Spirituality & Religion

We represent authors from a variety of religious beliefs and backgrounds, from Judaism to Christianity, buddhism and Zen. We find great value in the variety of insight historical research, spiritual experiences, and prescriptive advice can bring to this genre. From neuroscientist Andrew Newberg, M.D.'s Why God Won't Go Away to Rabbi Alan Lew's Be Still and Get Going, our clients examine the role and importance of spirituality and religion from diverse perspectives. 

A Wide Range

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Larry Dossey

One Mind

Hay House

In the 20th century, we were introduced to several subdivisions of the mind: the conscious, unconscious, subconscious, preconscious, and so on. But what we didn’t know was that there was another level of consciousness, an all-encompassing, infinite dimension of shared intelligence: the One Mind. This universal consciousness connects all of us through space and time. Through engaging stories, fascinating case studies, and insights from great thinkers throughout history, One Mind explores the outer reaches of human consciousness.

Andrew Newberg

Why God Won't Go Away

Ballantine/Random House

Newberg and d’Auili’s groundbreaking book uses brain science to understand the biology of belief. “The first work to explicitly probe the biology of religious experience,” according to Publisher’s Weekly, Why God Won’t Go Away blends cutting edge science with illuminating insights into the nature of consciousness and spirituality. A book for believers and non-believers alike, “Newberg’s reverential attitude toward the great unknown is reminiscent of Einstein’s,” says Larry Dossey.

Andrew Newberg & Mark Waldman

How Enlightenment Changes Your Brain

Hudson Street Press/Penguin Random House

In this original and groundbreaking book, Andrew Newberg, M.D., and Mark Robert Waldman turn their attention to the pinnacle of the human experience: enlightenment. Using brain- scan studies and surveying more than one thousand people who have experienced enlightenment, these bestselling authors reveal the neurological underpinnings of enlightenment, offering unique strategies to help readers experience its many benefits.

Norman Fischer & Sue Moon

What is Zen?


An accessible and enjoyable introduction to Zen Buddhist practice, the Q&A format features the esteemed Zen teacher Norman Fischer and his old friend and teaching colleague Susan Moon (both of them in the lineage of Shunryu Suzuki). Together, they playfully give a good basic education in Zen--not only the history, theory, and practice but also the contemporary issues, such as gender inequality, sexual ethics, and the tension between Asian traditions and the modern American reality.

Gary Jansen

Life Everlasting: Catholic Devotions and Mysteries for the Everyday Seeker

Tarcher Perigee

In Life Everlasting readers will discover that lost causes can be won by meditating with St. Jude; healings can occur by praying with the Virgin Mary; and the Holy Spirit can assist us in making important decisions. By praying and taking our attention off our own problems for just a few minutes a day, we can take the first steps toward abandoning fear and living a life of forgiveness, abundance, and perpetual gratitude. Jansen is the director of Image Books and has been featured on NPR, The Huffington Post, and CNN.

Jane Barnes

Falling in Love with Joseph Smith

Tarcher/Penguin Group

When award-winning documentary film writer Jane Barnes was working on the PBS special series "The Mormons," she was surprised to find herself passionately drawn to Joseph Smith.   Barnes’s unlikely path helps her gain a newfound respect for the innovative American spirit that lies at the heart of Mormonism—and for a religion that is, in many ways, still coming into its own.  Kirkus calls it "a searching, intelligent spiritual memoir" and the author has been interviewed on Leonard Lopate.