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   • James D. Livingston
   • Bob Magill
   • Noel Smith
   • Joyce Stith
   • Barbara Walker
   • Jack Wayne
   • Barry Zack

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Ken Boff, PhD

Ken recently joined HUSBAY, and like many of the others appearing on this web page, Ken has several published works (these works have multiple authors):

“Perception”  “Perception” In addition, a substantial amount of tutorial material is provided, with several hundred pages devoted to the elucidation of the conceptual and methodological underpinnings of the more substantive chapters. Figure legends are extremely detailed to enhance their reference usefulness without having to search accompanying text for relevant coverage.

 

Perception & Human Performance

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Written by well-known specialists, here is the most comprehensive handbook available on human perception and performance. Volume 1 (1986) covers theory and methods; basic visual processes; auditory, kinesthetic, cutaneous, and vestibular senses; and space and motion perception. Volume two treats information processing, perceptual organization and cognition, and human performance. Organized to facilitate reference usefulness, these volumes provide substantial cross-referencing and extensive use of illustrations.

Volume 2 (1987) treats information processing, perceptual organization and cognition, and human performance. Organized to facilitate reference usefulness, these volumes provide substantial cross-referencing and extensive use of illustrations. In addition, a substantial amount of tutorial material is provided, with several hundred pages devoted to the elucidation of the conceptual and methodological underpinnings of the more substantive chapters. Figure legends are extremely detailed to enhance their reference usefulness without having to search accompanying text for relevant coverage.

System Design Org Sim

System Design: Behavioral Perspectives on Designers, Tools, and Organizations (North-holland Series in System Science and Engineering) 1st Edition (1987)

Design decisions which govern the operability of human‐machine systems should be made by people who thoroughly understand human factors principles, methods, and data. In practice, however, these decisions are often made by people trained in other design disciplines. These individuals may not be aware of, misinterpret, or not value this information.

To ensure that human factors information is better integrated into the design process than is currently the case, we need to understand the context, perspectives, and activities associated with system design. Based on a review of design literature and eight field studies, this paper characterizes human‐machine system design in terms of its social and organizational context and the activities of its individual participants. Information access and utilization is seen as the common denominator across individuals. However, due to differences among design disciplines in how phenomena, problems, and solutions are represented, information across disciplines is often misinterpreted or misused, Implications of this analysis for design supports that can improve information integration into design, especially from the human factors domain, are discussed.

 

With contributions from leaders in systems and organizational modeling, behavioral and social sciences, computing andvisualization, and gaming and entertainment, Organizational Simulation both articulates the grand vision of immersive environments and shows, in detail, how to realize it. This book offers unparalleled insight into the cutting edge of the field,since it was written by those who actually researched, designed,developed, deployed, marketed, sold, and critiqued today's best organizational simulations. Published in 2005.

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Engineering Compendium Complex Socio Tech

Engineering Data Compendium: Human Perception and Performance - Vols. I,II,& III - Compendium was published in 1988.

Updated to include a fourth volume:

The Compendium was designed with the system designer in mind, specifically those designers in need of an easily accessible and reliable source of human performance data. The Engineering Data Compendium contains over 1100 brief encyclopedia-type entries incorporating nearly 2000 figures, tables, and illustrations. Users can select among several structured approaches for accessing information, depending on how well the design issue has been defined. Each major topical section contains a tab locatable table of contents, a glossary, and a knowledge map providing a relative hierarchy of the subtopics covered. The Compendium also features extensive cross-referencing, a high resolution general index,, and a text keyed design checklist addressing relevant human performance questions linked to specific design issues. In sum, the Compendium introduces an innovative format for presenting technical information that makes it easier for users to understand, interpret and apply.

Complex Scale
Technical Systems

Identifying and controlling causal relationships is the basis of the reductionist scientific method, and has enabled exploration, discovery and extrapolation beyond the immediately sensible parameters of space and time. Orderly societies, commerce and governance rise and fall on the ability to reliably anticipate and influence outcomes in massively complex contexts. Although much effort and finance has been invested in quantitative and statistical approaches to understanding the causality of socio-cultural system change, a scalable and functional understanding of the underlying causal dynamics that can inform real-world interventions remains elusive.

