Love as Artistic Discipline: Diane Frank's YOGA OF THE IMPOSSIBLE

Philip Kobylarz

Diane Frank’s new novel is not a probable thing. Yoga of the Impossible expands narrative form into other selves of memoir, autobiography, vignette, day journal, and philosophical discourse centering on life, its meanings, and the crafting of one’s being. As readers may revisit Basho’s Narrow Road to the Deep North longing for the illusive concept of home, this something-beyond-a-novel-of-a-text can be read likewise by those wishing to enter an odyssey of artistic self-definition. In its telling of the struggles, development, and tangents followed in the pursuit of inspirational bliss, it serves as a handbook for the creative process.


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