Salome's Embrace, The Jungian Women

Salome’s Embrace, The Jungian Women

Available now on the Routledge site. Publish date: November 2017, 168pp Maggy Anthony explores the women who followed Carl Jung during his lifetime, his need for their company and their contributions to his work. The book includes studies of Emma Jung, Sabina Spielrein and Toni Wolff, as well as Jung’s mother Emilie, and many other …

Lecture series, Dreams, Astrology, Myth & Memories

“DREAMS, ASTROLOGY, MYTH AND MEMORIES” INTERACTIVE LECTURE SERIES

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Maggy Anthony, (775) 221-5270 Email: grammadragon@gmail.com Website: www.maggyanthony.com “DREAMS, ASTROLOGY, MYTH AND MEMORIES” INTERACTIVE LECTURE SERIES WITH AUTHOR MAGGY ANTHONY TO BE HELD SEPT. 13-OCT. 4 IN RENO RENO, Nev., Aug. 31, 2017 – A four-part lecture series, “Dreams, Astrology, Myth and Memories” by well-known Reno author and workshop facilitator Maggy Anthony, will explore the meaningful …

BACK AGAIN AFTER LONG ABSENCE!

It has been too long, and I’m sorry, but have spent the last year plus in updating and re-writing my book, Jung’s Circle of Women: The Valkyries. Now it is finished and I will be writing regularly on this website of mine. The new book, Salome’s Embrace: The Jungian Women, will be published in November …

LATEST BOOK AT PUBLISHER..ON WITH THE NEXT

At the end of April, my latest book, an expansion and updating of Jung’s Circle of Women:The Valkyries, published 1999, now entitled Salome’s Embrace: The Jungian Women, was sent off to its publisher,Routledge. Without the help of my dear friend and collegue, Andrea Turman, this might have not been possible. She encouraged me and cheered …

BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN!

After a year’s absence, here I am again! It’s been a tough year in many ways and I’ve been writing at least two books. One, a third Hank Faro Reno in the Fifties mystery and the other a non-fiction work about a favorite Greek God of mine. This has kept me quite busy. In addition, …

THE YEAR OF MARILYN

This last few months, as I’ve been preparing for the launch of my new book, “Dark Ritual”, a psychological thriller, and the beginning of teaching classes and lecturing again, I’ve been doing some review of the past years and what I have accomplished, or failed to accomplish at times. And my thoughts went to the …

DESPISE NOT THE ASHES cont’d

Meanwhile, in the midst of all the work at the Institute, the children and I continued our exploration of the city of Zurich. As I’ve previously written, I particularly loved the Niederdorf section of the city, which was built from medieval times. The children always begged to be taken to the Grossmunster Cathedral, which was …

DESPISE NOT THE ASHES: A MEMOIR cont’d

Sam and Betty Eisenstein and I became good friends, and Sam began to have a dream of producing the first literary magazine ever at the Institute in Zurich. He worked hard on it, and I contributed a story as did many others, some in the class and some not. It debuted as “Garuda: A Journal …

DESPISE NOT THE ASHES cont’d

In addition to Dr. Hillman’s class, not all the classes took place at the Institute. One of what turned out to be my favorite classes was the class on Sandplay, given by Frau Dora Kalff, the “inventor” of it, at her house in Zollikon. I had to take the train to get there, a short …