Hyatt Carter is a writer/editor, a licensed counselor, and a scholar with a wide spectrum of interests. He is the author of twelve books, including:
Let There Be . . . Chi!
Chiasmic Structures in Thought and Reality
Process Philosophy in Five Easy Pieces
Jesus: One Path but Many Ways
Some Little Night Musings:
137 HyC Adventures
Thinking Is the Best Way to Travel:
Essays along the Journey
He is co-editor, along with philosopher Randall Auxier, of Charles Hartshorne’s The Unity of Being, a new book that will be published by Open Court in 2015.
His fields of expertise include process philosophy, Zen Buddhism, and contemplative spirituality. He is now working on a new book of philosophical reflections on Zen with an emphasis on the great Zen Master Eihei Dogen.
After living for more than twenty years in southern California, he and his wife Linda moved in 2010 to New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment, where they now live in Eldorado, a community just outside of Santa Fe.
This is a picture that Linda took of me when we were hiking a trail
by the Pecos River near Villaneuva, New Mexico.
Our Little HyC-enda (Hacienda) in Eldorado at Santa Fe