This twice yearly Web edition of Lacanian Ink features a selection of writings from the printed magazine, which is available by subscription and at bookstores, galleries and museums.
PUBLISHER AND EDITOR
JOAN COPJEC is the author of Read My Desire: Lacan
Against the Historicists and editor of the S series for Verso Press.
She teaches at the University of Buffalo, where she is Director of the
Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Culture.
SLAVOJ ZIZEK is the author of several works
on philosophy, psychoanalysis, and popular culture. His most recent books include:
For They Know Not What They Do, Tarrying With the Negative, and
Metastases of Enjoyment.
BRUCE FINK is a Lacanian psychoanalyst and Associate Professor of
Psychology at Duquesne University. He is the author of The Lacanian Subject:
Between Language and Jouissance and A Clinical Introduction to Lacanian
DEBORAH DRIER is a writer and editor living
in New York. She writes for Art in America and Artforum, and contributes
regularly to the New Yorker.
RENATA SALECL is a researcher at the Institute of Criminology, Faculty
of Law, Ljubljana; she is the author of The Spoils of Freedom: Psychoanalysis
and Feminism after the Fall of Socialism.
RICHARD FOREMAN writes and directs plays
for his own Ontological-Hysteric Theater. A recipient of the American Academy
of Arts and Sciences award in Literature, his most recent collection of theater
work, My Head Was a Sledgehammer and Other Plays, is forthcoming.
RENA GRANT, born in Scotland, was a writer and a professor of English
at New York University at the time of her death.
PAOLO BERDINI teaches Art History at Stanford University. He is working
on a collection of essays on the phenomenology of the beholder.
ADRIAN DANNATT is a writer living in New
York City. He is a regular contributor to Flash Art.
RAPHAEL RUBINSTEIN'S first collection of
poems, The Basement of the Cafe Rilke, is forthcoming from Hard
JOHN YAU, a poet and art critic, teaches at the University of California
at Berkeley. His recent publications include a book of short stories, Hawaiian
Cowboys, and a collection of poems, Berlin Diptychon.
RAY DIPALMA'S most recent books are Provocations and Motion
of the Cypher. He lives in New York City.
JOSEFINA AYERZA is a writer and a practicing analyst in New York City; she contributes regularly to Flash Art.
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