March Newsletter

March Highlights from 
Chiron Publications
Attend Virtual Book Launch of Simply Being 
You are invited to attend the virtual book launch of Simply Being.  Published earlier this year by Chiron Publications, Simply Being is a celebration of the various facets of life, its blessings, beauties, and challenges. Exploring the richness of our manifold existence seen through the many different lenses beyond the quotidian and the mundane, Roula-Maria Dib looks at the multifariousness of reality and nuances of the self with its different roles and experiences, peeking into the parallel worlds of myth, and art, which infuse our everyday life.
Roula-Maria Dibb will be launching the book on March 17 at the AUD Indelible Festival of Literature, which she is organizing at the American University in Dubai. To register, click here.
Chiron Authors on Speaking of Jung Podcast

Listen to the following Chiron authors who have recently joined Laura London on her podcast Speaking of Jung:

March Book of the Month
The Dreams of
John Adams and Benjamin Rush

Paperback Original Price $12.99
On Sale for $6.49

The letters of John Adams and Benjamin Rush depict the friendship that grew between the two as the course of history brought change into their lives and forced them to change themselves.

Of particular interest are the dreams both Founding Fathers described in their letters and the evidence Sheila Zarrow has uncovered about how they considered the effects of their dreams.

Friendship and Healing explores one bright thread in the history of our country through the letters and dreams of two men who were there at its beginning.
A monthly get-together for Jungian creatives 
from both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds
This monthly event allows Jungian artists, poets, and musicians to share their work (within 5–10-minute time slots) in a laid-back setting. The purpose is to build an international community of Jungian creatives and to find a fun, informal way for cultivating a shared artistic space under the umbrella of “active imagination.” 
Unlike formal lectures, Psychreative is a casual social gathering that allows Jungian artists and art fans from around the world to connect with one another through shared creativity.
The first event will be this Saturday, March 13, at 6 pm (London time), lasting around 90 minutes.
Professor Susan Rowland will be giving an opening talk on Jung and creativity, followed by a reading of some of her creative writing. Other creatives presenting are: Andrea Tossatto, Greg Mahr, Elizabeth Nelson, Inez Martinez, Hedy Habra, Gelareh Khoie, Bianca Reynolds, Claude Barbre, and Chiron author Roula-Maria Dib..
If you are interested in attending, you may register on the following link
Chiron Publications, PO Box 19690, 28815, Asheville, United States