Guy Herman is an author and activist lives in the liminal lands of consciousness. His musing are both thought-provoking and insightful. With an air of burlesque philosophy, he weaves an American society that mirrors the world of Raskolnikov. Humorous and witty, the musings of Guy Herman will be cause for reflection and his prose brings to life several of the issues that have plagued our nation in the past, and intelligently addresses those currently facing our society.
Dostoevsky, Nietzsche, Plato, Socrates, Darwin and Freud were and remain the most intimate and influential teachers in the formative years of this writers life. Orphaned by wealthy parents and raised by nannies, gardeners and ship captains, these most influential thinkers and role models were and remain the interior voice and invention for the father, teacher, friend and cohort whose words and lives profoundly influenced the ‘Tabula Rasa’ of the young, solitary and quite impressionable youth.
Little is known of his current whereabouts but for occasional sightings to and from the offices of the Nobel Committee in Oslo Norway and his ever present circumlocutions about his woodpile and sheds.