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All artwork on Steveabhaya.com is by the author, except for the cover of The Blood & Turnips Poetry Festival by Alexandra Benjamin, the cover to The Zen of Housepainting by Chris Blum, and the paintings that accompany The Lonely Lion are by Christine Schibly. The cover photo for Fearless in Lucknow was taken by Michael Schiesser. The artwork for Let’s Spend Some Time Together is by Gregory Vose.
The reading at the Altamont is from several books including Essential Occupation, published by New Native Press, available from amazon.com, newnativepress.com, spdbooks.com, and email@example.com. The reading at Malaprops is shorter and only from Essential Occupation.
Nothing is a talk that evolved from two earlier one-man shows, Keep Talking, in ’75, and The Blood & Turnips Poetry Festival, in ’82. Nothing was recorded in ’03. My son Jaxon first made it available on his insightful and humorous website: MilkandCookies.com.
Nothing – A One Man Show is on YouTube.
Steve Brooks at the Altamont is on YouTube.
Steve Brooks at Malaprops is on YouTube.
Fearless in Lucknow, a story of my time with a teacher in India, is on Kindle
Taking Care of Gladys, a book of elder-care, is on Kindle.
Eating Pizza with a Spoon, the story of my brother, is on Kindle.
Hem, by John Mark Brooks, my brother, is on Kindle.