This book has its origins in a workshop held on the Gold Coast near Brisbane, Australia, in February 2011. Broadly speaking, this workshop sought to find a better understanding of the nature of causality and causal dynamics by means of a multidisciplinary approach, with the aim of guiding approaches to socio-cultural modeling and refining the ability to influence and anticipate outcomes. Published in 2012.

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Dan Dana

Dan has authored four books, two of which we feature below. For information on the others, please click on this link. Click on either of the book covers for specifics on that selection. You can also learn moe about Dan by visitng our Who's Who page.


“Pandeism”
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An Anthology presents the work of sixteen authors, new and old, examining the implications of the revolutionary evolutionary theological theory of Pandeism - the proposition that the Creator of our Universe created by becoming our Universe, and that this proposition can be demonstrated through the exercise of logic and reason. These authors present a wide range of views originating from their varied experiences, from professional theologians and religious educators to lay philosophers with PhDs in the hard sciences. Collectively, these authors have assembled the most extensive examination of Pandeism put to print in over a hundred years.

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“Pandeism”

This short book, only 8,000 finely crafted words, is destined to be one of the most cited and influential modern treatises on atheism and secular humanism.

It focuses squarely on the inherent irrationality of religion, and reveals its utter irreconcilability with science. Offering several "reconciliation theories" to people of faith, it forces every reader to make a choice.

Bonnie Friedman

Bonnie, who spends her snowbird time in Washington, DC, has an important book, especially in this day and age. It's entitled Hospital Warrior: How to Get the Best Care for Your Loved One. Click the cover for more information.

“Hospital
Synopsis:

Reading this book will make you a strong, successful advocate—ready to take charge, act with confidence and move mountains for someone you love. Hospitals can be scary—even terrifying—for patients, families and friends. Bonnie Friedman knows the fear and worry firsthand. She's lived through it 14 times over 24 years, fighting for her husband's wellbeing. Now she's sharing her hard-won wisdom. This book will help you be a strong, successful advocate ready to...
• COPE: Take care of yourself during a stressful time

• UNDERSTAND: Communicate effectively with doctors and nurses • PARTICIPATE: Be an integral member of the care team

• MANAGE: Make the most of what the hospital has to offer
• ACT: Know what to do if things go wrong

• PLAN: Prepare for discharge and next steps

Hospital Warrior is a practical guide to advocating for a loved one. It is also a story of love, family and thriving.

She can be reached at this address: bonnie@hospitalwarrior.com

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Richard Goscicki

Rich's four books are featured below. The one at the top row (left) is a departure from what he's wrtten in the past. He concentrates on the planet, which is bad need of saving.

Click on any cover to get more information.

Saving Gaia Mirror Reversal
We're in the middle of the Holocene Extinction and few people even talk or care about it. It's the most important event of the geologic age, the last mass extinction being 65 million years ago. An expert on extinction, Dr. David Jablonski of the University of Chicago, predicts by mid-century all the familiar animals we grew up with will be gone forever. The "narrowly endemic" species, with a limited environmental niche like the koala bear, magnificent parrots and hummingbirds are the first to go. But lions, tigers, zebras, giraffes, polar bears, rhinos, elephants - the painful list runs on and on, practically any animal you can think of - will certainly become extinct as well! At the turn of the twenty-second century, 80 years from now, on seeing and living with the devastation, the citizens of the new century are bound to ask tearfully, "What were you thinking? How could you let it happen? The animals are all gone. The Earth is ravaged and devastated. Didn't you have any brains?

Out of the Looking Glass...Mirror Reversal is a unique contribution to popular psychology and science fiction by platforming a torrid tale of one woman's descent into the depths of human misery on a solid understanding of basic principles of social science. Fast moving, sometimes riveting in its narrative, Goscicki's fascinating story-telling updates Catch 22 and Orwellian concepts in a novel illuminating the dark side of human nature.

