India West writes about ‘My Mother Called Me UNNI’ by Dr. Venugopal Menon

Physician Venugopal Menon has published a memoir – ‘My Mother Called Me UNNI’ about his boyhood in a Kerala village.  The Indian American retired doctor said he wrote his memoir for his six grandchildren – writes Sunita Sohrabji of India West.

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New Titles from Self-Publishers: April 16

New Titles from Self-Publishers: April 2016 Apr 22, 2016 Comments Booksellers, publishers, librarians, and agents are encouraged to look at the 140 self-published titles below, with descriptions provided by their authors. Some of these writers are waiting to be discovered; others have a track record and a following and are doing it on their own. If you are a self-published author interested in listing titles in this section, please visit for more information.

My Mother Called Me Unni: A Doctor’s Tale of Migration by Venugopal Menon. Outskirts Press. $18.95 paper (324p), ISBN 978-1-4787-6171-6 Outskirts Press, Amazon, The story of a man who left his homeland, India, in the late 1960s to find his own destiny in the melting pot of the United States.

Indo-American Press Club Houston Chapter Inaugurated

Houston, Texas: April 22, 2016: Indo-American Press Club, a very vibrant organization of more than one hundred media professionals in the United States and Canada has a new chapter in Houston Texas. IAPC Chairman Ginsmon Zacharia inaugurated the chapter on April 22nd at a meeting of a very selected group of journalists, media professionals and community leaders at the Desi Restaurant in Stafford, Texas.

In the inaugural meeting including about 35 cultural and community leaders, Dr. Venugopal Menon, MD presented his autobiography “My Mother Called Me Unni.” Dr. Menon a pioneer migrant form India, especially from Kerala, have been here in the USA from 1969 onwards. Most migrants can emotionally relate with this valuable content of the book available on

Locum Tenens Work: It’s the Physician’s Job to Help the Helpless

Article by Dr. Venugopal Menon, MD published

Perhaps with a certain degree of dignified bias that is rightfully earned after serving the sick ones for almost half a century, I declare that the profession of a physician is the most profound, compassionate, and empathetic one around. And any doctor who does not endorse that sentiment would not belong to that creed. – See more at: BARTONASSOCIATES