Keith Thompson is an author and independent journalist whose articles have appeared in The New York Times, Esquire magazine, and Psychology Today.
Keith Thompson is an author and independent journalist whose articles have appeared in The New York Times, Esquire magazine, and Psychology Today. His book “Angels and Aliens: UFOs and the Mythic Imagination” was heralded by the San Francisco Chronicle “the most fascinating book written on the subject.” Keith is currently at work on a sequel with the title “Cosmos Calling: UFOs and the Human Response,” which will explore the idea that UFOs can be viewed as a “call from the cosmos” to a greater reality in which mind and matter are interconnected in remarkable ways.
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"Angels and Aliens: UFOs and the Mythic Imagination" (1993)
"To Be a Man: In Search of the Deep Masculine" (1991)
Keith's long-form interview with Robert Bly in 1982, entitled "What Men Really Want," has been credited with initiating a national conversation on the importance of fathers and the necessity of male rites of massage through which young males learn the values of responsible manhood.
Keith's 1994 long-form interview with anthropologist Carlos Castaneda was the first in-depth interview with the famous recluse in more than 20 years.