“The Earth Gods” is a 1931 work by poet and philosopher Kahlil Gibran. Khalil Gibran (1883–1931) was a Lebanese-American poet, writer, and visual artist most famous for his book “The Prophet” (1923), which remains one of the best-selling and most-translated books ever written. His work dealt with a variety of themes including justice, science, free will, love, the soul, happiness, the body, death, etc.; and are characterised by an unmistakable use of symbolism and melancholic style. First published in the year of his death, “The Earth Gods” revolves around a discourse between three gods (First God, Second God, and Third God) who proceed to discuss a range of spiritual concepts. “The Earth Gods” is a classic example of Gibran’s mystical prose that will not disappoint those who have read and enjoyed other works by this seminal author. This classic work is being republished now in a new edition complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.