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WRITING AS HEALING ART


"Listening to Mozart: Poems of Alzheimer's" forthcoming Cave Moon Press, 2014; 
e-book edition, Two Sylvias Press, 2014

Dear Alzheimer's: A Caregiver's Diary & Poems Cave Moon press, 2013); Kindle edition, Two Sylvias Press (2013)

Esther's Writing Works - blog

Witnessing Alzheimer's: A Caregiver's View- P.I. blog 

"Teaching Crysta Casey: She lived a hard life well, even wonderfully," Raven Chronicles, Spring 2012
 
"Diary of My Husband’s Illness: After His Death - Still Witnessing Alzheimer’s.” Journal of Poetry Therapy, Spring 2012 
 
J.W. Marshall & The Poetry of Illness seattlepi.com, Oct. 2010 (Blog Harriet review of my essay).
 
"Witnessing Alzheimer’s through Diary and Poem - Dear Alzheimer’s: Why Did You Pick Our Sheltered Lives to Visit?"  Journal of Poetry Therapy, 2010.
 
"Engaging Poetry and Jewish History: An Interview with Pesha Joyce Gertler," DRASH: Northwest Mosaic,  2008.
 
Irena Klepfisz, loss and the poetry of exile,  Journal of Poetry Therapy, Sept 2005.
 
Inside the Halo and Beyond: The Anatomy of a Recovery by Maxine Kumin,  Journal of Poetry Therapy, Sept 2005.
 
Don't Turn Away: Poems About Breast Cancer by Patricia Wellingham-Jones, Journal of Poetry Therapy Museletter, 2005.
 
On Poets, Writing & Alcoholism: A Review of Joan Fiset's Now the Day is Over," Transference. EU & Beyond, Fall 2001.
 
The Psychiatrist As Poet,  The Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Review, 1994.

Doctoral Thesis: Irena Klepfisz: A Life in Print - The Early Years, 1975 to 1992, University of Washington, 1994.

The Psychoanalytic Experience: Analysands Speak - website

Other WEBSITES

It's About Time Writers Reading Series

Dialogue Among Civilizations Through Poetry

The Writer's Role in Society
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EVENTS                          PUBLICATION HISTORY                          DEAR ALZHEIMER'S
EDITH BUXBAUM & SEATTLE PSYCHOANALYSIS

The Edith Buxbaum Journal - website

Writing Edith Buxbaum - blog

"Buxbaum, Edith, Ph.D., Psychoanalyst (1902-1982)," HistoryLink, 2002.

Orr, Douglass Winnett, M.D. 1905 - 1990: Father of Seattle Psychoanalysis, HistoryLink.org, March, 2013

Interleavings: Serendipity and the Auto/Biographical Process: Meanwhile She Liked to Cook: In the Kitchen with Seattle Child Psychoanalyst Edith BuxbaumThe Seattle Star, November 2012
 
Interleavings: Serendipity and the Auto/Biographical Process: Dr. Helen Remick, The Little School, Dr. Edith Buxbaum & Courtesy MarkersThe Seattle Star, Octover 2012
 
Interleavings: Serendipity and the Auto/Biographical Process, The Seattle Star, September 2012
 
"Siegl, Eleanor: Educator (1917-1996)," HistoryLink, January 2010.
 
"Schmidl, Fritz" (1897-1969)," HistoryLink, April 2008.
 
"Edith Buxbaum, Latency and Me - Between the Oedipus Complex and Adolescence: The Quiet Time -  Letter to Edith,"  Journal of Poetry Therapy, Volume 19, Number 2 , June 2006, pp. 83-90. 
 
"Pioneers of Child Psychoanalysis: Edith Buxbaum, 1902 - 1982," ACP TODAY: Association for Child Psychoanalysis Newsletter, Winter 2003, pp. 8-9.
 

ESSAYS ON A PERSONAL PSYCHOANALYSIS & RELATED WORK

Psychoanalysis: The Magic & the Lie - website

"Analytic Entrapment," American Imago: Psychoanalysis and the Human Sciences,  62.3 (2005) 339-363. 

"The Psychoanalytic Experience: Analysands Speak - Editor's Report," The Drunken Boat, Fall 2001, Vol.2, Issue III.
 
"Journal Entry 1992: I Don't Remember Why I Hated Him," Moondance: Celebrating Creative Women, Fall 2001; also published in Transference.EU & Beyond, Summer 2001.
 
Eating Pavlova by D.M.Thomas, The American Psychoanalyst, 1996.
 
"Review of Janet Malcolm's The Purloined Clinic," Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Review, 1994.
 
"Diary of An Analysis: Hermeneutically Yours - Musings on the Dyad as Text,"The Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Review, Vol. 3, No. 3, Winter 1992.
 
"The Psychoanalyst as Mentor," Upstream: A Magazine for Northwest Readers and Writers, Winter 1992. 

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