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Paul JJ Payack

A Plague of Darkness

A Plague of Darkness
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Published by iUniverse
June 16, 2003
ISBN: 0595289746
A Plague of Darkness sheds light upon the sense of quiet desperation currently devastating the children of our society: Black, white, yellow or red. This plague, which we watch morph and transform itself into its differing forms every evening on our nightly news is an equal opportunity destroyer. During a cross-country plane trip during a particularly ‘dark’ time, Payack penned A Plague of Darkness. To better illustrate (and encapsulate) the emotional toll this unseeable plague has wrecked upon the emotional lives of our children across the land, he further illustrated this essay with a series of some thirty ‘collages’ that will help you see the devastation through the mind (and eye) of the child, which remain hopeful, above all. Paul JJ Payack is a Silicon Valley marketing executive who has published in some dozen collections and hundreds of reviews and anthologies around the world, including The Paris Review, New Letters, Creative Computing, and Boulevard.

At the same time, Payack has served as a senior executive for some of the world's leading high technology companies. Currently, Payack serves as Chairman, President & The WordMan at yourDictionary.com, the leading global language portal.

"Paul Payack's ability to blend the mediums of writing and pictorial art into a collage of prophetic insight is incredibly unique and provocative. A Plague of Darkness is a rich feast of mental and spiritual expression that will move your thinking to a higher plain."

 —Pastor Ron Pinkston is a noted author, lecturer, and radio personality featured on A Day of New Beginnings.

 “The brief, almost bald, summation of crucial experience that attains its power through its stark reductiveness.”

 —Sylvia L. Berkman, author of Blackberry Wilderness

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Child Guidance/Parenting , Illustrated Books , Metaphysical , Philosophy , Religion
 
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