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A Moving Journal 1994-2006


A Moving Journal: Ongoing Expressions of Authentic Movement

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Adams, J. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Washington, D.C.]. Volume 8(3), 17.
Adams, J. (2004). You are my familiar [honoring Neala Haze]. Volume 11(3), 17.
Adler, J. (1997). Questions: Teaching the discipline. Volume 4(3), 10-11.
Adler, J. (1998). An interview with Janet Adler. By A. Geissinger. Volume 5(3), 4-10.
Adler, J. (2000). Listening to questions: Voices from Europe [A. Adorisio, S. Antonini, M. Bachmann, J. Davis, M. Elena-Ostrow (M. E. Garcia), T. Escobar, C. Gimbrere, F. Glaubitz, R. M. Govoni, I. Halstrup, L. Hartley, A. Hepper, S. Hofler, E. Kletti-Ranacher, F. Lavendel, J. Mayer-Ostrow, B. Najork, M. Plevin, H.-M. Rantatalo, I. R. Schaller, C. Schmitz, L. Twardon, B. Waissman, A. Weatherhogg, U. Wittich]. Volume 7(3), 14-15.
Adler, J. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Sebastopol, California]. Volume 8(3), 22.
Adler, J. (2003). From autism to the discipline of Authentic Movement. Volume 10(1), 10-15.
Adler, J. (2004). [Untitled, honoring Neala Haze]. Volume 11(3), 17.
Adler, J., Chodorow, J., Haze, N., & Stromsted, T. (1997). Letter from four members of ESAM's Academic Council. Volume 4(3), 9.
 
Adler, J., Chodorow, J., & Zenoff, N. (1995). Authentic Movement Institute opens: Part Two (First Annual Open House, December 1993). Volume 2(1), 2-5.
Amotz, N. B. (2000). [Untitled poem]. Volume 7(3), 13.
Angeloro, V. (1994). Containing the work without a leader: Sharing the lead. Volume 1(1), 5, 11.
Asch, L. (2003). Moving space. Volume 10(1), 17.
Avstreih, Z. (1995). Soul work: An interview with Zoe Avstreih. By A. Geissinger. Volume 2(2), 3-5.
Avstreih, Z. (2000). Ascending and descending the ladder: Dreams and Authentic Movement. Volume 7(1), 3-6.
Avstreih, Z. (2000). Moved by the word. Volume 7(1), 7-8.
Avstreih, Z. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Boulder, Colorado]. Volume 8(3), 10.
Avstreih, Z. (2002). Coming home. Volume 9(2), 18-20.
Avstreih, Z. (2003). Epilogue: August, 2002. Volume 10(1), 8-9.
Avstreih, Z. (2004). [Untitled, honoring Neala Haze]. Volume 11(3), 16.
Avstreih, Z. (2005). Authentic Movement and Buddhism: Awakening in the present moment. Volume 12(2), 8-10.
 
Banchoff, L. (1998). Making sense. Volume 5(1), 8.
Bassis, J. (2002). Our women’s Authentic Movement group. [Response to September 11 from Berkshire County, Massachusetts]. Volume 9(1), 12.
Bauer, S. (2005). Finding the bone in the wind: A journey with Suprapto Suryadarmo in Bali, Indonesia. [Excerpt]. Volume 12(3), 14-20.
Bauer, S., Bishop, E., Brooks, R., Gardos Reid, M., Goulston, W., Huther, E., O'Brien, M., & Smith, A. (2000). Questions. [Responses to a request from A Moving Journal]. Volume 7(2), 11-12.
Baylock, L. A. (1995). Strawberries. Volume 2(2), 10.
Beard Bull, J. (2001)[Response to September 11 from Sebastopol, California]. Volume 8(3), 22.
Beard Bull, J., Bull, S., Champlin, K., Golden, T., Warring, V., & Wolf, W. (1997). Poem. Volume 4(3), 13.
Bernstein, K. (2003). Journey of the Fool: An interview with Kathy Bernstein. By P. Sager. Volume 10(2), 3-8.
Berels, C., Ramsay, M., & Remington, R. (2004). Moving from disability to endless possibility: The work and life of Charleen Berels. Volume 11(1), 14-16.
Best, L, Brukner, G., Cockburn, M., Cooper, A., Davis, C., Deichmann, A., Devine, J., Mai, P., O’Connor, S., Paulson, P., Solot, E., & Spencer, S. (2004). Beloved Neala [honoring Neala Haze]. Volume 11(3), 17.
Blair, N. (1999). They take sick babies. Volume 6(3), 6.
Blank, D. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Washington, D.C.]. Volume 8(3), 16.
Blank, D. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Washington, D.C.]. Volume 11(3), 10.
Boughton, N. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Medford, Massachusetts]. Volume 8(3), 14.
Boyd, M. K. (1998). Poem. Volume 5(1), 9.
Brandon, F. (2006). Magically human. Volume 13(1), 18-20.
Breisch, S. (2005). We are all one. Volume 12(1), 10-11.
Brodie, J. B. (2002). [Response to September 11 from New Haven, Connecticut]. Volume 9(1), 13.
Brook, A. (2004) Movement finds a mover. Volume 11(2), 18-20.
Brostoff, R. (1999). Vortex. Volume 6(3), 11.
Brostoff, R. (2000). Same time next year: A dream of Authentic Movement at A Capella Motion. Volume 7(1), 12.
Brownell, A. (2004). Movement and mind: Penny Lewis. Volume 11(1), 18-19.
Buck, A. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Easthampton, Massachusetts]. Volume 8(3), 14.
Buck, A. (2006). In the spirit of similarities: Authentic Movement, homeopathy, and healing. An interview with Alison Buck. By A. Geissinger. Volume 13(2), 13-18.
Buck, A. J. (2002). Authentic Movement and the inner work of balancing opposites. Volume 9(2), 10-11.

