$8.95 US
ISBN 0-938999-02-8

About the Author
Yuganta Press

An extraordinary blend of personal experience and Indian mythic
elements, Devi lures us into an epic, spiritual voyage. Join
Suzanne Ironbiter in her quest for peace and stability, her
recovery of the dark, repeating rhythm of the earth. Discover with
her a symbol of wholeness that seeks to heal our divided minds.

The patriarchal society of today appears to point nowhere ahead
except to death. The move as shown in Devi to a female-centered
pantheon is urgently needed…. [Devi is] a powerful, personal yet
impersonal search for self and Self.

Peter Felsenthal, Poet

About the Author
Suzanne Ironbiter has a doctorate in History of Religion from Columbia
University and teaches at Purchase College and Hunter College of the State
and City Universities of New York. Her specialties are European and Indian
mystical philosophies and epic poetry. Her focus developed under the
guidance of the late Acharya Sushil Kumar, founder of the World Fellowship of
Religions and the International Mahavir Jain Mission dedicated to religious
harmony and the nonviolent path. Her poetry and novels engage with conflict
in and around us, and heroic effort toward peace. In her narrative poem
DEVI, this heroic effort is personified in powerful goddess energies as they
emerge from Indian myth into the imagination of the narrator, Suzanne