Bruce Katlin

Biography

Bruce recently completed his first fiction novel, Birds Like Us, The Pi Phillercoix Story. His hope for this book is to lift the spirits of anyone, anywhere especially children who may feel 'less-than' or who maybe handicapped physically or emotionally by providing inspiration and self-empowerment. Bruce also paints using various mediums including Japanese and Chinese painting inks and colors and recently took up the patient challenge art of woodcarving. He is a passionate outdoor enthusiast and long distance runner.

Bruce Katlin’s diversified background combines learning and development; coaching; and public speaking with film, television and theatre performance/production. He attended Penn State University, City College of New York and Circle in the Square, majoring in English and Theatre. In 1999 Bruce received the OOBR Award for best play in which he wrote and performed fourteen diverse characters in his one-man show, Can’t Cut My Head Off.

Bruce's vision and mission is to create individual awareness through creative processes that inspire, motivate, empower, entertain and lift the ‘spirits’ of his clients/audiences that will aid in the development of a more harmonious, peaceful and loving world. He regularly trail runs and paints plein-air at high altitudes. Additionally, Bruce has designed and delivered numerous self-empowerment/improvement workshops and retreats such as: Laughter Yoga, Stressing-Less, How to be the Perfect Husband, How to be the Perfect Wife (And Make Sure That Your Husband Knows It) Blissful Communications for Couples, Finding Faith, Living Hope, and one-on-one coaching sessions.

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Books

Birds Like Us, The Pi Phillecroix Story
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 63,470. Language: English. Published: March 23, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Inspirational, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Drama
Pi Phillecroix, daughter and only offspring of Piette and Paul Phillecroix V attempts to survive a world that preys on the weak, vulnerable and disabled when she leaves the protection of her Paris home and journeys to the shores of England to find a cure for her dying father.

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