Frank DeMarco has been a journalist and a newspaper editor and writer, and was cofounder and Chief Editor of Hampton Roads Publishing Company. He is the author of five books, including Muddy Tracks, The Sphere and the Hologram, and Babe in the Woods (a novel). All of his published works center on his own personal experiences and his mission to help others understand their existence. Jeanne Adlon has been deeply involved with animals for over thirty-five years. She worked for Cleveland Amory's Fund for Animals, operated the first Manhattan store designed for cats and cat lovers, and became the city's first full-time cat sitter. In between calls, she writes a popular weekly column as a cat expert on CatChannel.com, a website for cat lovers.
"There is a lot of information in Frank's book, plenty of food for serious thought; and it is not always what one might expect, or even accept . . . This book is worth reading and re-reading - digest and process and go back for more."--Virginia Waldron "Journal of Regression Therapy "
"The Cosmic Internet is a wonderfully passionate search for the true nature of reality, yet written with humor and a light approach that makes the writing charming and captivating. Receptive readers will find themselves living in a much wider world."--Michael Peter Langevin "Awareness Magazine "