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About the Author and Conversation Partner
John Teton was born in Chicago and earned degrees from Harvard and the San Francisco Art Institute. He has directed the international film festival award-winning short films Thunder Head Clearing and B’raesheet and produced the cosmology film program Visions at T Minus Zero. In addition to The Book of Geezer, his fiction includes Appearing Live at The Final Test, Upsurge, and ELEVATION: The Cave Logs of New Hale, Tibet. He is the founding director of the International Food Security Treaty Association, which arose from notes for Upsurge. On behalf of the IFST, he has made many public appearances at universities and U.S. congressional briefings, and he was featured as a non-government presenter in conjunction with the annual plenary session of the United Nations Committee on World Food Security in Rome. He has written numerous articles, including “On the Origin of a Hunger-Free Species,” published in the Harvard International Review, and “The Armless Hand,” in the Yale Journal of International Affairs. He and his wife, Jennifer, are the parents of three and live in Oregon.
David Rottman is Past President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the C.G. Jung Foundation of New York, and a member of the Jung Foundation’s Continuing Education faculty. His seminars on psychology and human motivation have received wide acclaim in the United States and Canada. In his private practice, and through lecturing and teaching, David Rottman has been helping people benefit from C.G. Jung’s ideas for more than 30 years. He has taught more than forty courses on topics including: a comprehensive approach to understanding dreams, love and relationships, work and careers, complexes, anxiety, self-expression and creativity, and self-renewal. He is noted for making Jung’s ideas clear and applicable. In working with individuals, his approach has been influenced by both C.G. Jung and Yoram Kaufmann, author of The Way of the Image.