Buck, A. J. (2002). A truth about terrorism: October 29, 2001. Volume 9(2), 11.
Buck, A. J. (2004). Observation from home, alone. [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration]. Volume 11(3), 8.
Butler, L. (1995). Being seen. Volume 2(1), 9.
Butler, L. (2005). A ceremony dedicated to the victims and survivors of atom bombs. Volume 12(1), 16-17.
 
Cantell, M. (2002). Golden energy. [Response to September 11 from Jyvaskyla, Finland]. Volume 9(1), 8.
Canyon, N. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Poulsbo, Washington]. Volume 8(3), 11.
Carmichael, K. (1998). April 1. Volume 5(1), 9.
Castle, J., Forrester, C., Hamlin-Haims, L., Holifield, B., Musicant, S., Tuteur, M., Webb, J. (2004). Weaving words: Voices from Green Gulch. Volume 11(2), 7-11.
Castle, J., Geissinger, A., Haims, L. H., Howland, J., Jr., Lavendel, F., Leibman, C. H., Loupe, C., & Stromsted, T. Responses to Janet Adler’s book Offering from the Conscious Body: The Discipline of Authentic Movement. Volume 10(3), 8-11.
Castle, J. M. (2000). It takes two. Volume 7(2), 8-10.
Chodorow, J. (1996). The moving imagination. Volume 3(2), 11-12. (Original publication in Summer 1993, C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago, Transformations)
Chodorow, J., & Ramsay, M. (1996). An inter-re-view: A book review and interview [of J. Chodorow] combined. Volume 3(2), 10, 15.
Clorfein, S. (1998). [Untitled poem]. Volume 6(1), 11.
Connell, M. (2004). Cloud of darkness. Volume 11(1), 24.
Connell, M. (2004). Snow angel. Volume 11(1), 10.
Connell, M. (2004). Walkabout. Volume 11(1), 12.
Connell, M. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Santa Rosa, California]. Volume 11(3), 13.
Connell, M., & Hamlin-Haims, L. (2004). Dream Vessels: The art of Marsha Connell. Volume 11(1), 9.
Connor Kelly, E. (1999). Parenting and re-parenting with Authentic Movement. Volume 6(3), 14-15.
Connor Kelly, E. (2004). [Untitled, honoring Neala Haze]. Volume 11(3), 16.
Cooper, A. (2001). In-between. Volume 8(2), 9.
Cooper, A. (2001). Where I may. Volume 8(2), 9.
Cottam, M. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from Glastonbury, Vermont]. Volume 11(3), 5.
Crow, A. (1994). Finding one's own way of witnessing. Volume 1(2), 7.
Crow, A. (1998). Dream figures: Your inner cast of characters. Volume 5(2), 12-13.
Crow, A. (2000). Dream figures. Volume 7(1), 16.
Crow, A. (2001). Authentic Movement my way. Volume 8(2), 10-11.
Crow, A. (2001). An interview with Aileen Crow. By G. Fraser & D. Sherman. Volume 8(2), 11-15.
Crow, A. (2002). [Untitled prose]. Volume 9(2), 17.
Crow, A. (2002). Sensory channels and Authentic Movement. Volume 9(3), 8.

Crow, A. (2003). Every woman’s yoga [by J. Stover Schmitt; book review]. Volume 10(1), 19.

Crow. A. (2004). My art. Volume 11(1), 17.
Crow, A., Alexander, R., Baylock, L. A., Becker, B., Bergman, D., Isaacs, J., Kraus, A., Trueman, S., Stover Schmitt, J., Zendora, N. (2002). Different voices: Perspectives on sound. Volume 9(3), 9-13.
Crow, A., Ehrenreich, H., Schell, S., & Zahner, C. (2002). Sound and Authentic Movement: A conversation. Volume 9(3), 3-7.
Crow, A., & Mahler, L. (1997). Self certification. Volume 4(3), 12.
Crow, A., & Stover Schmitt, J. (1996). Two views: Sexuality, God, and the Shadow. Volume 3(3), 3-7.
 