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High School With Rudy   Pot Stories
Bobby Jindal, Governor of Louisiana, once witnessed an exorcism. We need to get the devil out of our lives all right, but the devil is our own superstition. The anecdotes and vignettes of high school life in Kennedy-era Brooklyn, are nothing compared to acknowledging and reckoning with a serious national problem: the religious right continues to indoctrinate our kids.   With medical and recreational marijuana slowly becoming legalized across the nation with state by state falling like dominoes, anyone interested in learning more about the history and attributes of the euphoriant will enjoy Mr. Goscicki’s amusing and educational story. It’s more about Shakespeare, art and classical music than it is about seamy and sordid drug deals.

Bob Magill

Bob has published two books. Michael's Cut is a novel (in print format) published in 1994. It is currently available on Amazon, using this link (or click in the cover). Bob also appears on our Who's Who page.

Michael's Cut
Synopsis:

Hipster Michael Workman scrutinizes the seedy jazz and rythm-and blues clubs from ocean to ocean and around the world in search of those illusive icons of the all-American dream: love and happiness. Chompsky-esque tirades lurk amongst the rip-offs and rewards that climax this newest entry in that particularly American literary sub-genre called the Novel of the Road.

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Bob wrote 52 (Count 'Em) 52 in 2014. It's available on Amazon as a Kindle version for only $.99. Just click on the cover and get yourself a bargain.

Michael's Cut
Synopsis:

Provocative collection of status quo challenges to just about everything we take for granted including our history, mores, polity and assumptions about the future. Unflattering remarks claiming the English language is wimpy. New discoveries in anthropology suggest your ggg grandfather was a Neanderthal. What to do with your money that may be the worst idea ever; then again, maybe not. Noam Chomsky explains why we are the most fundamentalist society on the planet. Worse than the Taliban! A Maui cult as future-shock.

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Jacqui Kinnie

"My name is NUTMEG,' she screamed - Kindle Edition



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There was once, really and truly there was, a wonderful place called Children’s Garden, in Marin County, California. Broken children came to be mended. This is the story of Nutmeg. Click the cover for more information, including ordering the book.

 

 

Ernie Kinnie

Ernie has a sizable volume of work. We show several of his titles below. You can also click on any cover below for that specific book. Ernie can be contacted at  kinniee@comcast.net.

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There will be a magic moment when you experience your SELF.

Your stable point among the many realities of the world.

You become the golden smithy of the Emperor.

Ballet dancers warm up for the dance.  Use this book to flex and free your mind and body to warm up for life.

Fly wild and free.

 

 

Scientists have too often accommodated the needs and agendas of governments, businesses, interest groups, and themselves, Either Wittingly or unwittingly.

 

A true tale of the Wild West of long ago.

The way it really was among the miners and soiled doves, not the sugar coated stories of books and movies.

 

       

Karen R. Koenig


Karen is a psychotherapist in practice for 30+ years and an expert on eating psychology which is the how and why, not the what, of eating. She helps chronic dieters and emotional, binge, and overeaters become “normal” eaters. Among her seven books, she has two awards and ten foreign translations. Videos about all her books can be found on her website. You can learn more about Karen from our Who's Who page.

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“Helping “Helping “Helping “Helping

Psychological Strategies for Doctors and Health Care Providers

 

 

Boost Your Life Skills, End Your Food Problems

 

 

 

Seven Keys to a Permanent Positive Relationship with Food

 

 

A Commonsense Approach for Dieters, Overeaters, Undereaters, Emotional Eaters, and Everyone in Between!

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James D. Livingston

James has an extensive body of work. We show only two of his covers below, but reveal information about the entire collection. Click on a book cover or any link below for more information on that particular work.

Rising Force Rising Force

From Peter Pan to Harry Potter, from David Copperfield to levitating toys, there is magic in conquering gravity. In this first-ever popular introduction to "maglev" - the use of magnetic forces to overcome gravity and friction - the author takes readers on a journey of discovery, from basic concepts to today's most thrilling applications.

