Ethos: Rise of Malcolm (Paperback)
500 years from now, on the planet of Ethos, discovering the purpose of your life grants you immortality. Yet, some people chose aging and death over immortality. The dichotomy of life on Ethos mirrors life on earth today, and explores the natural life cycle and the unintended consequences of human action.
Aaron P. Dworkin is a classically trained violinist, educator, and activist. Dworkin earned is Bachelors and Masters of Music in Violin Performance at the University of Michigan and currently serves as the dean of the School of Music, Theater, and Dance at UM. In 1996, he founded the Sphinx Organization, encouraging greater diversity in orchestras throughout the United States. Dworkin served as a member of the Obama National Arts Policy Committee, furthering his commitment to increasing diversity in the arts. In 2005, he received a MacArthur fellowship for his work with the Sphinx Organization. Ethos: The Rise of Malcolm is his first novel. Dworkin lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.