Michael Mish


Michael Mish has led a many-faceted career life. During most of the 80’s he worked as a voice-actor for Disney and Hanna-Barbera. Subsequently, he began his own children’s music publishing company. His recordings have lead to his speaking at the UN’s General Assembly, an Emmy Award for his hosting an NBC special on the environment featuring his songs, and numerous awards including the Parent’s Choice Gold Award.
His recordings have been reviewed with accolades from publications like Publisher’s Weekly, Entertainment Weekly, and the LA Times.

Of Michael’s recordings, the actor, Dennis Weaver has said:
I am in awe of the extraordinary musical talent of Michael Mish. He is a triple threat...writes, produces and performs. One moment he puts a smile on your lips, the next he brings a tear to your eye.
Nobody can listen to his work without being thoroughly entertained, mentally stimulated and spiritually uplifted.

For nearly 10 years he toured elementary and middle schools throughout the United States speaking about the environment and ethical behavior. He has also written, directed and hosted children’s videos for children as well as had musicals published for the stage.
Michael has written and performed music for audio books on tape like the Conversations with God series by Neale Donald Walsch.

After selling and giving away all his possessions, he taught scuba diving in Bali for 6 years and now lives in Thailand. His recent-most book, DIVERGENCE – they are waiting, microscopes the various separations in our lives that have cascaded from the original split from nature which probably happened after the last ice age – 6000 years ago. The book has been produced as a 7 and ½ hour video book with Michael’s narration.


Where to find Michael Mish online


Divergence - They Are Waiting - a Way Back to the Ancient Wisdom
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 60,520. Language: American English. Published: September 10, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Anthropology / Cultural
A social anthropological look at how we, as a species, chose to leave our hunter gatherer ancestors to become "civilized". Was there a price for this choice? Have we lost out on an essential nature-connection that these First Peoples of our planet still seem to have?

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