Joan H. Lee wrote:
> GNSI people are neat. Two other books you
> might want to check out about why we behave as we do in this culture. Both
> by Alphie Kohn, NO CONTEST (the case against competition), and THE BRIGHTER
> SIDE OF HUMAN NATURE (on altruism & empathy). I mention them because I
> continue to be happily amazed at the sense of cooperation and sharing from
> the GNSI crowd (as, sadly, opposed to the general competitive and hostile
> atmosphere in the graphic arts professions).
These sound like interesting books. Thanks for the recommendations. And
I've enjoyed your comments, lately.
I've been sorting through some old files and just came across one of the
old Journals of NSI (Vol. 2 No. 2, but can't find a date on it anywhere)
Your article, The Human Skeleton in Expressive Art, appears in it, and
is fascinating! I'd love to check out some of your other stuff - do you
have a list of your works (not only articles on art, but your fiction,
Speaking of GNSI people being neat, your bio is quite interesting - you
sound like the consummate Renaissance woman! Are you a lawyer, as well,
and if so, does that mean we can pick your brain on legal issues? Sorry,
but I can't resist all the questions!
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