Kate Bornstein's Amazing Voyage - 2012-05-01

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F243.png Kate Bornstein's Amazing Voyage May 1, 2012, Tony Ortega, Runnin' Scared, Village Voice

I've read them all, interviewed the authors, and talked to many other former members about their lives in the church as I've covered Scientology closely on the Voice's news blog.

And that's why I can say with some confidence that none of these recent narratives captures and conveys the hardcore Scientology experience quite like Bornstein's book.

Kate describes, perhaps better than anyone has before, what it was like to become a dedicated Sea Org member during Scientology's more freewheeling heyday.

Lioce was a couple of years ahead of Al at college, but there was just something about the younger man. For the members of Brown University's theater scene in the late 1960s, such as actress JoBeth Williams-who would go on to gain fame in movies like Poltergeist and The Big Chill-Al was a transfixing figure. Someone you naturally looked up to, Lioce tells me.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Kate Bornstein's Amazing Voyage | url = http://www.villagevoice.com/2012-05-02/news/kate-bornstein-amazing-voyage-gender-scientology/full/ | work = Runnin' Scared | publisher = Village Voice | date = May 1, 2012 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}