Crowd, the Critic, and the Muse, The

Michael Gungor
In The Crowd, the Critic, and the Muse, Michael Gungor takes an uncompromising--and humorous--look at our creative selves and the world that we have fashioned around us. Through story and reflection, Gungor shows how our deepest beliefs and assumptions about the universe affect how we order creation. Our art and our humanity are inextricably entwined. An award-winning, globetrotting musician, Gungor also reveals his personal journey as an artist and creator, a tale of moving from innocence to wisdom, from simplicity to complexity and back again, a tale of leaving home and returning in a new, better, and more creative way.


Reviewed: 2016-04-12
Michael Gungor makes it a point that we are all creators in our own respect but I highly recommend this book for anyone who is involved in any kind of creative arts. Although this book is written from a Christian perspective Gungor is very honest and real about his views on society, Christianity, and himself. There is a lot of himself in this book which was interesting because I do admire him as a person as well as the words he has written. There is a bit of profanity in it so if you are opposed to that then... read another book, but if you can look past that (or even enjoy it) it is a fantastic read.
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