What if all your favorite LOST authors and bloggers were gathered in one place, accessible anytime you wished, day or night? What would you talk about with them? What fascinating ideas would they bring for your consideration?
What if you could talk with people who never left the Island, who never will leave the Island—whose job it is, in fact, to live, breathe, touch, and see LOST 24 hours a day, seven days a week?
There are such people, and there is such a magical place, in a book: LOST Thought.
This anthology presents the greatest collection of LOST expertise ever gathered in one book: Bloggers and Authors:
Nikki Stafford (Finding Lost
) Jo Garfein (Jopinionated) Pearson Moore (LOST Humanity
) Sarah Clarke Stuart (Literary Lost
) Sam McPherson (Lostpedia.com) Erika Olson (Long Live Locke) Ryan Ozawa (The Transmission) Andy Page (Dark UFO) Nationally Recognized Literary Scholars:
Amy Bauer, Ph.D. (Professor of Music) Cynthia Burkhead, Ph.D. (Professor of English) Jeffrey Frame, Ph.D. (Professor of Theater and Film) Delano Freeberg, Ph.D. (Analytical Scientist) Julia Guernsey-Pitchford, Ph.D. (Professor of English) Michelle Lang, Ph.D. (Professor of Art) Antonio Savorelli, Ph.D. (Film and Literary Studies) Paul Wright, Ph.D. (Professor of English) Jamie R. Smith (Professor of English) LOST Scholars:
Jennifer Galicinski (Theology) C. David Milles (Literary and Film Studies) Erin Carlyle (Women's Studies) Gozde Kilic (Cultural Studies) Kevin McGinnis (Religious Studies)
The Island is the destiny of everyone onboard Flight 815. That is to say, the Island is our destiny. This is where we stand, where destiny bids us abide. We stand in the shadow of greatness. No one can ever own the Island. It is the Island that calls us, directs us, owns us. The Island compels us to reject the spiritual death of complacency, conformity, and mediocrity. There is nothing compromising or halfway in the Island’s call to exploit every faculty of the mind so that we might ponder, create, and dream.
Here then, in these pages, meditations and missives—dispatches and messages—from the object of our fascination: the Island.