The tour begins with examples of our historical fascination with levitation and then introduces the fundamentals of gravitational and magnetic forces, force balance, and stability of levitation. After discussing the basics of specialized topics like diamagnetism, superconductivity, and sensors and feedback systems, he reviews the many applications of maglev in modern science and technology.

The book's literally uplifting coverage includes flying frogs, levitated sumo wrestlers, maglev surgery inside a living pig, and magnetic bearings inside heart pumps, wind turbines, energy-storage flywheels, integrated circuit manufacture, maglev trains - and much more. Included are 38 illustrations.

 

In 1897, thousands of adventurers headed north to Yukon country to seek their fortunes in the famed Klondike Gold Rush. Among those seeking gold in the cold was Mary Alice Livingston, a 36-year-old unmarried mother of four, recently tried in New York for the alleged murder of her mother with poisoned clam chowder.

This tells the true story, based on period newspaper accounts, of her exciting adventures on the crowded steamer to Alaska, in a hastily-built tent city at the mouth of the Yukon, and with native Alaskans in the heart of Yukon country, where she braved a winter of four-hour days and temperatures as low as 64 below. But in the Yukon, she found love, and returned to New York with a husband (her first) and a baby (her fifth). This is a brief sequel to Arsenic and Clam Chowder, which describes Mary Alice's early life, her 1895 arrest and 1896 trial for the alleged murder of her mother.

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Arsenic and Clam Chowder:
Murder in Gilded Age New York

(SUNY Press, 2010)

For six weeks in 1896, New York City was transfixed by the sensational murder trial of Mary Alice Livingston Fleming. Mary Alice was accused of poisoning her own mother with an arsenic-laced clam chowder delivered to the victim by her 10-year-old granddaughter. An exciting legal battle set in a city undergoing dramatic change.

A Very Dangerous Woman:
Martha Wright and Women’s Rights

(with Sherry H. Penney, University of Massachusetts Press, 2004)

The dramatic life story of Martha Coffin Wright, one of the organizers of the historic 1848 Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Convention. She was also a pioneer in the abolition movement, and her home was a station on the Underground Railroad. Her preserved correspondence provides an unequaled insider’s view of 19th-century reform and family life.

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Driving Force: The Natural Magic of Magnets
(Harvard University Press, 1996)

From the “new” science of materials to everyday technology, Driving Force makes the workings of magnets a matter of practical wonder. The book will inform and entertain technical and nontechnical readers alike and will give them a clearer sense of the force behind so much of the working world.

Electronic Properties of Engineering Materials
(John Wiley & Sons, 1999)

Developed for an MIT undergraduate course in materials science and engineering, this text uses a balance of classical and quantum physics and chemistry to introduce the electrical, optical, and magnetic properties of metals, ceramics, polymers, and semiconductors. The writing style is much lighter than most engineering and science texts, and is very popular with students.

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Noel Smith


Noel is one of the founders of HUSBAY, and has done some serious writing, as you will see below.We show just two of his book covers, but offer descriptions of the rest of his works a little futher down.

Click on a cover, below to learn more. You can read more about Noel on our Who's Who page.

Myth of Mind Reassssessment in Psychology

The first chapter of THE MYTH OF MIND examines the characteristics of constructs and events and provides criteria for examining the four topics each of which has a chapter. These chapter topics are (a) mind-brain, (b) consciousness, (c) freewill-determinism, and (d) sensation. These four topics are a source of major contentions in psychology. The sixth and final chapter consists of a review and conclusions.

Throughout the book, interbehavioral field psychology is given prominence as a system that can obviate many of the problems of psychology. It treats psychological events as interrelations of organism and surroundings that comprise the causal factors in behavior rather than assuming that the organism or its brain is self-caused and carries the entire weight of explanation. It also remedies the failure of biological orientations to recognize that while brain is a necessary condition as is environment, neither is a sufficient condition.

