When author and shaman David Kowalewski isn’t helping souls on the other side, look for him outdoors. Retired after a 30-year career as a university professor, he’s perfecting his skills in tracking. He tracks wolves and edible and medicinal wild plants.
A crowded Irish pub in the early ‘90s: Suzanne Connolly zeroes in on a young man with a tiny gold barrel around his neck. “I can tell you the history of that necklace,” she says, abetted with a bit of liquid courage. It might sound like the start of a mystical, perhaps Twilight-esque love story, but for Connolly it was instead a growing, undeniable realization of her intuitive abilities.