Thursday, August 11, 2005

Jim Hollis

Jim Hollis published his eleventh book this year, Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life. Sales have been good, and he's appeared on interviews in several media outlets, the latest being AARP Magazine.

Jim is executive director of the Jung Center in Houston, where he teaches the psychology of identity formation through the stages of life. His books are clear, graceful, and packed with practical and spiritual advice about coping with change. Copies are on sale at Amazon and other online book sites.

An excellent interview (and picture) appear in the current issue of California Literary Review.

Jim is at work on a new book, and he travels widely giving lectures and teaching seminars.

I hope that he will return to Springfield for our 50th Reunion to tell us why, unaccountably, all of us appear to have aged!

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