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C. Anthony Martignetti


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C. Anthony Martignetti, PhD, 1948–2015, was a writer and psychotherapist from Lexington, Massachusetts. 

He received an interdisciplinary doctorate in psychology and theology from Boston University, published numerous professional articles and authored a chapter in the psychotherapy book Unlocking the Emotional Brain (Routledge, 2012). He presented at the Harvard Medical School annual seminar on addiction and the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy lecture series, among others. 

Anthony founded the Biscuit Box Theater Company and Souled Out Artists writers group, who collectively have been performing shows in the Boston suburbs since 2002. His first collection of memoirs, Lunatic Heroes: Memories, Lies and Reflections (3 Swallys Press, Aug. 2012), includes a foreword by Amanda Palmer, and is endorsed by Neil Gaiman, Donald Ray Pollock, Jack Kornfield and others. His second and final collection of memoirs is entitled Beloved Demons: Confessions of an Unquiet Mind (3 Swallys Press, Dec. 2013), and includes an introduction by Neil Gaiman.

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