|MAIRE JAANUS is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Barnard College. She is the co-editor of Reading Seminars I and II: Lacan's Return to Freud and Reading Seminar XI: Lacan's Four Fundamental Concepts. Her article Inhibition, Heautoscopy, Movement appears in The Symptom 10.
BENOÍT JACQUOT, young assistant to Margaret Duras, wrote and directed The Musician Killer (1975) starring Anna Karina, as well as thirty more films. His article, "Television," appeared in lacanian ink 21.
JORGE JAUREGUI is associate editor to lacanian ink. He has translated:
Yasmine Grasser's "Autism and the Weight of Words" in lacanian ink 1;
Jacques-Alain Miller's "Reflections on the Formal Envelope of the Symptom" in li 4; "Ethics in Psychoanalysis" in li 5; "The Desire of Lacan" in li 13; "The Desire of Lacan" (II) in li 14; "Analytical Case" in li 15; "The Experience of the Real in Psychoanalysis" in li 16; "Paradigms of Jouissance" in li 17; "Lacanian Biology - Life as Condition of Jouissance" in li 18; Alain Badiou's "Highly Speculative Reasoning on the Concept of Democracy" in li 16; "Art and Philosophy" in li 17; Gérard Wajcman's "The Work-of-the-Art" in li 17; "The Absence of the 20th Century" in li 18; François Regnault's "Art after Lacan" in li 19; "Ethics and the Theatre," Graciela Brodsky's "The Proofs of Interpretation," and Benoît Jacquot's "Television" in li 21; Massimo Recalcati's "The Anorexic Passion for the Mirror" in li 24/25; "The Empty Subject: Un-Triggered Psychoses" in li 26; "Triggering Determinants in Anorexia"in li 26; "Madness and Structure in Jacques Lacan" in li 32; and Mehdi Belhaj Kacem's "On Giorgio Agamben's Profanations." His commentary on Ronald Jones work was published in li 13.
ADRIAN JOHNSTON is Ph.D. in philosophy from SUNY at Stony Brook. His article on "Lacan's Purloined Linguistics" was published in lacanian ink 14. His essay "The Forced Choice of Enjoyment: Jouissance between Expectation and Actualization" appears in The Symptom 2, and "Non-Existence and Sexual Identity: Some Brief Remarks on Meinong and Lacan" appears in The Symptom 3. For The Symptom 8 he wrote Lightening Ontology on Slavoj Zizek.
MEHDI BELHAJ KACEM is a French author. He contributed an essay, "The Supreme Luxury," for lacanian ink 23. In li 27 he inquiries on Giorgio Agamben's Profanations, the forthcoming book of the Italian philosopher.
OLGA KIRILLOVA is a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at the University of Kiev Mohyla Academy, Ukraine. Her essay "If the French Lieutenant Never Existed, He Should Have Been Invented" appears in The Symptom 2, and "The Text of the Revenge" is featured in The Symptom 12.
RICHARD KLEIN was GP - primary care physician - in Oxford, UK. A member of the European School of Psychoanalysis, he has a psychoanalyst private practice in London. He contributed the article "Gender and Sexuation" in lacanian ink 18 and "From Identification to the Logic of the Perceived" in li 20. In The Symptom 10 appears his Lacan and Gödel.
RICHARD G. KLEIN collects Lacan-writings and is a book-dealer who lives and works in NYC. He contributes "New and Noteworthy Books" and "Jacques Lacan in English" for lacan.com and lacanian ink.
JEAN-PIERRE KLOTZ is a practicing psychoanalyst in Bordeaux, and a member of the École de la Cause freudienne. His article on "Passion in the Cure" was published in lacanian ink 2.
RICHARD KOSTELANETZ is an American writer, artist, critic, and editor of the avant-garde who is productive in many fields. In 2003 he wrote SoHo: The Rise and Fall of an Artist's Colony. In lacanian ink 30 he contributed "A Fairly Orhodox Anarchist-Libertarian"; in li 33 he contributed The Fall of SoHo reconsiderd several years later. In The Symptom 9 he contributed "Towards a Theory of the Tenured Class".
JULIA KRISTEVA is a professor of linguistics at the University of Paris VII. Among her publications in English are Desire in Language and Tales of Love. Interviewed by Josefina Ayerza in Flash Art, she talks about her book "The Samurai."
CHRISTIAN KUPKE is co-founder of the German interdisciplinary "Society for Philosophy and Sciences of Psyche." He contributed the article "The Conflicts of the Obsessional Neurotic" to The Symptom 1.
