Eric P. McCarty (bio)

Writer, poet, speaker on meditation, spirituality, and poetry

Contact:Ms. Moca Colbert
Mailing Address: 5761 Twelve Month Ct., Columbia, Maryland, United States of America 21045
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Most Requested Topics/Programs:

  • poetry readings
  • seminars on meditation for everyone
  • bringing the concept of meditation to the corporate world

Recent Engagements:

  • Science of Mind Church of Orlando FL February 2004
Speaker 's Fees:Unspecified
Length of presentation:tailored to specific needs
Travels From:Columbia, Maryland (Baltimore area)
Travel Limits:
Target Audience:Any
Target Audience - Other:anyone who desires seminars or speaking on poetry, meditation, or spirituality
AV Requirements:
Airfare: yesHotel: yes
Food: noMileage: yes


Eric Paul McCarty was born in McKeesport, PA. He grew up in Columbia, MD, and currently resides there. He is a very prolific and spiritual writer. He has written five books in four years, and continues to be inspired into further writing every day. It is his divine life purpose to bring a gentle light into the heart of the world. An exquisitely gifted writer, he deftly sculpts works of poetic art that vibrate and pulse with life, light, and love at once brilliant and mind-expanding, soft and meditative. His latest book, “This Is How It’s Done”, is his most important work to date, filled with the most beautiful spiritual love verses, written from and to God. It reveals his deep and intimate relationship with God, and pulls the readers in to see their own relationships in a new light –within themselves, with others, and with God. It reveals the divinity inside of us, and how we are all connected in love and spirit. He shares the magic of that message the world so desperately needs to collectively hear:

We are not alone. We are loved. We are One.

Does God Have A Hero?: Meditations for Compassionate Living (2000)
Celebration of Spirit: Poems, Prayers, and Invocations (2001)
A Thousand Sighs: Prayer Visions Of the Beloved (2002)
Dancing Molecules: An Intimate Dance With the Divine (2003)
This Is How It's Done (2004)

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