George Arthur Lareau's fiction is both irreverent and mystical. Whether he draws his material from the gutters of life or from flights of imaginative fancy, he strikes his reader with one hammering wake-up call after another.
He is a surviving Boston beatnik, a new paradigm metaphysician, a photographic artist, and an author in many genres including consciousness theory, poetry, drama, photography and business.
Not a prolific producer in any single genre, he instead applies his genius to a very broad spectrum, chasing his inquisitiveness with reckless abandon.
Mind Blow Published January 12, 2009