Dahlke, R. W. (1994). Wanting to see and be seen. Volume 1(3), 9-10.
Dahlke, R. W. (1996). No one told you. Volume 3(2), 9.
Dahlke, R. W. (1997). April 1, '96. Volume 4(2), 12.
Dahlke, R. W. (1997). A new pavane: A new cross. Volume 4(1), 11.
Dahlke, R. W., Hatch, N., Rosenkrantz, D., & Whirlabout, E. (1997). About next year's gathering. Volume 4(1), 11.
Davis, J. (2001). Theatre of the unconscious. Volume 8(1), 3-8.
Dearborn, E. (2002). [Response to September 11 from Washington, D.C.]. Volume 9(1), 8.
Dejanikus, M., & Jackson, D. (2004). Artists and movers. Volume 11(1), 4-7.
Depré, L., Fischlein-Rupp, A., Folberth, H., Govoni, R. M., Kohli, B., Mayer-Ostrow, J., Nemeth, E., Oberem, M.-L., & Plevin, M. (1997). Personal statements of the participants of the First Meeting of ESAM. Volume 4(3), 7-8.
 
Ehrenreich, H. (1995). We are these women. Volume 2(3), 16.
Ehrenreich, H. (1997). A report on the Second Facilitators' Gathering. Volume 4(1), 9-10.
Ehrenreich, H. (2000). Dances left in time and space. Volume 7(1), 17-19.
Eviston, G., Harmala, J., Haseltine, R., OhUallaig, P., & Spillane, A. (2001). Writings from "Through Fluid Eyes." [Untitled poetry and prose]. Volume 8(1), 9.
Ewald, H. (2000). Thoughts on art, teaching, and dreams. Volume 7(1), 9-11.
 
Fallis, C. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Vancouver, British Columbia]. Volume 11(3), 9.
Feuer, R. M. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Guilford, Connecticut]. Volume 8(3), 23.
Fields, C. (2003). The well-intentioned Fool. Volume 10(2), 14-15.
Fischlein-Rupp, A., Folberth, H., & Oberem, M. L. (1997). The European Society for Authentic Movement: Statement and First Meeting Report. Volume 4(3), 3-5.
Fraser, G. (1994). Lone session. Volume 1(1), 10.
Fraser, G. (1994). The witness. Volume 1(2), 7.
Fraser, G. (1996). Dream processing with Authentic Movement. Volume 3(1), 14-15.
Fraser, G. (1997). Authentic microbiology. Volume 4(1), 10-11.
Fraser, G. (2001). Integrating life and Authentic Movement. Volume 8(1), 14-15.
Fraser, G. (2001). Waterfall. [Response to September 11 from Greenwich, Connecticut]. Volume 8(3), 28.
Frey, C. (1996). Creating an Authentic Movement bibliography. Volume 3(2), 16.
Funderburk, J. (2002). After war. [Response to September 11 from Washington, DC]. Volume 9(1), 8.
Funderburk, J. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Washington, D.C.]. Volume 11(3), 10-11.
 
Gaines, A. (1995). Authentic collision. Volume 2(2), 8.
Gaines, A., & McCully, B. (1994). Like stones speaking. Volume 1(2), 8.
Gaines, A., & McCully, B. (1999). Sharing the grace: An interview with Andrew Gaines and Bill McCully. By M. Ramsay. Volume 6(1), 4-8.
Gardos Reid, M. (1995). From my imaginal mentor . . . answers/affirmations. Volume 2(1), 8.
Gardos Reid, M. (1997). Dr. Seuss. Volume 4(1), 8.
Gardos Reid, M. (1998). Authentic Movement: Learning to listen to the body. Volume 5(1), 12.
Gardos Reid, M. (1999). Buddies in movement. Volume 6(2), 11.
Gardos Reid, M. (2000). Butoh envy and the search for authentic performance. Volume 7(3), 16-17.
Gardos Reid, M. (2000). The closing song from "Sessions of a Car Lover." Volume 7(3), 13.
Gardos Reid, M. (2003). Internal exile. Volume 10(1), 17.
Gardos Reid, M. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Minneapolis, Minnesota]. Volume 11(3), 13.
Gardos Reid, M., & Moore, J. (2002). Haiku charting: Having fun with managed care. Volume 9(2), 14-16.
Gardos Reid, M., & Weller, L. (2003). To fool or not to fool? Volume 10(2), 12-14.
Garland, L. (1994). Containing the work without a leader: Creating a container in a shared lead group. Volume 1(1), 6.
Garland, L. (1995). Light emerging. Volume 2(1), 9.
Garland, L., & Levy, D. (1994). Guidelines for our shared-lead group. Volume 1(1), 7.
Geissinger, A. (1994). What it's like. Volume 1(2), 10.
Geissinger, A. (1996). Witnessing the long circle: Men and women. Volume 3(3), 8.
Geissinger, A. (1997). After moving. Volume 4(2), 12.
Geissinger, A. (2000). Home is a name: Traveling to Mali. Volume 7(3), 8-10.
Geissinger, A. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Providence, Rhode Island]. Volume 8(3), 11.
Geissinger, A. (2005). Enhancing the grace: An interview with Alton Wasson. Volume 12(2), 3-7, 10.
Geissinger, A., Sager, P. C., & Webb, J. (2004). Moving with the Journal: A celebration of ten years of publication. Volume 11(3), 3.
Gimbrère, C. (2001). [Response to September 11 from The Hague, The Netherlands]. Volume 8(3), 4.
Gluck, J. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Plainfield, Massachusetts]. Volume 11(3), 6.
Gluck, J. (2006). Psolodrama: Authentic Movement meets psychodrama. Volume 13(1), 14-17.
Goldhahn, E. (2003). Authentic Movement and science. Volume 10(3), 12-15.
Goldman, D. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from Boston, Massachusetts]. Volume 11(3), 4.

