Howard W. Robertson



Hyperzotica is a collection of linked stories written after the fashion of a contemporary television serial. Each story is an episode featuring Keith and Phyllis Benson, much as each episode of As Time Goes By centers around Lionel and Jean Hardcastle. Keith is a professor specializing in ecological economics, and Phyllis is an architect who writes wildly successful bondage romances under a pseudonym. They live in the fictional city of New Geneva, Oregon, which greatly resembles the actual city of Eugene. The book focuses on themes of married love and biospheric sustainability.

293 pp.
ISBN: 9781624620881

Selected Works

Love story set a hundred years from now in a dinosaur park in Oregon.
A short novel about racism on the Oregon frontier.
Contemporary tales of married love and sustainability.
Poems of the biosphere.
Revised edition of this spiritual book based on solid science and the author's experiences in aikido. These poems re-evaluate our moment in time in terms of the Gaian biosphere.
Prize-winning poems from 1987-1994.
"These poems breathe with the cosmos, exhaling the beauty of daily life." --Tamara Pinkas
"Truly remarkable. Tremendous breadth. Superb!" --Matthew Stadler
“Gorgeous, an intoxicating blend.” --Santa Cruz Metroactive
“Beautiful mystery.” --Ahsahta Press

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