Books by Gary J. Boelhower

Naming Rites: Poems

Choose Wisely:
Practical Insights from Spiritual Traditions

Mountain 10:
Climbing the Labyrinth Within

Marrow, Muscle, Flight: Poems

Reviews

Sheila Packa

Author of Echo & Lightning, Cloud Birds, and Night Train Red Dust

About Naming Rites: Poems:

“This is a spiritual book, a mystical one, and one grounded in the natural landscape. This poet presents the reader with a rich place to plant the seeds of hope and forgiveness.”

Ellen Kort

First poet laureate of Wisconsin 2000-2004, author of If Death Were a Woman,
Uncle Jake, and Sing Back My Bones

About Marrow, Muscle, Flight: Poems:

“Gary Boelhower is a life-seasoned, perceptive, courageously-honest poet. We need his voice, his insight and depth, his engaging message of love and truth.”

Don M. Rick

PhD author, Robert K. Greenleaf: A Life of Servant Leadership;
coauthor, Seven Pillars of Servant Leadership

About Choose Wisely:

Practical Insights from Spiritual Traditions: “Profoundly practical and inspiring. Boelhower writes from a lifetime of learning, teaching and reflective living, but most especially from his heart.”

Mark McKergow

PhD co-author, The Solutions Focus and member of the Transformational Leadership Council

About Mountain 10: Climbing the Labyrinth Within:

“Mountain 10 is a unique tool for personal reflection, learning and progress. It offers an engaging and effective format for a meditative, enlightening and transformational experience.”