Goode Harris, L. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Santa Rosa, California]. Volume 11(3), 12.
Goulston, W. (1995). [Untitled poem]. Volume 2(1), 8.
Goulston, W. (1999). Still. Volume 6(2), 10.
Goulston, W., & Sager, P. (2001). E-mail exchange. [Response to September 11 from New York and Rhode Island]. Volume 8(3), 10.
Gregg Kroll, M. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Fairfax, California]. Volume 8(3), 13.
 
Hackney, P. (2005). Authentic Movement and Laban Movement Analysis: An interview with Peggy Hackney. By E. Crow. Volume 12(1), 3-9.
Hamlin-Haims, L. (1996). Hands. Volume 3(2), 9.
Hamlin-Haims, L. (1999). Of my body not from my body: Raising an adopted son. Volume 6(3), 13.
Hamlin-Haims, L. (2000). Owl eye. Volume 7(1), 12.
Hamlin-Haims, L. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Santa Rosa, California]. Volume 8(3), 19.
Hamlin-Haims, L. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Santa Rosa, California]. Volume 11(3), 12.
Hamlin-Haims, L. (2005). Introduction [in S. Breisch]. Volume 12(1), 10.
Hamlin-Haims, L., & Sager, P. (2002). The red thread: Moving and witnessing from long distance. Volume 9(1), 17-19.
Hanzel, M. [Untitled prose]. Volume 6(1), 11.
Harley, B. (1999). [Untitled poetry]. Volume 6(1), 10.
Hatch, N. (1999). Rapture being. Volume 6(1), 9.
Hauck, C. (2005). The movements of desire. Volume 12(1), 18-20.
Hays, L. (1994). A poem of movement. Volume 1(1), 8.
Hays, L. (1994). A poem of witnessing. Volume 1(1), 8.
Hays, L. (1995). You know. Volume 2(1), 1.
Hays, L. (1999). [Letter to AMJ community]. Volume 6(3), 9.
Hays, L. (2002). [Response to September 11 from Concord, Massachusetts]. Volume 9(1), 13.
Haze, N. (1998). Afterward [following Sperry and Tsetse writings, 1998]. Volume 5(3), 15.
Haze, N., Landel, H., & Stromsted, T. (1994). Authentic Movement Institute opens: Part One (First Annual Open House, December 1993). Volume 1(3), 3-7.
Hendricks, K. (1997). Reflections on Mary Starks Whitehouse: An interview with Kathlyn Hendricks. By C. Caldwell. Volume 4(1), 4-6, 16.
Holifield, B. (2002). Against the wall/Her beating heart: Working with the somatic aspects of transference, countertransference, and dissociation. Volume 9(2), 3-9.
Honchuark, P. (1996). Prospect Park. Volume 3(1), 16.
Huggel, E. (2004). [Writings from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from Switzerland]. Volume 11(3), 5-6.
Hugill, T. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Vancouver, British Columbia]. Volume 11(3), 9.
Huther, E. (1999). Dare I write or dare I say. Volume 6(1), 10.
Huther, E. (2000). [Untitled poem]. Volume 7(2), 13.
 
Jackson, D. (1994). Art and body awareness. Volume 1(1), 2-3.
Jackson, D. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Seekonk, Massachusetts]. Volume 8(3), 9.
Jackson, D. (2004). The embodiment of ancient story. Volume 11(1), 8.
Jorge, S. (1995). Weaving new cloth: An open history. Volume 2(1), 6.
Jorge, S. (2006). Authentic Movement meets Contact Improvisation in Brazil. Volume 13(2), 6.
Jorge, S., F., J., Gi, Pinheiro, B., Radicetti, F. (2001) Moving many worlds. [Response to September 11 from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil]. Volume 8(3), 24.
 
