As co-editors we are pleased to present the IFPE and larger psychoanalytic community with the second issue of our on-line journal Other/Wise.
This first full issue has been under construction for almost a year so we are thankful for the patience extended to us as we selected papers, presentations and performances from last year’s exciting conference in Boston. To this central grouping we have added film and play reviews, poetry, author and editorial commentary and dialogue that we believe reflects the IFPE spirit.
Our intent, in keeping with the guiding principles that lead to the formation of Other/Wise, is to be inclusive, diverse and creative. What other journal, for example, includes original art work and musical recordings? Then again what other psychoanalytic organization would welcome and continue to welcome such freedom of expression in form and theory?
We hope you enjoy what Other/Wise reveals about IFPE. We welcome your comments in the “response place” we have included.
See you in Seattle and on-line in future editions of Other/Wise.
Richard Raubolt and Steven Kuchuck
Download/Print Entire Volume in PDF Format
Dionysos. Mainomenos. Lysios
By Gary D. Astrachan
Money Makes the World Go Around or Does It?
By Samoan Barish
Confessions of a Former Idealizing Psychoanalyst
By Larry Green
By Judith E. Vida
-Another Part of the Backstory
by Judith Vida
Art and Psychoanalysis
One Man’s Journey Through Darkness Into Light in Art and Psychoanalysis
By Stuart Perlman
Film and Play Reviews
Out of the Spiritual Closet
By Mike Eigen
A Review of “The Visitor”
Review by Ruth Neubauer
The Mystery of Wood is Not That it Burns, But That it Floats
By Richard Raubolt
During an extended exchange of poems and responses among the IFPE members who discovered their poetic affinity with each other, one of the poets addressed the others as “Dear Poetry Posse.” And in future emails, the name seems to have stuck. We are including a few poems from some of the “Posse”. Enjoy!
By Gene Alexander
By Paul Cooper
By Merle Molofsky
By Karen Morris
spring in the quiet that precedes
By Les Von Losberg
Gary D. Astrachan
Phillip G. Fleisher and band, Sorry
Les Von Losberg
Judith E. Vida