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Brian Keeble is a British author and editor. He is the founder of Golgonooza Press and a co-founder of the Temenos and Temenos Academy.
Keeble is the founder of Golgonooza Press where he worked as editor, designer and publisher from 1974-2004.
He was a co-founder and is a Fellow of the Temenos Academy - whose Patron is Charles, Prince of Wales - which is a teaching organization dedicated to the same central idea that had inspired the earlier Temenos, of which he was a co-founder and editor (1980–1991). Both focus on a devotion to the ‘Arts of the Imagination’ and feature the lectures and works of scholars and teachers committed to Perennial Philosophy.
^Religion: Beyond a Concept (2007) Hent De Vries p. 981. "In contrast to, e.g., Pierre Boulez, who is a prolific writer himself, Tavener has used a ghost writer for his most important book to date, Brian Keeble, ed., John Tavener: The Music of Silence".