by Eric E. Cane

Here’s a link to the podcast of the author reading the article: https://radiopublic.com/eric-e-cane-GAVPJn/s1!15f94#t=10

The following is the current result of my decades long personal research on the emergence and processing of human consciousness. This isn’t only from my intuition, but what I have also derived from…


By Eric E. Cane

Do you remember your childhood? The good parts? Here’s a memory of mine I’d like to share. This stepping back in time will be used as part of your own exercise in keeping your curiosity and creativity alive :

I remember walking outside. My hands were…


I had better things to do today than to sit in the center and contemplate slapping, spanking, and otherwise shocking the ignorance out of some of you.

But here I am.

You cannot claim to be tolerant and loving to your echo chamber compatriots when you don’t demonstrate this to…


Excerpt from chapter four of: More Than This, A Tenets of Truth Book by Eric E. Cane

Listen to the audio version on my podcast here

The Free Child in Nature is an important default way of thinking. It helps one realize those things meaningfully necessary to inspiration, creative freedom…


What does it mean to be human?

Short story by Eric E. Cane

Ash reached down and picked up the dots. She had spilled the tray as before. Hadn’t seen it.

Of course, that’s what she said every time. She was susceptible to inattention. Distraction.

“Oh, dear,” she said, trying…


Author’s note: I had some anxiety about posting this, because of the fear for me I think it might inspire in people who know me. Some close friends thought it could help others, and that’s why it’s here. Please know this is not a plea for help. I am a…


Introduction: Wallace Drew, a simple man with the common sense of his father’s bad experiences, goes door to door preaching the Good Word. He ends up meeting a man who changes his life and disturbs his faith.

Fiction with some adult language and themes.

Chapter 1

The sky was bruised with slowly…


I was in a gathering place.

I watched a little girl in a flowery dress walk through the lobby atrium. Her father walked a few steps behind her.

The first thought that came to my mind was: Grow her strong. Don’t release her into the world without a solid, independent…


Audiobook Version: E. E. Cane on Soundcloud

(This is a preview chapter 3 of my upcoming book — More Than This.)

You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

The maxim “You don’t know what you don’t know” is actually a powerful revelation to people.

Our egos tend to put us in the position of wanting to appear…

Eric E. Cane

A writer giving you his best. Novelist and poet.

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