This the website for researcher, playwright, filmmaker, and author Joseph E. Green.
"I congratulate you in having articulated in this and other writings so many aspects of the JFK assassination precisely correctly."
-VINCENT SALANDRIA, author of FALSE MYSTERY
"[Green has] a rare ability to bring together numerous important disciplines (history, philosophy, religion, science, journalism, film) and use them all to offer succinct essays that get to the heart of major issues."
-JOSEPH MCBRIDE, author of INTO THE NIGHTMARE and STEVEN SPIELBERG: A BIOGRAPHY
“[Contains] a superb essay on the The Parallax View…there are very interesting things in the book.”
-JIM DiEUGENIO, author of RECLAIMING PARKLAND, DESTINY BETRAYED, and THE ASSASSINATIONS
"Green discusses a broad range of literature and film, from nonfiction works to novels. He places Star Wars next to Key Largo and Saturday Night Fever to demonstrate the way Hollywood has molded our image in the minds of people around the world. He talks about Chinua Achebe's novel about colonialism in Africa, Things Fall Apart, in the same breath with The Autobiography of Malcolm X, and then he shows how they are related to Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness and the philosophy of Immanuel Kant."
-TESSA B. DICK, author of PHILIP K DICK: REMEMBERING FIREBRIGHT
"I stayed up late the day I got the book. I just had to finish it...I do hope it reaches a wide audience."
-DR. DAVID MANTIK, author of JOHN F KENNEDY'S HEAD WOUNDS: A FINAL ANALYSIS
"DISSENTING VIEWS II is a riveting, enjoyable, and well-written collection of essays and writings on a plethora of historical topics from the JFK assassination to Malcolm X to Osama Bin Laden...and a whole lot more...Highly recommended- get this one as soon as possible!"
-VINCE PALAMARA, Secret Service expert and author of SURVIVOR'S GUILT
"...Green appears just as eager to pick apart a weak argument from within the conspiracy community as one from without. In fact, the only overarching principle the author will rise to defend time and again is one that most would be forced to agree with: that it is natural for those of a level of wealth and political influence to seek to cooperate to protect their privileged status. What more is a conspiracy, after all? Reading Green is a treat for independent thinkers who may have forgotten for a spell that it really is the rest of the world that’s crazy."
-GREG HARMAN, ed., San Antonio Current
If you are interested in my work as a playwright, writer of fiction, or screenwriting, please see my sister site josephegreen.com.