It happened in the seventies
A Memoir of Love, Colliding Worlds and a House on a Hill
An intriguing story of personal risk-taking, self-discovery and profound change.
Dieter Luske -> Author Profile
Published by LU-Books
An inspiring read of a life-changing escapade Down Under
Phil Brown – Arts Editor – The Courier-Mail
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Dieter Luske is a writer who enjoys life and life's journey, loves working with Giselle, his wife, in their enchanted organic garden, dabbles in art and music and consults on holistic health and lifestyle topics.
He is the author of 3 books and he has published hundreds of holistic lifestyle philosophy articles and lives by his motto, "By attempting the impossible - one is meaningfully occupied (D.L.).".
It happened in the seventies - Photos from the Seventies
This book was published in 1992 - 1000 copies sold. Surprisingly enough, the concepts, principles and strategies discussed and offered to the reader are as vital and influential today as they were in 1992.
*Out of print - Last surviving copy - Work on re-write has commenced.
By Giselle and Kahelu
- A collection of curiously artful paintings, skillfully intermixed with smithereens of subterranean poetry, bordering on the incredible, enhanced with quirkiness.
Enjoy the paintings and Dieter's poetry, channelling Kahelu.
By Giselle & Dieter Luske - Biographical-based parody fiction. - Humorous picture book for grown-ups containing over 60 hand-drawn illustrations. The name Bearborn dates back to 400 BC. Any similarities between Bearborns and other human beings are coincidental, unavoidable and inconsequential.
Dieter Luske acknowledges the Wangerriburra People of the Yugambeh Language Region, Canungra, the Traditional Owners of the lands we live, learn and work on
and pay our respects to Elders past and present. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.
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