Zen Master Tova Tarantino Toshiba
Fountain Blue Publishing
On Sale: August 1, 2014
Paperback / e-Book
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This fictional short-story collection challenges
perceptions and illusions about religious masters,
spiritual teachers, gurus, charlatans and holy men and
women of all persuasions, while simultaneously tickling
our funny bone and exercising the muscles our faces rely
on for laughter. Zen Master Tova Tarantino Toshiba takes
liberty with questionable material from the living sea,
near Egypt; tofu paper, in Okinawa; a tomb, in Italy; a
shaman, in Ethiopia; and a half-sister, in India. The
words, quotes, koans and stories, of this soon to be
classical work, include the timeless insights of Let the
Wormís Go, Dead Food, Reality Bites, Stealing the Buddha,
Drip After Drip, Sound of One Eye, Catching Wind, Looking
Good, My Catís Enlightened, Chocolate Box, and Sex, Drugs
and Sushi Rolls.
"Enlightenment or laughs? With Gabriel Constansí book you
donít have to choose. Zen masters usually have a sense of
humor, or need one. Gabrielís got it, and he gives us a
world of illusions to laugh about." Bob Fenster, author of
Duh: The Stupid History of the Human Race
1 comment posted.
Re: Zen Master Tova Tarantino Toshiba
Thank you for your brilliant and insightful review Monique. Are you sure you aren't a relative of Zen Master Tova Tarantino Toshiba?
(Gabriel Constans 12:44pm September 26, 2014)
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