Growing Up In The Orgone Box: Secrets of a Reichian Childhood

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A memoir. As a boy growing up in the 1950's and '60's, author Malcolm J. Brenner undergoes Wilhelm Reich's "orgone therapy" at the hands of a sadistic psychiatrist and struggles with a dysfunctional family. More

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About Malcolm J. Brenner

Malcolm J. Brenner was born in New Jersey in 1951. He attended public and private schools there and in Pennsylvania before entering New College of Florida in 1969, where some of the events on which "Wet Goddess" is based took place.

Brenner has worked many jobs, including wilderness tour guide, photo lab owner and public relations officer. During the 1990’s he covered the Navajo Nation and Zuni Pueblo as a reporter for border town newspapers in New Mexico. His hard-hitting investigative reporting, news photos and satirical columns won several regional awards.

Now a freelance writer and photographer, Brenner lives in Port Charlotte, Florida. He recently published "Mel-Khyor: An Interstellar Affair," a science-fiction novel about a woman's protracted experience with a crashed alien and its effects on her later life.

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Joey reviewed on Feb. 1, 2016

An insightful, sometimes disturbing read on the "orgone therapy" pseudoscience and the abuse of power by some of its practitioners. Brenner's experience shows the darker side of 1950s Americana.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
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