Book Launch - Missing Persons Bureau by Lowen Clarke (Social Event)
The book 'Missing Persons Bureau' affects the reader through story and the very act of reading. The book is the second book published in Empowerment Script, which can help with trauma and PTSD. It joins the book Sam the Tram’s Dance Club, available through Unhooked Media. For those who are trauma affected, Missing Persons Bureau can bring help. For the interested reader, it can be an insight into the experience of trauma and PTSD. The flash fiction storytelling in a picturebook for adults and the use of Empowerment Script make this book a new experience in itself. Dip in, enjoy the story and let the book change you.
‘Missing Persons Bureau’ is available in EPUB, paperback and hardcover editions.
All attendees are invited to attend this event.
About the Author
Australian author Dr Lowen Clarke’s lived experience and research inform his work in the trauma field.
He has a Doctorate of Therapeutic Arts Practice from the Miecat Institute, Melbourne and degrees in Organisation Dynamics, Divinity, Writing and Classics. He is an ethicist with the Victorian Department of Health Human Research Ethics Committee. He is well known for creating Melbourne icon 'Sam the Tram' and helping to save the W-class trams. Lowen has been a sports coach at national level.
Lowen lives in Maryborough Victoria where he and his partner are restoring the Butter Factory.