NP Journal for experimenting with ideas, Copyright © 2011-2017 LJ Frank. All Rights Reserved.
Narrative Paths Journal
“We think we know but have yet to discover.” Thomas Aquinas
NP Journal for experimenting with ideas was initiated within the context of experiences and rooted in treks, voyages, studies and work. The access, integrative content and design of the journal are evolving with the goal of enhancing the reader’s experience. The views and opinions expressed in the Journal are those of the individual authors.
“Narrative Paths Journal is a literary magazine focusing on new philosophies and ideas.” Uriél Dana
Brief overview of the vision and people who offer their insights and expertise. Includes a list of NP Journal Group & Contributors: editor, assistant editor, guest columnists, writers, poets and photographers.
Introductions and links to evolving ideas, philosophies, trends and reflections on a variety of topics from the arts to the sciences.
Includes some of Frank’s works of abstract expressionism. Several of his paintings have been donated to nonprofit organizations. Numerous works are on display in business and professional offices and private homes.
The Miracle of Learning & the Seasons of Change by Sue DeGregorio-Rosen.
Philosophical approaches to various artistic, cultural, literary, political, religious, scientific and social matters. Conflict draws our eyes by L J Frank.
Strives to offer insightful and thoughtful observations of varying lengths in areas that are engagingly diverse and leaning towards the paradigmatic. Most recent interview: Medical use of Cannabis, Interview with Sue Degregorio-Rosen, RN, CLNC
Books from the past to the present are reviewed that express the inquisitive and exploratory nature of NP Journal. All reviews are by L J Frank unless otherwise noted.
“A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.” Lao Tzu, Daoist philosopher
Preview listing of L J Frank’s published books with links to retail availability. Frank is also working on two books.
Now available: The Elusive Mistress of Thomas Paine.
Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home — Japanese poet, Matsuo Bashō
Contrasting shapes of experiences, ideas, dreams and thoughts primarily in the form of poetry and essays. The words amusing, romantic, haunting, disquieting, nonlinear, obscure and existential are a few of the descriptors for these jottings. Most recent: Haunting Clichés and Ghostly Metaphors by L J Frank
Links to archived Contributors, Announcements, Guest Column, Inquiries, Interviews, NPJ Book Review and Rhythms.
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