“On the Journey…” Art of the Human Soul

by Betty Paz What is in-depth work like from an artist’s perspective? This is what I’m here to share. Before I get into the details of my creative process I have to go back in time a few years ago when it all started. Bear with me as I take you briefly through my journey, … Read more

Daryl Sharp 1936-2019

Jungian Analyst, publisher & author, Daryl Sharp, has died.   We will have much to say in times to come. This is a place where you can add your thoughts if you wish. (Please note that any comments will be reviewed before published here, to prevent spam postings – i.e. your submitted comments won’t appear … Read more

Press Release: Two New Inner City TItles

INNER CITY BOOKS is proud to add TWO NEW TITLES to its substantial, acclaimed canon of Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts: 125. AN AMERICAN JUNGIAN: In Honor of Edward F. Edinger(Ed. George R. Elder and Dianne D. Cordic). Illustrated.ISBN 978-1-894574-26-6. 288 pages. Sewn. Index. $35/£20 This extraordinary compilation brings together essays and reviews … Read more

Jung Uncorked & The Other Side of Illness

Inner City Books has added two new titles to their extensive list of publications of Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analyst. Jung Uncorked Book Three: Rare Vintages from the Cellar of Analytical Psychology Decanted with commentaries by DARYL SHARP ISBN 9781894574242. (Book 3) Index 128 pp. 2008. $25.00 C.G. Jung died in 1961 at … Read more

Donkeys, Elephants & Jungian Psychology Unplugged

What better way of celebrating the end of a republican era than by paying tribute to the Elephant! Jungian Psychology Unplugged: My Life as an Elephant by Daryl Sharp “This warm, humorous, entertaining and beautifully written book gives an overview of Jungian Psychology . . . That’s right, warm, humorous, entertaining, beautifully written, and a … Read more

The Story Behind Inner City Books

By Daryl Sharp, Publisher and General Editor In 1980 I was 44 years old. I had returned to Toronto two years earlier from the Jung Institute in Zurich and I had a thriving practice. I had so much energy I thought I might explode. Theoretically it’s possible. E = m x c2 (squared). If you … Read more

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