Emanuel E. Garcia has published numerous articles on the history, practice and application of psychoanalysis, which include investigations of the composers Mahler, Rachmaninoff, Delius and Scriabin. As an offshoot of his psychotherapeutic work with classical musicians he introduced a method of practice designed to enhance the performance of string players which appeared in the American String Teachers Journal, on whose editorial board he serves.
A native of Philadelphia, he currently practices psychiatry in New Zealand and continues his work with creative artists, lecturing to students and the faculty at the New Zealand School of Music and members of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
The works of Edward de Vere, P. G. Wodehouse and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle have been perennial sources of joy.
Books by Emanuel E. Garcia
The Case of the Missing Stradivarius (IrregularSpecial Press)
Sherlock Holmes and the Three Poisoned Pawns (short story)