Infinitus schedule, reading matter, writing project

Kind readers,

well, it is officially official: the Infinitus programming schedule has been released.

I shall be lecturing in a room called “Pacifica 10” at 4:30 on friday, July 16th. Immediately after, I shall be selling and signing copies of my books, Bring forth the best robes: a spiritual understanding of Severus Snape and The flawed master: lessons Professor Snape taught me, should anyone want one.

Ah, my goodness.

I shall be adding more rosaries to my etsy shop after the convention is over and I have rested a little…

I have been reading quite a lot these days, expanding my spiritual horizons. As the saying does, when the student is ready, the teacher will come. I have created a new shelf on my Goodreads profile for texts whose influence on my development is proving to be particularly significant. Yesterday, I finished The Mystic Heart: Discovering a Universal Spirituality in the World’s Religions by Wayne Teasdale-what an enthralling read!

I am an interspiritual, intermystical Christian. I cannot live unless I fit the whole world inside my heart. To me, that is the ultimate goal of Love; the consummation of Life. To be at one, in a diverse, inclusive and creative -as opposed to homogeneous- communion…

Open-armed kenosis. Christ the Redeemer is one of my favorite icons of such love… Liberating love.

It is in this spirit that an upcoming writing project formulated itself in my mind. It will be published after Blessed is finished. The book will be called The Mystical Rosary: being at one with everything.

Your devoted
Logospilgrim, the quiet professor

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5 thoughts on “Infinitus schedule, reading matter, writing project

  1. I wish I could go to Infinitus and hear you speak. Is it possible that your lecture could be filmed and posted on YouTube or something?

    Good luck and best wishes, always.

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    • Thank you so much for your kind words! I wish you could be there too, my dearest one…

      Um, I believe the lecture will be recorded (an audio recording)… I shall try and ask loved ones if any of them might like to film the presentation, and uh…

      *gulp*

      😉

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  2. That’s great, professor! I will be at your presentation. My paper is “Sneaking Past the Watchful Dragons: Christian Themes in Harry Potter and the Chronicles of Narnia,” and I am presenting it from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday. 🙂

    Were you given a definite time for your book signing? I wasn’t.

    Last year at Azkatraz I found out when I arrived there that I had to do two author readings and three book signings. One reading was on the day I arrived! The other one was right after John Granger’s author reading (no pressure or anything). I loved doing the readings, but would have appreciated a bit more advance warning….

    I hope I’m not making you nervous! 😉

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    • I shall be very much looking forward to your own presentation! God bless you for your loving support 🙂

      I was not given a definite book signing time… Travis Prinzi’s advice to me was, “Sell your books right after your presentation; be sure to save a portion of time for this.” So, basically, after my lecture is over, I shall go to the back of the room, sit down, and if anybody wants a copy of the book, uh, I shall be there be a pen in my hand and everything… Apparently, there will be designated times as well for authors to sign books in the vendor room, but I may be too exhausted after my lecture/book signing effort…

      Oh, goodness. I shall be having at least a glass of scotch or two at the Snapecast meeting that night, I tell you 😉

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