The aim of THE MYTH OF MIND is to provide psychologists with an alternative to mainstream approaches and to show how an approach starting investigation first with observations of events in nature rather than with traditional constructs can lead to a more scientific and effective orientation to both research and application.

 

A collection of articles prepared in honor of J.R. Kantor and his systematic viewpoint of the science of psychology. The interbehavioral alternative represents a clear departure from the traditions of dualism and simple reductionism: it identifies with natural science and replaces the paradigm accepted by most versions of psychology. Unlike other schools of psychology, it begins with the observed events of an integrated field involving an organism in reciprocal or ecological relation with other factors in the field.

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More From Noel Smith

Here is information on Noel's other works.

The Science of Psychology:
An Interbehavioral Survey Hardcover

Published: July 16, 2009

Co-written with J.R. Kantor. This volume presents the data and interpretations of the psychological domain as the contents of a natural science. As a natural science, psychology departs radically from the traditional mind-body or dualistic doctrines, which hold that organisms are composed of psychic structures or functions that are manifested by or correspond to anatomical and physiological actions or behavior. Accordingly, the materials of this volume are derived exclusively from observations of organisms as they interact with objects, other organisms, and conditions encountered in their environments. Interbehavioral psychology regards psychological events as definite organized fields in which organisms and stimulus objects interbehave, and that what happens in detail is based upon previous confrontations of the organisms and stimulus objects under specific conditions prevailing at the time.

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Greek and Interbehavioral Psychology
Selected and Revised Papers of Noel W. Smith
Published: 1993

In this book, the author uses a selection of twenty-six of his papers in which he sets forth both interbehavioral psychology and Hellenic Greek psychology together with psychological concepts of hunter-gatherers, Egyptians, and Indo-Europeans. Contents: I. Introduction. II. Pre-Greek, Greek, and Indian Psychology. III. Interbehavioral Psychology: General Framework; Special Topics; Studies Concerning the Founder of Interbehavioral Psychology; Tribute; Selected Bibliography.

An Analysis of Ice Age Art:
Its Psychology and Belief System

(American University Studies : Series, XX

Published in 1992. Review by Robert G. Bednarik

Rock art studies stand to gain considerably from the involvement by psychologists (and some recent efforts in this area, such as that of Australians J. Bradshaw and L. Rogers have been exceptionally successful). But this book delivers not a single one of the promises implied in its title: instead of addressing Ice Age art, it deals almost exclusively with just one component(parietal art) of the Ice Age art of one small region (the Franco-Cantabrian region, a term eschewed by the author who misconstrues it as implying a French part of Cantabria). The book is not an analysis in the usual sense of the word, nor is there any attempt at scientific rigour, and the only belief system about which the reader becomes well informed is the author’s own.

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The terminology pertaining to rock art research is atrocious, consisting mostly of various invented terms (such as pectoglyph), misused terms and misunderstood terms. The author is unfamiliar with recent developments, for instance in rock art dating, and scholars are badly misquoted. The book can serve as an example of what happens when a professor of psychology perceives four hypotheses about some rock art in a far-away country, having read about it in books, and then sets out to prove his hypothesis by selecting any confirming evidence and ignoring whatever might contradict his pet theories: that the cave art is the work of shamans, and that the anthropomorphs depicted in it are dead shamans.

Current Systems of Psychology:
History, Theory, Research, and Applications

Released 2001

Noel Smith presents a comprehensive and engaging text that strives to tell students "what today's systems of psychology are saying." He offers in-depth coverage of more recent systems of psychology, beyond the traditional classical systems of psychology. Smith focuses on the core areas of psychological systems that have impact today, such as the cognitive system, the humanistic system, the psychoanalytic systems, the behavioral system, the ecological perspective, and the phenomenological approach.

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Joyce Stith


Joyce write a guide for student writing in 1982. Copies are still avaialble. Click the book cover for more information.

Basic
Synopsis:

This is a text for beginning college students to introduce them to the the art of writing college essays. It covers the basics of organizing an essay: stating and proving a thesis, supporting it with evidence, writing an introduction and a conclusion, and using the prestige dialect. The explanations are clearly and simply stated and backed up with exercises for both oral classroom exploration and home study.

