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Practically Shameless by Alyce Barry Practically Shameless: How Shadow Work Helped Me Find My Voice, My Path, and My Inner Gold
by Alyce Barry
With a Foreword by Cliff Barry
Illustrations by Cindy Kalman

Paperback: $16.95
Now in its third printing
Available for iPad, Kindle, Nook


Practically Shameless Audio Book edition Audio book: $24.95
5 CDs, unabridged, 5 hrs. 32 mins.
Read by the author at an easy conversational pace. Booklet included containing illustrations and a list of CD tracks.

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Edited by Alyce Barry Editor, New York, Prose Essays by Djuna Barnes, and wrote historical commentaries. Sun and Moon Press, 1989. Read reviews

Edited by Alyce Barry Editor, Djuna Barnes Interviews, and wrote Preface. Sun and Moon Press, 1985.

MY BLOGS

1. My personal blog
2. The Practically Shameless Blog

ARTICLES AND REVIEWS

Numerous articles for the Shadow Work email newsletter. See the Articles menu at the Shadow Work site.

Excerpt from Practically Shameless, Chapter 8 in Heartbeats and Heartsongs, the Women In Circle newsletter, October 2007

"Reaping the Benefits of Your Intuition," e-zine article for Heartbeats and Heartsongs, the Women In Circle newsletter, August 2007

"Do You Struggle with Perfectionism or Lack of Motivation?", e-zine article for Heartbeats and Heartsongs, the Women In Circle newsletter, July 2007

"Some Thoughts Upon Finishing a Book," e-zine article for Heartbeats and Heartsongs, the Women In Circle newsletter, June 2007

"Accelerator, Brake... Accelerator, Brake," e-zine article for Heartbeats and Heartsongs, the Women In Circle newsletter, November 2006

"Honoring the Risk Manager: Transforming resistance into synergy in your groups," e-zine article for MasterFacilitatorJournal.com's 7,000 subscribers, November 1, 2005

Interviews for the Shadow Work email newsletter and elsewhere on the Shadow Work site

"A man as complex as his ideas," review of Carl Gustav Jung, A Biography by Frank McLynn and The Aryan Christ, The Secret Life of Carl Jung by Richard Noll. Greensboro News & Record, Greensboro, North Carolina, August 16, 1998

"Lots of subjects, but little of substance", review of Even the Stars Look Lonesome, by Maya Angelou. Greensboro News & Record, Greensboro, North Carolina, September 14, 1997

Review of Thomas Paine by Jerome D. Wilson and William F. Ricketson. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, July 1979

"Thomas Paine, Privateersman," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, October 1977

Political essays (My blogs are more recent)

Essays on Carl G. Jung and other topics, for the Shadow Work site

OTHER WORK

Editor, Shadow Work email newsletter, 2003 - present

Press releases for Shadow Work Seminars, Inc., 2002 - present

Proprietary software manuals, Experian Marketing Solutions, Schaumburg, Illinois, 1988 - 2002

Cover text for "The Tombstone Process" CD, Shadow Work Seminars, Inc., 2002

Publisher and Editor, The Chicago Filmletter, 1990 - 1993

"Mirrored," short story used in stage production "Mostly Ghostly," Dainamite Studios, River Forest, Illinois, 1990

Memorial Service program honoring I. Herman Stern, Temple University School of Law, 1980

"Nunc Licet Comprehendere," short story in Temple University anthology, 1980

 

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