2007 – HELEN MIRANDA WILSON – ROBERT JAY LIFTON

Helen Miranda Wilson
“I feel more or less satisfied when I finish any piece I’ve made with my hands, weather it’s a cake or a picture. It’s completed when it’s perfect. My favorite definition of perfection: something is perfect when there is nothing I wish different about it — nothing more wanted.”

— Helen Miranda Wilson

Robert Jay Lifton
“There is a way that my work, over the
years, has taken shape for me, so that everything I’ve done feeds subsequent
work. It does change. It changes, but there
is a return, somewhat circular, perhaps
more like a mosaic. My books are mosaics.”

— Robert Jay Lifton

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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COVER FEATURE
– Helen Miranda Wilson
An Interview with Hayden Herrera
by Hayden Herrera
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COVER FEATURE
– Robert Jay Lifton
Portrait of a Public Interlectual
by Christopher Busa
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FEATURE ARTICLE
– Selina Trieff
A Wise Menagerie
by Christopher Busa
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