Glenn Berger

Glenn Berger

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Glenn Berger misspent his youth working as a recording engineer and producer in the company of luminaries like Frank Sinatra, Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, and Paul Simon. During his 30s, he had a revelation at Ellis Island, where his dearly departed grandfather told him to go back to school and become a psychotherapist. He obeyed, and today Dr. Berger has a practice in New York City and Mt. Kisco, NY. To round out his polymathery, he is a blogger and author. He’s published a children’s book called Princess Chantik and the Outside World, has recently been published in SOS Magazine, and is completing his memoir of his daze in the music biz, The Schlepper and the Superstar. He is passionately married, has two kids, a dog, a hamster, and a parakeet named Bruno. Check out his blog at

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Spring 2014 Issue

Oddballs and Angels: A Tribute to Phoebe Snow

Third Prize, 2013 Literal Latte Essay Award.
In April of 2011, at the age of 60, singer/songwriter Phoebe Snow died. When I heard the news, I walked into my hallway, and stared at the gold record of her album, Second Childhood, which hung on my wall. I floated back to when I first met Phoebe. In 1973, I had just become an assistant recording engineer at A & R Studios in New York….

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