The Jungle Isn't Out Therea humorous yet practical distillation of Patañjali's Yoga Sutras, with simple instructions for seated meditation. A valuable guide for beginning and meditators as well as mental health professionals, yoga instructors, or anyone interested in understanding and befriending this thing we call the mind.
Crawling Back To Patañjali A man's journey to sanity following a sage's 196 step-by-step instructions. "This book has been on my nightstand since I read it. Every page brings me comfort. Taking a Sutra class with Steve, using this book as the text, was a deeply rich and insightful opportunity. This book is beautifully written." —Donna Mulvey-Gieber
John Doe's Diamond A modern narrative interpretation of The Diamond Sutra, teachings on freedom of mind.
TAOISM A Bowler's View of the Tao Te Ching: A modern interpretation of the classic 81-verse teachings of Lao Tzu. No bowling experience required. "Steve Price is a brilliant writer and does an amazing job in paralleling the concepts of the Tao Te Ching to the game of bowling. He makes the Tao much easier to understand with his short, humorous and straight-to-the-point words. After reading many of the passages in his book, I found myself finding layer upon layer of deeper meaning from his simple yet profound words. This is a must read for anyone wanting to know more about the Tao Te Ching or to even dive deeper into its meaning." —Jeanene Farley
Ruth HaikusAfter the loss of his mother, the author brings a concentrated dose of honesty, comfort, and humor to the grieving process. "Steve Price brings his unique sharp wit and keen powers of observation to this small but powerful book. One haiku to a page, so lots of white space for these gemlike poems that earn every bit of it. A beautiful tribute. Well done." —Kelly Houle Can I Have One Moment of Peace? The life of Steve Price in 42 pages. "I just finished reading One Moment of Peace, again. The first time I was amused by the stories, and tickled that you shared some of your life’s intimate moments. Today’s reading has me contemplating my philosophy of life. So, before I scrub the dishes, put them in the dishwasher, and polish the countertop with Clorox Cleanser, I want to thank you for sharing your life and amusing stories, and for helping me to focus on what is important. Keep the peace." —Shawn Gallo
LIFE INSTRUCTION Coping With Bliss Instructions on locating and handling the overwhelming joy we're born with. Also available in audio CD.
Writing from ScratchA 24-instruction guide to mindful writing, from attitude to editing. Includes exercises that are simple, potent and fun.
FICTION Crab Apples A quirky collection of short stories and poems addressing love, childhood, parenthood and all the neuroses involved.
A Key for Otis The least respected man in town attains enlightenment, unbeknownst to everyone including himself. Song of ScottIn the summer leading up to his bar mitzvah, Scott Rosen—with the help of a Catholic friend, the town glazier, and the God of his understanding—comes to terms with anti-Semitism, his parents' neuroses, the loss of his sister, and his own obsession with chess.
A Man In An ElevatorComprised of quirky prose poems, this novella tells the story of a man inhabiting an elevator that is permanently out of service.
Brake LightA motorist pulled over for a minor violation tells the officer a bit more than he'd care to know.
White ElephantA man waits quietly inside a box to be opened as a white elephant gift at his wife's office holiday party. Swami On CallAn unsuspecting recluse is called into the world to alleviate the suffering of people from all walks of life. "Intimate, brilliant, funny!! A reminder that your best is ok, even when it’s not very good, as long as you’re being you." —Donna Mulvey-Gieber
How's Your Ice Cream?The story of the first dog reported to be a victim of identity theft and her neurotic owner.
Clam In The SkyWhen a retired teacher realizes that no one has listened to one word she has ever said, she takes a radical journey inward.
Journal of Lovesickness, Vol. 11. Award-winning collection of funny prose poems based on serial internet dating. Limited edition. Paypal $15 and include your mailing address in the note. "A very clever as well as relatable snapshot on the author’s many failed experiments with romantic love." --The Kitchen Sink
FOR KIDS Rocky (with Olive Price)When she was nine, Olive Price wrote a sentence. Steve, her dad, wrote the next one. They kept going for four years. "I love everything about this book!!!" —Brooke Sterling