Richard Warren Field - Writer/Musician
Richard Warren Field was born in Rochester, New York, and grew up in Los Gatos,
situated at the southern part of the San
Francisco Bay Area. He graduated from Los Gatos High School in 1972, and from
the University of the Pacific with a Bachelor of Arts in Music and Political
Science in 1976. Richard, known as “Rick” by his friends and family, lives in
Southern California with his wife Carrie and his two children, Michelle and
Ryan—and three cats. Richard Warren Field is the name on his published writing,
most recently his novel,
The Swords of Faith,
and a novel he co-wrote with chiropractor Dr. Alan Fluger,
Dying to Heal.
Recently, two of his essays were published in the Opposing Viewpoints series
Richard Warren Field's Internet Column
for details). He has described himself as a creative eccentric with serious
interests in both writing and music since he was a child. His
reflect his many interests.
Mystic jazz productions of vintage rock using modern sounds and technologies ─ familiar songs offered in a fresh way; new songs offered in a familiar style.
Swords of Faith
Stories set in the past featuring dilemmas familiar to the present with consequences resonating into the future.
Mystic jazz celebrating the “Issa legend” – the idea that Jesus may have visited India and learned some of his history-altering spiritual insights there.