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"The Atheist's Bible" is a collection of fifteen short stories and novellas by Shalom Camenietzki, a Toronto-based psychologist and writer of fictions. Nine of the fifteen stories that make up the collection were previously published in Canadian literary magazines. Published in 2006, the collection has been reviewed by five literary magazines. The collection's themes are varied, from an adult psychologist reminiscing about his adored, black Brazilian nanny, to an Israeli recruit senselessly dying because of friendly fire. One short story and one novella deal explicitly with the life of aging, experienced psychologists, who are depicted in realistic, non-flattering terms, leaving no room for idealization and lionizing of those professionals. The collection revolves on Jewish characters, with no non-Jews as narrators or main figures.
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About the Author
Author Shalom Camenietzki was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and attended high school and university in Israel. He studied for a Ph.D. in psychology in the United States. Since 1974, he has lived in Toronto, Canada, where he is in private practice of clinical psychology. He is married and has a son.