Wounded Workers: Tales from a Working Man’s Shrink

Wounded Workers: Tales from a Working Man’s Shrink

April 27, 2022

Wounded Workers: Tales from a Working Man’s Shrink is Dr. Bob Larsen’s first book intended for an audience of folks who have worked or are still working. The book recounts the stories of America’s workforce subjected to physical and psychological trauma for doing their jobs.

Ethically Challenged

Ethically Challenged

April 12, 2022

Revealing the dark truth about the impact of predatory private equity firms on American health care.

The Caregiver's Journey: A Roadmap for Navigating Your Path

The Caregiver's Journey: A Roadmap for Navigating Your Path

April 6, 2022

What began as an effort to manage stress through journaling, The Caregiver's Journey chronicles five years the authors spent caring for a loved one who lived hundreds of miles away.

The Tenderest of Strings

The Tenderest of Strings

April 6, 2022

In search of a new life, Reuben and Ardith Rosenfeld and their two children move from Chicago to the small town of Welton, Colorado, looking for all the hope that the burgeoning West has to offer—its abundance of jobs, space, sunshine, prosperity, and the promise of reinvention.

Letters to Live By: An Alphabet Book with Intention

Letters to Live By: An Alphabet Book with Intention

April 4, 2022

A social-emotional concept picture book that teaches readers the power of setting intentions and embracing mindfulness in our everyday.

Trickster Academy

Trickster Academy

March 29, 2022

Trickster Academy is a collection of poems that explore being Native in Academia—from land acknowledgement statements, to mascots, to the histories of using Native American remains in anthropology.

Defy Aging

Defy Aging

March 29, 2022

Shows why and how the body deteriorates as life goes on and offers an easy-read overview of new solutions coming out of current studies of aging.

Conscious Designs

Conscious Designs

March 29, 2022

In the near future, Eugene, a wealthy executive for a company that grows organs for human transplantation, looks for ways to escape the pain and disability of his biological existence as a paraplegic.

The Eyes of the Leopard

The Eyes of the Leopard

Feb. 22, 2022

Based on Dr. Brian Hayden's lifetime experience as an archaeologist and anthropologist, Eyes of the Leopard brings to vivid life Old Stone Age France—an age of painted caves, fearsome cave lions, and gigantic mammoths.

All My Friends Live in My Computer: Trauma, Tactical Media, and Meaning

All My Friends Live in My Computer: Trauma, Tactical Media, and Meaning

Feb. 22, 2022

All My Friends Live in my Computer combines personal stories, media studies, and interdisciplinary theories to examine case studies from three unique parts of society.

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