Workshas been in existence for more than forty years --- specializing in poetry, and books about broadcasting, sexuality, family systems, disability and travel.Our books have been discussed and reviewed --- mostly favorably --- in over 200 magazines and newspapers, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Booklist (three times), Library Journal (twice), the TLS (four times), the Los Angeles Times (twice), the Christian Science Monitor, the Japan Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Journal of the American Medical Association, Daily Variety, Broadcasting, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Advocate, the San Jose Mercury News, Newsday, and many many others.
MHO & MHO CATALOGUE 2015
THE VIVISECTION MAMBO
125 Poems of a new and audacious gaggle of poets,
which some have called the "New Neo-Realist School."
Allen Ginsberg, Howard Nemerov, Philip Larkin,
X. J. Kennedy, Joseph Brodsky, J Quan Berry,
Caroline Creedon, Eugenijus Alisanka,
Zbigniew Herbert and the scandalous Pete Winslow.
[To be released 1 October 2015]
THE NOISIEST BOOK REVIEW IN THE KNOWN WORLD
A Collection of Reviews, Essays, Articles,
and Curious Facts from the pages of
RALPH: The Review of Arts, Literature,
Philosophy, and the Humanities
Cited by Kirkus Review as
"One of the Best Books of 2014"
A CRICKET IN THE TELEPHONE (AT SUNSET) Lolita Lark, Editor
A Collection of Poetry from the pages of
RALPH and The Fessenden Review
GRINGOLANDIA: A GUIDE FOR PUZZLED MEXICANS A wry look at the United States as it might be seen by a bemused visitor from south of the border.
THE BLOB THAT ATE OAXACA By Carlos Amantea Travelling by wheelchair through Asia and Central America.
CRIPZEN By Lorenzo Wilson Milam Zen and the world of the disabled.
THE LOURDES OF ARIZONA By Carlos Amantea A conference of masters of psychotherapists revealed.
[Note: a new edition has been published as
The Lourdes of Psychotherapy.
Orders should be placed with
The Milton Erickson Foundation,
3606 N. 24th St.,
Phoenix, Arizona 85016.]
SEX & BROADCASTING By Lorenzo Wilson Milam The classic book on setting up a radio station for the community.
AND OTHER VOYAGES By Robin Magowan Travels through Africa, Europe, and the Far East.
THE PETITION AGAINST GOD By Pastor A.W. Allworthy Revelations about the authors of FCC Petition RM-2493.
THE RADIO PAPERS By Lorenzo Wilson Milam Essays on how American radio could have been --- had they cared.
EMILY'S YEAR By Charles Merrill A novel on the virtues of special education for the young.
THE CRIPPLE LIBERATION FRONT MARCHING BAND BLUES By Lorenzo Wilson Milam The original (and highly regarded) tale of one of the First Angry Crips.
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