Cousineau, Phil

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COUSINEAU, Phil. American, b. 1952. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, History. Career: Writer, film director, film producer, and script consultant. Seminar leader/guest lecturer at film institutes, Centers, and universities. Writer-inresidence, Shakespeare and Co. Bookstore, 1987. Co-director of film, The Peyote Road, 1993. Publications: SCREENPLAYS: (co-author) The 1932 Ford V8, 1986; The Presence of the Goddess, 1987; (co-author) The Hero's Journey: The World of Joseph Campbell, 1987; (co-author) Forever Activists: Stories of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 1990; (co-author) Eritrea: A Portrait of the Eritrean People, 1990; (co-author) Wiping the Tears of Seven Generations, 1991; The Peyote Road, 1993; Ecological Design, 1994; The Red Road to Sobriety, 1995; Your Humble Serpent, 1996; Wayfinders, 1999; A Seat at the Table, 2003. EDITOR: (and author of intro.) The Hero's Journey: Joseph Campbell on His Life and Work, 1990; (and author of intro.) The Soul of the World, 1993; (and contrib.) Soul: An Archaeology, 1994; Prayers at 3 A.M., 1995; Design Outlaws, 1997; Riddle Me This, 1999, as A World Treasury of Riddles, 2001; The Soul Aflame, 2000; The Way Things Are, 2003. OTHER: Deadlines: A Rhapsody on a Theme of Famous Last Words, 1991; (with J. Densmore, and ed.) Riders on the Storm: My Life with Jim Morrison, 1991; Burning the Midnight Oil, 1995; UFOs, 1995; Soul Moments, 1997, rev. ed. as Coincidence or Destiny, 2002; The Art of Pilgrimage, 1998; The Book of Roads, 2000; Once and Future Myths, 2001; The Olympic Odyssey, 2003. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles, reviews, and poetry to newspapers and periodicals. Address: c/o HarperSanFrancisco Pubs, 353 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA 94111, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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