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Lozowick, Lee

LOZOWICK, Lee

LOZOWICK, Lee. American, b. 1943. Genres: Poetry, Theology/Religion, Inspirational/Motivational Literature. Career: Self-employed coin and stamp dealer in Milburn, NJ, 1965-70; gave seminars in the Silva Method (motivational seminars) in Tabor, NJ, 1970-75; singer and lyricist for rock band, liars, gods, and beggars, in Prescott, AZ, 1989-97; singer and lyricist for Blues Band, SHR1, the Blues Sensation, 1995-. Publications: SPIRITUALITY: In the Fire, 1978; Laughter of the Stones, 1979; Acting God, 1980; The Book of Unenlightenment; The Yoga of Enlightenment, 1980; The Cheating Buddha, 1980; The Only Grace Is Loving God, 1982; Living God Blues, 1984; In Praise of Rumi, 1989; (as Lee Khepa Baul) Derisive Laughter from a Bad Poet, 1993; Poems of a Broken Heart (poetry), 1993, Vol. Two, 1997; (ed. with R. Ryan) In Praise of Japanese Love Poetry, 1994; The Alchemy of Love and Sex, 1995; The Alchemy of Transformation, 1996; Conscious Parenting, 1997. Has also written the song lyrics for the ten albums of liars, gods, and beggars. Address: PO Box 4272, Prescott, AZ 86301, U.S.A.

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