscape of women and the health of their own feminine side.”

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“To be born in the street means to wander all your life, to be free. It means accident and incident, drama, movement. It means above all dream . . .”

—Henry Miller

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“There is no frigate like a book

To take us lands away."

—Emily Dickinson