Karczag, E. (2006). These dances rise up: An interview with Eva Karczag. By A. Crow and P. Sager. Volume 13(2), 7-12.
Kessler Kuusisto, P. (2000). Releasing the dream: Moving from infertility to birth. Volume 7(1), 13.
King, F. W., & Ramsay, M. (2002). Introductions [to M. S. Whitehouse, Teacher, leader, mediator]. Volume 9(1), 3-4.
Kirchhofer, E. A., (2001). [Response to September 11 from Biel-Bienne, Switzerland]. Volume 8(3), 12.
Kohl, M. (2002). Compassion fatigue: How do we find renewal? Volume 9(1), 24.
Kohl, M. (2002). The playground of SAAH-000-ND!! Volume 9(3), 17-19.

Kolinsky, B. (2002). [Response to September 11 from Boonville, California]. Volume 9(1), 14-15.
Kolinsky, B. (2004). [Untitled, honoring Neala Haze]. Volume 11(3), 16.
Koltai, J. (1998). Speaking the embodied text: An interview with Judith Koltai. By C. Frey. Volume 5(2), 3-6, 16.
Koltai, J. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada]. Volume 8(3), 6.
 
Leavitt, J. (1994). Moving the sacred body: An interview with Julie Leavitt. By A. Geissinger. Volume 1(2), 3-5, 11.
Leavitt Kutzen, J. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from Boston, Massachusetts]. Volume 11(3), 4.

Leibman, C. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from St. Louis, Missouri]. Volume 11(3), 5.
Leibman, C. (2005). The discipline of Authentic Movement: Gateway to the Sacred. Volume 12(2), 16-19.
Levidi, E. (1999). Meeting the shadow and the mother within. Volume 6(3), 12.
Levy, D. (1994). Containing the work without a leader: From the leader's perspective. Volume 1(1), 4.
Levy, D. (1994). A witnessing. Volume 1(1), 12.
Levy, D. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Ithaca, New York]. Volume 11(3), 11.
Lewis, P. (1996). Authentic Sound Movement Drama: An interview with Penny Lewis. Volume 3(1), 3-6.
Linden, S. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from Boston, Massachusetts]. Volume 11(3), 4.
Linderman, E. (2002). Saturday long circle. [Response to September 11 from Stumps Sprout, West Hawley, Massachusetts/Florence, Massachusetts]. Volume 9(1), 11.
Lowell, D. (1995). The last step: Recuperation. Volume 2(1), 10.
Lowell, D. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Amherst, Massachusetts]. Volume 8(3), 8.
Lowell, D., Ramsay, M., & Wasson, A. (1995). Report on the gathering of facilitators of Mary Whitehouse-based movement work. Volume 2(2), 6-7.
Lowell, D., Ramsay, M., & Wasson, A. (1997). Being . . . moving . . . dancing: An interview with Daphne Lowell, Mary Ramsay, and Alton Wasson. By P. Sager. Volume 4(2), 6-11.
Luthra, D. (1999). [Untitled poem]. Volume 6(1), 10.
 
Marcow Speiser, V. (1998). A plea for authenticity in Authentic Movement. Volume 5(1), 14-15.
Marcow Speiser, V. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from Boston, Massachusetts]. Volume 11(3), 4.
Mars, D. (1999). Authentic Movement: Where are the men? Volume 6(1), 14-15.
Mars, D. (2002). Being stirred to action. [Response to September 11 from San Anselmo, California]. Volume 9(1), 9.
Mars, D. (2002). To thaw the numbness. [Response to September 11 from San Anselmo, California]. Volume 9(1), 9.
Marshall, B. (2000). [Untitled poem]. Volume 7(3), 20.
Marshall, B., & Sager P., (2001). Crossing the line: Mover and witness in performance. Volume 8(1), 10-13.
Martin, D. (2003). Slow circles. Volume 10(1), 16.
Mayer-Ostrow, J. (2001). The Aftermath, September 14, 2001. [Response to September 11 from Frankfurt am Main, Germany]. Volume 8(3), 11.
McCarter, B. (2001). By the river. Volume 8(1), 16.
McEntee, E. (1997). When I dance. Volume 4(1), 8.
McNeal, A. P. (1996). Faith. Volume 3(2), 8.
Meyers, M. (2000). Dancer. Volume 7(3), 12.
Miller, K. (1996). Authentic sound. Volume 3(1), 10.
Miller, K. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Santa Barbara, California]. Volume 8(3), 20-21.
Miller, K. (2004). Astonishing: Musings of a word keeper. Volume 11(2), 3-6.
Miller, K. (2005). A new body. Volume 12(2), 24.
Miller, L. (1999). Babies: An interview with Larry Miller. By K. Kornhauser. Volume 6(3), 4-8.
Moore, J. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Minneapolis, Minnesota]. Volume 11(3), 13.
Morrissey, B. (1994). Resting in a place. Volume 1(3), 12.
Morrissey, B. (1994). She says. Volume 1(3), 12.
Morrissey, B. (2001). A time of dying. Volume 8(1), 16.
Morrissey, B. (2002). Refugee. [Response to September 11 from Stumps Sprout, West Hawley, Massachusetts/Hinesville, Vermont]. Volume 9(1), 14.
Morrissey, B. (2006). Authentic Movement and embodied consciousness: Deconstructing the hierarchies that sustain oppression and domination in human and non-human animal life. Volume 13(1), 9-13.
Mott, L. (1995). Primitive yearnings. Volume 2(2), 9.
Mulvaney, A. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Woodstock, New York]. Volume 11(3), 12.
Muniz Lieberman, S. (2002). [Response to September 11 from Stumps Sprout, West Hawley, Massachusetts/Pomona, New York]. Volume 9(1), 11.
Murray, T. (1999). A blossom of men. Volume 6(1), 9.
Murray, T. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from Plainfield, Massachusetts]. Volume 11(3), 6.
Musicant, S. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Santa Barbara, California]. Volume 8(3), 21.
 
