New Books in print and in progress
$10 - see link to Amazon
Working with incarcerated people, returning citizens, allies, and the criminal justice system.
$17.95 (see link to Amazon)
Alternatives to Western Psychiatric Models for Clergy Care.
$6.99 and $17.95 (See link to Amazon)
Oscar Wilde got it wrong. The famous dancer of seven veils did not die in the fall of Jerusalem, but of old age in a villa in Greece. Salome, daughter of Herodias, and princess of Galilee,
survived her infamous dance to become the toast of Rome.
Kindle & Paperback
Work in progress
Salome joins her grandmother in Crete to be trainied in the duties of a matrona. Away from Galilee, she must make decisions for many lives.
$15 - Inquire of the Author
Original stores of the Orisha, used for storytelling from the Yoruban tradition.
$15 - inquire of the author - also a dramatic work
A series of soliloquys from the Chrisian and Heberw scriptures. Stories include Deborah, Lilith, Sarai, Hagar, Batyah, Rahab, Vashti, Jonah, The Man with the Water Jar, Daniella, New Bethlehem
$25 - libretto, music by license - inquire of the authors
An overturned couch, a woman who hears voices, a man with no memory, a flower child, a dying pastor. An original musical for the homeless.
Charles Butler, Neto is a world-traveler, mystic, and dreamer. He writes books from his experience of the world as a religious educator, theologian, and prison minister. Neto means grandson in Portuguese and is the equivalent of III (3rd) in English. His father was a missionary, and his grandfather was a herbal pharmacist and farmer.