ANTHONY L ROSE, Ph.D. is a biosynergist, social change consultant, writer and global explorer living on the western edge of the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Southern California. His poem “Hemingway’s Room” was written while visiting Ernest Hemingway’s home in Key West, Florida, and on a stopover in Semarang, Java during an expedition to Borneo. Dr. Tony Rose has taught at UCLA, UCSD, CSU-San Diego & Northridge, and at Antioch University, Los Angeles, where his popular writing workshop “Articulating Nature” was developed. He has created professional and social change programs for hundreds of organizations in cross-cultural relations, applied indigenous wisdom, religious community building, organization development, educational innovations, wildlife conservation, and biosynergy restoration. Tony’s CV includes scores of publications, from the personal psychology book Growing Up Human
(1974), to the photo essay Consuming Nature
(2003) about destruction of African rainforests, to an essay series on The Psychology of Trump coming soon to https://medium.com/@biosynergist
. Tony’s poems and chapbooks, many created in Jack Grapes’ workshops, can be found on Medium at his link @biosynergist. Rose’s biosynergy research, theory, & adventure articles are available at The Biosynergy Institute website
. To contact Tony Rose about his writings, lectures, and workshops, email him at ALRose@biosynergy.org.