Nishman, J. (1999). [Untitled poem]. Volume 6(1), 10.
Norlin, P. (1996). The embodied moment: A week's cycle of haiku. Volume 3(1), 10.
Norlin, P. (2002). Shards of grief: A cycle of embodied haiku. Volume 9(2), 12-13.
 
O’Connell, M. I. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Washington, D.C.]. Volume 11(3), 10.
O’Connor, M. (2006). Into the fire. Volume 13(1), 3-8.
O'Gorman, F. (1994). Bottom feeders. Volume 1(3), 7.
O'Gorman, F. (1997). Here. Volume 4(3), 13.
O'Gorman, F. (2000). Paragraphy Einhundertfünfundsiebzig. Volume 7(3), 12.
Olsen, A. (1999). Moving and writing: Authentic Movement and the environment. Volume 6(2), 18.
Olsen, A. (2005). Sense of place. An interview with Andrea Olsen. By S. Schell. Volume 12(3), 3-8.
Olsen, A. J. (1995). Moving the question: Authentic Movement as research. Volume 2(3), 7, 15.
 
Pallaro, P. (1996). A book in gestation: An interview with Patrizia Pallaro. By S. Jorge. Volume 3(2), 4-7.
Palmer, B. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Santa Rosa, California]. Volume 11(3), 13.
Pando-Mars, K. (2002). To thaw the numbness. [Response to September 11 from San Anselmo, California]. Volume 9(1), 9-10.
Parkinson, M. K. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Washington, D.C.]. Volume 11(3), 10.
Phillips, L. (2003). Containing emptiness. Volume 10(1), 16.

Pincharoen, S. (2003). Levels of learning. Volume 10(1), 8.
Plevin, M. (1996). [Untitled poem]. Volume 3(1), 11.
Plevin, M. Still life. (1997). Volume 4(1), 7.
Plevin, M. (1999). Moving particles/Changing states: Authentic Movement and quantum mechanics. Volume 6(2), 4-9, 19.
Plevin, M. (2000). Authentic Movement in translation. Volume 7(3), 5-7.
Plevin, M. (2005). Breathing in the field: An inquiry into Authentic Movement and Buddhist Vipassana Meditation, Volume 12(2), 11-15.
 
Ramsay, M. (1995). The heron. Volume 2(1), 7.
Ramsay, M. (1995). Male-female stories. Volume 2(1), 7.
Ramsay, M. (2006). A fallow field: A conversation with A Moving Journal’s editors [Annie Geissinger, Paula Sager, Joan Webb]. Volume 13(2), 3-5.
Ramsay, M., & Chodorow, J. (1996). An inter-re-view: A book review and interview [of J. Chodorow] combined. Volume 3(2), 10, 15.
Ramsay, M., & Geissinger, A. (1997). A Moving Journal survey on education and training. Volume 4(2), 3-5.
Rantatalo, H.-M. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Jyvaskyla, Finland]. Volume 8(3), 8.
Report on the First Meeting of the European Society of Authentic Movement. (1997). Volume 4(3), 5-6.
Resources for Infant Educators. (1999). Volume 6(3), 8.
Rosenkrantz, D. (1999). Invitation to dance. Volume 6(2), 11.
Rudman, C. (2003). [Untitled poem]. Volume 10(2), 9.
 
