Stephen Hren

Stephen Hren's writing career has focused on both practical and metaphysical ways of correcting humanity's damaged relationship with nature. From hands-on how-to pieces in Homepower and Backwoods magazines and books like The Carbon-Free Home, to political blogs on Huffington Post, all the way to subconscious-bending fiction like Max's Hungry Ghost that blends science fiction with myth-centered fairy tales, he attempts to stitch back together the torn fabric of this frayed and frail marriage.

In addition to his writing career, Stephen Hren has also spent time restoring numerous historic homes, building structures out of earth and reclaimed wood, helping start a local food coop and edible landscaping business, and working at a nearby restaurant specializing in local food. You can find more at his website.

Book Reviews by Stephen Hren

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relevant and soul-searching . . .”

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This well-researched book provides a fascinating glimpse into the biography of a pioneering author. It also sheds light on the origins of psychedelic America in the 60s and beyond.