Barbara Walker

Barbara is a busy gal. She's done artwork, written many books on religion and sprituality, and, in her spare time, produces knitting and knitwear design. With so much of her stuff out there, we can only show a modicum of her work. More about Barbara on our Who's Who page.

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Below the list, see the cover and synopis for The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets.

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A List of Barbara's Other Works

Artwork History/Spirituality Knitting/Knitwear Design
The Barbara Walker Tarot Deck  Man Made God: A Collection of Essays   A Treasury of Knitting Patterns (1 -4)
The I Ching of the Goddess Card Deck  The Secrets of the Tarot: Origins, History, and Symbolism  The Craft of Lace Knitting 
  The Essential Handbook of Women's Spirituality and Ritual  The Craft of Cable-Stitch Knitting 
  The I Ching of the Goddess The Craft of Multicolor Knitting
  The Book of Sacred Stones: Fact and Fallacy in the Crystal World
  The Skeptical Feminist: Discovering the Virgin, Mother, and Crone   
 
Restoring the Goddess: Equal Rites for Modern Women 
 
  Amazon: A Novel  
  Belief and Unbelief 

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Women's Encyclopedia
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Barbara Walker's The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets (HarperCollins, 1983) is an extremely valuable reference, based on the author's wide reading in folklore and mythology. It documents, entry by entry, the fate and historic distortion of matriarchal religion by triumphant patriarchy in the last few thousand years and makes sense of many of the seemingly senseless customs and rationalizations of creeds and beliefs of our major religions and our folkloric traditions.

The Los Angeles Times called it a feminist-scholar's gold mine and a browser's delight. The San Francisco Chronicle called the book a mountain of scholarship, a vast mass of supremely documented material.

Click on the cover for more.

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Jack Wayne

Jack Wayne spends a good deal of his time behind a camera. This has resulted in a great volume of work, many of which are shown at his presentations. Much of this can be revealed by clicking on this link. Below are some examples. Jack can also be found on our Who's Who page. Should you wish to reach him, his email address is jack.wayne@canadianscholars.ca

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That's what Claudia does...

The life of a bank regulator can involve a lot of travel, which turned out to be a plus for Claudia Holmes. In the quiet of hotel rooms, she had ample time to practice her recorder. One of her recorders, that is, and one of a healthy collection of early instruments that have provided her with enormous gratification. Well, most of them.

“I have 10-12 recorders, three harps, a mountain dulcimer, which I’m still learning how to play, and some noisy instrument I forget the name of now—a reed instrument, and obnoxious-sounding,” said Holmes, 68. “It’s not a shawm. It’s a double reed. I haven’t mastered the art of playing a reed instrument well, so it’s probably a good idea I decided to ditch the oboe. Read more by clicking here.

Claudia Holmes

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Barry Zack

Barry is the HUSBAY's webmaster and currently Vice President for the group. His only published novel (at least so far) is described below. Click on the cover if you want to join the thousands of others who have purchased the book - would you believe scores? You read more about Barry on our Who's Who page.


Jewish Lightning
Synopsis:

What could go wrong, indeed? When will the lightning strike again? These are some questions readers are sure to ask as they travel with the protagonist, Henry Katz, along one perilous path after another.

Not long after his first "cutting-edge" religious experience, Henry develops some Supreme doubts. Throughout life, these add to his difficulties. Can he believe in a deity that imposes such a cruel initiation on a one-week-old child? Jewish Lightning answers the question in forceful prose.

His penchant for experimentation with chemicals as unstable as he keeps the action coming. Henry Katz's story is told with combination of wit, irony and affection.

The author’s Brooklyn, Jewish background gives the reader a sense of place and indexes the catalogue of neuroses that proliferate in that setting. Although this is a coming-of-age novel, the character never quite comes of age. Just when you think he has risen above his earlier challenges, Henry manages to create new ones, even more hazardous than those previous.

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