Sadeh, C. (1995). First moving experience after one year in Asia. Volume 2(3), 11.
Sadeh, C. (1995). Stump Sprouts last moving time witnessing. Volume 2(2), 7.
Sadeh, C. (1996). Stump Sprouts, May 6, 1995. Volume 3(3), 8.
Sadeh, C. (1998). A fool goes shopping. Volume 5(3), 19-20.
Sadeh, C. (1999). April 6. Volume 6(2), 10.
Sadeh, C. (2003). The black egg. Volume 10(2), 10-11.
Sager, P. (1999). The eyes of trees. Volume 6(2), 12-13.
Sager, P. (1999). Through the window. Volume 6(3), 16.
Sager, P. (2000). Always beginning. Volume 7(2), 13.
Sager, P. (2001). Words to a long distance witness. [Response to September 11 from Cranston, Rhode Island]. Volume 8(3), 6.
Sager, P. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Seekonk, Massachusetts]. Volume 8(3), 9.

Sager, P. (2002). Listening to sound: Awakening an embodied social sense. Volume 9(3), 14-16.
Sager, P. C., & Weis, C. (1998). Multiple perspectives: A review and interview with Cathy Weis. Volume 5(2), 7-11, 13.
Sandman, J. (1997). I sing a prayer. Volume 4(1), 7.
Sandman, J. (2002). [Response to September 11 from Stumps Sprout, West Hawley, Massachusetts/Montpelier, Vermont]. Volume 9(1), 11-12.
Sapunar, T. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from Yellow Springs, Ohio]. Volume 11(3), 7.
Schell, S. (1995). Talking pictures: Art and poetry. Volume 2(3), 8-10.
Schell, S. (2001). Acts of creation. Volume 8(2), 3-7
Schell, S. (2003). [Untitled prose]. Volume 10(2), 9.

Schell, S. (2003). The Fool of Hearts. Volume 10(2), 18-19.
Schell, S. (2004). Body and earth: An experiential guide [by A. Olsen; book review]. Volume 11(3), 20.

Schell, S. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from Northampton, Massachusetts]. Volume 11(3), 7-8.

Schneider, J. (2004). Comtemplative Dance long distance, seven places. [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration]. Volume 11(3), 8.
Segal, W. (2000). [Excerpts from "Opening: Collected Works of William Segal"]. Volume 7(3), 11.
Seibel, J. (2003). A day in the life of a woman who knows nothing. Volume 10(1), 16.
Seidl, B. (2000). Authentic Movement in practice. Volume 7(2), 14-17.
Seidl, E. B. (1996). Authentic Movement as relationship practice. Volume 3(3), 11-12.
Shaw Gale, M. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Santa Barbara, California]. Volume 8(3), 20.
Smith, A. H. (2000). Authentic Movement: A safe place for group movement therapy. Volume 7(2), 3-7.
Smith, S. A. (2005). I see you tree, and I am glad that you are there, with thanks to Thich Nhat Hanh. Volume 12(3), 9.
Soto, G. H. (2001). [Response to September 11 from San Anselmo, California]. Volume 8(3), 7.
Soucy, J. (1996). After Authentic Movement. Volume 3(1), 11.
Sperry, S. (1998). We move with our ancestors into the present moment. Volume 5(3), 14-15.
Sperry, S. (2002). Facing an uncertain future. Volume 9(1), 16.
Sperry, S. (2003). Unexpected participants: The Circle opens wide. Volume 10(1), 4-6.
Sperry, S., & Tsetse, L., Comps. (1998). [Reflections from participants (P. Beaumont, M. Gardos Reid, N, Heischman, & L. Kully) in the "Authentic Movement as Nonviolent Community Action" workshop, Berkeley, CA, May 1-3, 1998]. Volume 5(3), 16-17.
Sperry, S., & Tsetse, L. (2003). Self and other: The practice of the Community Long Circle. Volume 10(1), 3-4.
Sprenger, U. (2001). Female signs. [Response to September 11 from Berlin, Germany]. Volume 8(3), 5.
Stevenson, J. (1999). In memory of John Marinelli: More than this . . . Volume 6(3), 3.
Stover Schmitt, J. (1994). Is there an Authentic Movement style? And other questions. Volume 1(2), 6.
Stover Schmitt, J. (1999). Authentic Movement with trees. Volume 6(2), 14-15.
Stover Schmitt, J. (2003). The Trickster as redeemer. Volume 10(2), 16-17.
Stromsted, T. (1998). Re-inhabiting the female body. Volume 5(1), 3-7, 10-11, 15.

Stromsted, T. (2004). Honoring Neale Haze: 1947-2004. Volume 11(3), 14-15.

Stromsted, T. (2004). Reflections on the Authentic Movement Institute. Volume 11(3), 18-19.
Sullwold, E. (1995). A dancing spirit: An interview with Edith Sullwold. By M. Ramsay. Volume 2(3), 4-6, 12.
 
