Posts Tagged ‘Walking Through Walls’

Following up with Philip Smith, author of Walking Through Walls

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Philip Smith’s memoir Walking Through Walls just came out in paperback, so we checked in with him to find out how he feels about publishing his story and how people (and spirits) are reacting.

Interview: Philip Smith, author of Walking Through Walls

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

Philip Smith’s memoir, Walking Through Walls, is about his father, a Miami interior decorator-turned-psychic healer, and about his own ensuing teenage rebellion. We recently sat down and asked him a few questions—from one SMITH to another.

Excerpt: Walking Through Walls by Philip Smith

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

The following is an excerpt from Philip Smith’s Walking Through Walls. Be sure to check out our interview with Smith here.
It was late July.
The summer mangoes had dropped from the trees and were lying rotting on the ground, ripped open by feasting bugs and birds.  Their intoxicating sweet smell mixed with the heaviness of the [...]

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