Here, There and Everywhere


Gabriel Constans has 13 books published in North America and has written for magazines, newspapers, websites and journals in the United States, Europe, Africa and Asia. He works as a freelance journalist, editor and writer. Dr. Constans also provides counseling for trauma survivor’s and those who have experienced death, loss and/or human rights abuses. He is an advisor to the Rwandan Orphan’s Project and is a board member for the Ihangane Project (in Rwanda).

Comments on: "About" (8)

  1. Dave McDermott said:

    Dear Gabriel,
    Just discovered your book on Arnie Leff. Arnie was my doc in Santa Cruz for years. He treated me with great skill and compassion, and I largely credit him with keeping me alive during a touch and go period for me. If you are still in contact with Arnie please pass on my good wishes and my email if he’d care for it. Look forward to reading your book.
    Dave McDermott

  2. […] Gabriel Constans of Constans & Blumeneau sent me a PDF copy for review and I am so happy that he did.  He has sent along several other […]

  3. Good morning,

    I trust this email finds you well. My name is Joanne, I’m 32 years old from Qawra, Malta and have recently had my debut poetry collection entitled “Confessions of A Burning Soul” published on Thursday 26th July by Olympia Publishers. It’s available on Olympia Publishers website, Amazon U.K. & Waterstones.
    I was wondering if you might consider reviewing my book for promotional purposes as the publishers encouraged me to contact the media.
    Should you approve my request, I’d be happy to pass on a copy of my book for you to review it.
    Looking forward to hearing from you at your nearest convenience,

    Thanks and best regards,
    Joanne Bugeja

    • Thank you for your message Joanne. I am declining at the moment. You may want to put this request upon Twitter and Facebook and see if anyone there has more time to review your new book. Wish you all the best with your collection. I like the title too.

  4. Vanessa Sasson said:

    Hi Gabriel,
    Would love to talk privately with you. Just published a book on the Buddha’s wife entitled Yasodhara (Speaking Tiger, 2018). Please get in touch.

    • Wonderful to hear of your new novel about Yasodhara Vanessa. I’d love to talk with you more about it. I don’t like to make my email public, so I’ll send you a message via your school email. You can also go to Facebook and connect as friends at Gabriel Constans and we can message that way as well.

  5. I volunteered at Cincinnati Free Clinic/Free Store with other classmates of New Morning, Ohio’s first Free School from 1970 to 1975. My father Braxton F. Cann, an Air Force Major and Surgeon also crossed paths with Dr Leff. I am so glad to hear his early work as an advocate for justice and a servant of the community continues to be recognized.

    • That is so cool Muirén. I think he is still teaching or working part-time at Stanford hospital these days. Just had a holiday email from him a week ago after not hearing from him for quite some time. Hope you and yours are well. Love your name. One of our son’s names is Shona, which we found out is the feminine form of John in Irish. Would love to hear more about your work and how you are bringing science and art together. My email is: and website

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