Tanenbaum, S. (2004). Intuitive Life Movement: An interview with Shelley Tanenbaum. By P. Sager. Volume 11(2), 12-17, back cover.
Tsetse, L. (1998). Mommy, can I go inside? Volume 5(3),s 14.
Tsetse, L. (2002). (Civil)ized disobedience. [Response to September 11 from Wayne, Indiana]. Volume 9(1), 15.
Tsetse, L. (2003). Inside/outside. Volume 10(1), 7-8.
Tsetse, L., & Sperry, S. (1998). The Community Long Circle: Authentic Movement as nonviolent community action. Volume 5(3), 11-14.
 
Ugelow, L. (1994). Sacred endings. Volume 1(3), 8-9. (Original publication in June 1992, L. Ugelow, Ed., The Moving Soul: Newsletter for Authentic Movement; reprinted in 1993, Contact Quarterly 18[1], 54)
Ugelow, L. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, from Boston, Massachusetts]. Volume 11(3), 4.
Uretsky, L. (1996). A moving passion: On language and Authentic Movement. Volume 3(1), 7-9.
Uretsky, L. (1997). Easter moving: Thirteen women in a yurt in the Redwoods. Volume 4(2), 12.
Uretsky, L. (1999). Joy ride. Volume 6(3), 10.
 
Van Sluizer, C. (1995). Untitled. Volume 2(2), 9.
Van Sluizer, C. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Santa Rosa, California]. Volume 8(3), 18.
Van Sluizer, C. (2004). Neala [honoring Neala Haze]. Volume 11(3), 16.
Verner, C. (1999). My wing is broken. Volume 6(3), 10.

Verner, C. (2005). Sometimes I need to slow down. Volume 12(1), 20.
VerNooy, R. (2003). The racetrack is a circle: Reflections on my practice of Authentic Movement. Volume 10(1), 18-19.

Viarda, E. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Washington, D.C.]. Volume 8(3), 16
 
Wasson, A. (1995). Grabblin'. Volume 2(3), 8.
Wasson, A. (1999). What kind of work is this for a man to do? Volume 6(1), 14.
Wasson, A. (2005). Nature and Contemplative Dance. Volume 12(3), 12-13, 20.
Waterman, P. (1996). All things must pass away. Volume 3(2), 8.
Weatherhogg, A. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Rome, Italy]. Volume 8(3), 18.
Webb, J. (1994). Moving into writing. Volume 1(1), 9.
Webb, J. (1996). Making a rope. Volume 3(3), 16.
Webb. J. (1999). As the nest empties. Volume 6(3), 17.
Webb. J. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Seekonk, Massachusetts]. Volume 8(3), 9.
Webb, T. (1994). Men moving. Volume 1(1), 10.
Webb, T. (1999). Being with Dad. Volume 6(1), 11.
Webb, T. (2005). Canyon scenes: Moving within. Volume 12(3), 10-11.
Weinburd, W. (1994). Birth and witnessing. Volume 1(3), 8.
Weinburd, W. (2001). Three poems. Volume 8(2), 8.
Weinburd, W. (2004). [Writing from Moving with the Journal, 10th anniversary celebration, Woodstock, New York]. Volume 11(3), 12.
Weis, C., & Sager, P. C. (1998). Multiple perspectives: A review and interview with Cathy Weis. Volume 5(2), 7-11, 13.
Weller, L. (2003). The gift of the deer (A true story). Volume 10(3), 16-18
Whirlabout, E. (1994). 1.9.94 dyad with Dale. Volume 1(2), 9.
Whirlabout, E. (1999). Careful listening. Volume 6(3), 11.
Whitehouse, M. S. (2002). Teacher, leader, mediator. Volume 9(1), 3-7.
Windrover, E. (1996). Contemplation in action. Volume 3(3), 10.
Windrover, E. (1999). [Untitled poem]. Volume 6(3), 10.
Windrover, E. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Sunderland, Massachusetts]. Volume 8(3), 4.
Winer, P. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Bethany, Connecticut]. Volume 8(3), 15.
Witholt, A. (2000). Drawn to move, moved to draw: A journey of roots and wings. Volume 7(3), 3-4.
 
Zahner, C. (2003). Transforming shame. Volume 10(3), 3-7.
Zohar, S. (2001). [Response to September 11 from Boulder, Colorado]. Volume 8(3), 8.
 

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Art, Volume 11, Number 1
Body and Word, Volume 11, Number 2
The Collective, Volume 5, Number 3
Dreams, Volume 7, Number 1
The Fool, Volume 10, Number 2
Healing, Volume 13, Number 1
Men Speak, Volume 6, Number 1
Moving with Nature, Volume 12, Number 3
Nature, Volume 6, Number 2
Out in the World, Volume 8, Number 1
Parenting, Volume 6, Number 3
Performance, Volume 5, Number 2
Religious Practice, Volume 12, Number 2
[September 11th responses], Volume 8, Number 3
Sound, Volume 9, Number 3
Therapy, Volume 9, Number 2
 
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