Dr. Alma H. Bond is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, Florida Freelance Writers Association, the Dramatists Guild, and the Writers Guild. She is also belongs to the International Psychoanalytic Association, American Psychological Association, is a fellow and faculty member of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, etc. etc. She retired from a highly successful Manhattan practice as a psychoanalyst in 1991 to write full time in Key West, Florida.
And to teach. She is teaching a course entitled "Psychology in Writing." Here is the course description:
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Since retiring from her practice, Dr. Bond has had nineteen books published. Each of them can be purchased from amazon.com by going to Amazon's Alma H Bond's books Or, if you would like to purchase an autographed copy, you can e-mail Dr. Bond at email@example.com. Some of her books include:And she is working hard on:
Her play Maria (also about Maria Callas) was recently given a staged reading by Waterloo Bridge Theatre in Manhattan, to much acclaim. It was also a winner of the Southern Appalachian Theatre Festival last year, and was given a reading there, as well as at the Waterfront Theatre in Key West, Florida.
Dr. Bond has had many professional articles published in prestigious psychoanalytic journals, and has written numerous interviews for magazines and newspapers. Two of her favorites are My Memories of Marlon Brando, published in Remember, and The Romance of the Golden Greeks: Maria Callas and Aristotle Onassis, in Greece Travel Magazine. Both articles received awards for fine journalism from the state of Florida. She was on the faculty of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research for many years, and is now a faculty member of ASJA member Tim Perrin's online Writers School.
She was runner-up in the First Novel Contest of Hemingway Days, and received many FFWA State of Florida awards for published articles, interviews, and novel chapters. Her short story, The Latch That Wouldn't Lock, was included in Ten Top Short Stories of 1993. She is listed in Who's Who in America 2000, International Authors and Writers Who's Who, and twenty other biographies.
And recently she personally interviewed Dr. Ian Wilmut, the creator of Dolly the Sheep, on the subject of cloning. You can read this remarkable interview on the web by clicking here: Dr Ian Wilmut
Dr. Bond is the widow of the late stage, screen, and TV actor, Rudy Bond, whose book "I Rode A Streetcar Named Desire", was just published posthumously by Birch Brook Press. She is the mother of Zane Bond, Jonathan Bond (CEO of the hip advertising agency, Kirshenbaum and Bond), and Janet Bond Brill. Jonathan's book, Under the Radar, was published last year by John Wiley and Sons. She is the proud grandmother of five children.