This book is a representative sample of cutting-edge recent research exploring the creativity-health interface from a multitude of angles—psychological, biological, neurological, sociological, and political. This volume, which contains more than 30 chapters, is an extremely ambitious attempt by two eminent scholars in the field—Mark Runco and Ruth Richards—to integrate the different approaches to the study of creativity, a field in which interest has been steadily growing over the past decade. For its breadth and synthesis of divergent approaches, it is commendable and exemplifies the very creativity it celebrates. In fact, the variety of articles is meant to stimulate creative thinking in the reader. The range of methodologies among the contributing authors is similarly diverse: interviews, experimental manipulations, correlations, and projective tests, as well as archival, historiometric, psychometric, and biographical research.