E.J. Gold, creator of Brane-Power beta blockers and biofeedback pioneer

E.J. Gold is well-known as a JazzArt painter, here preparing work for the International Association for Jazz Education

Gold, also a Science Fiction writer, conducts live role playing games known as Afterlife Adventures

E.J. Gold, aka Gorebagg the Lost is a video game developer and one of the team that originated the GODD(tm) Game Development Engine.

Bio: E.J. Gold
Creator of Beta Blockers | "Getting Rid of Brain Clutter" news article, The Union, Grass Valley, CA, 6/09

E.J. Gold, creator of the Brane-Power Beta Blockers, and biofeedback pioneer from the 60s was born in New York City in 1941.

The son of H.L. Gold, editor of Galaxy Science Fiction magazine, he grew up surrounded by artists and intellectuals, the “Who's Who” in the arts in America of the 40s and 50s: Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, Robert Heinlein; Charles Laughton, Orson Welles, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Pete Seeger, to name a few.

E.J. Gold is well-known as a JazzArt painter, shown here preparing work for the International Association for Jazz Education.

Gold, also a Science Fiction writer, conducts live role playing games known as Afterlife Adventures.

E.J. Gold, aka Gorebagg the Lost is a video game developer and one of the team that originated the GODD(tm) Game Development Engine.