My 2014 book has just been published in paperback, with nine new chapters about the journey with my son and his mother to spend a month with a healer in Burkina Faso in the beginning of 2016. Available via Amazon and elsewhere: My Mysterious Son: A Life-Changing Passage between Schizophrenia and Shamanism Paperback – November 14, 2017 […]
Since the release of previously-unseen CIA and FBI files on the Kennedy assassination last fall, I’ve written four articles for the whowhatwhy.org website concerning new revelations. The two most recent articles relate to my book “The Man Who Knew Too Much” and the strange saga of Richard Case Nagell. Here are the links: […]
These are recent interviews I did with Caroline Casey, on archetypal psychologist James Hillman; with 19-year-old mythological scholar Romeo Keyes from South-Central LA; and on climate change. Dick Russell Archives – Coyote Network News
This piece appeared in the October edition of the online OM Magazine, a cover story based around a radio interview I did with Sandie Sedgbeer about climate change. DICK RUSSELL – GLOBAL WARMING: WHEN PROFITS TRUMP TRUTH BY OMTIMES MAGAZINE October 21, 2017 Dick Russell is an acclaimed environmental writer, activist, lecturer, and author of 13 […]
In June 2017 I moderated a panel at Pacifica Graduate Institute where 19-year-old Romeo Keyes spoke about the impact of mythology on his life growing up in the inner city of Los Angeles. Here is the 55-minute video taken at that conference.
Here is information from the producer Scott Peterson of how to order Hitch-Hiking to the Edge of Sanity, a new documentary just out about my early traveling days in Europe and Africa. It chronicles what a young journalist saw in the 1970’s in Europe and the perils I faced trying to cross the Sahara Desert […]
My friend Homero Aridjis has just published “News of the Earth,” a compendium of his remarkable articles over the years, as well as a children’s book on monarch butterflies. And here his piece on the devastating earthquake that struck Mexico City in 2017. a blog Homero was asked to write for the London Review of […]
My guest post today on the DeSmog Blog website. The day before President Trump made his decision to pull the U.S. out of the landmark Paris climate accord, ExxonMobil reluctantly crossed a climate threshold. A majority of shareholders, over 62 percent, voted in favor of America’s biggest oil company releasing detailed analyses of the risks that […]