JACQUES LACAN Find his chronology, his bibliography in English and his bibliography in French. Jacques Lacan's Of Structure as the Inmixing of an Otherness Prerequisite to Any Subject Whatever, his Seminars, Kant with Sade and The Seminar on "The Purloined Letter".
ERIC LAURENT is a practicing psychoanalyst who teaches at ECF and Le Champ Freudien. He has published multiple articles in lacanian ink: "The Uses of Fantasy" (li 1); "The Certainty of Hysteria" (li 4); "A Sophism of Courtly Love" (li 20); The Jouissance Program is Not Virtual (li 35); "The Art of Extraction" (li 36); "Psychoanalytic Cities" (li 37); "Feminine Jouissance" (li 38); "The Two Sexes and the Other Jouissance" and "The Reverse of the Hysterial Symptom" (li 40); "Lacan as Analysand" and "Psychoanalysis an Our Time" (li 43/44). His articles also appear in The Symptom: "Psychoanalysis and Science" is featured in The Symptom 10, "Thoughts about the current forms of the impossible to teach" in The Symptom 12, and "Styles of Life" in The Sinthome 14.
DARIAN LEADER lives and works in London. He is the author of Lacan for Beginners. His text "The Not-All" was published in lacanian ink 8. For The Symptom 10 he collaborates with Bernard Burgoyne in A Problem of Scientific Influence.
CATHY LEBOWITZ is an editor at Art in America and a contributing editor for lacanian ink. In lacanian ink 16, she interviewed Josefina Ayerza about Sue de Beer and Laura Parnes' exhibition at Deitch Projects entitled Heidi II. In li 17, she interviewed Josefina Ayerza about Ghada Amer; in li 20 about Marlene McCarty; and in li 21 about Gary Hill and George Condo. She interviews for li 23 Josefina Ayerza about Katy Grannan and in li 24/25 about Jane and Louise Wilson. In li 26 she returns to interview Josefina Ayerza on "The Now People, Part II: Life on Earth", Inez van Lamsweerde/Vinoodh Matadin's exhibition at Matthew Marks Gallery in NYC. Her collaboration with Josefina Ayerza on Catherine Opie appears in li 27. In li 30 she reviews with Josefina Ayerza "Kohei Yoshiyuki: The Park," and in li 31 Luis Gispert, Shirin Neshat, Dawn Mellor. In li 33 she teams up with Josefina Ayerza reviewing Ridley Howard's work at Leo Koenig, Inc. in NYC, and in li 35 she interviews Josefina Ayerza about Mike Kelley, Carroll Dunham and Olaf Breuning. She contributes "Eating Alone in the Byways of Smithson" and also invterviews Josefina Ayerza about Martin Kippenberger and Sigmar Polke in li 38.
ROSINE and ROBERT LEFORT live and practice psychoanalysis in Paris where they are members of the ECF and AME. Their The First Three Lessons of the Treatment of the Wolf Child appears in The Symptom, Issue 8.
CATHERINE LIU is an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota. Her novel Oriental Girls Desire Romance was published in 1997. Her article on "Telacan: Tiananmen" was published in lacanian ink 3. And "Saturday Night Fever" was published in lacanian ink 9.
KARL LÖWITH was a german philosopher and a early disciple of Heidegger. He wrote From Hegel to Nietzsche, which describes the decline of German classical philosophy, and Meaning in History, which discusses the problematic relationship between theology and history. In The Symptom 9 appears Heidegger’s Existentialism: Political Implications.
JANET LUCAS was a professor in the English Department at the University of Toronto, and the Sociology Department at York University. Her work, "The Semiotics Of Schreber's Memoirs" is in The Symptom 4.
LILIA MAHJOUB practices psychoanalysis in Paris (France). She is an AME who is member of the EBP and ECF. She contributes to lacanian ink 32 with The Image in the Fantasy.
CHARLOTTE MANDELL is an American literary translator who has worked on Jean-Luc Nancy, Maurice Blanchot, Jean Genet, Jacques Rancière, and Jonathan Littell, among others. In lacanian ink 33 excerpts from her translation of Jean-Luc Nancy's The Fall of Sleep appear.
CHIARA MANGIAROTTI practices psychoanalysis in Venice (Italy). She is a member of the SLP and an AMP. She contributes to The Symptom 8 with "A Father in the Cut," and to The Symptom 12 with "Mysteries of Love."
DIEGO MASSON, son of André Masson, is a French conductor, composer, and percussionist. He has worked with major orchestras worldwide. His collaborative article with Judith Miller, "Lacan, Music," was featured in lacanian ink 39.
JEAN-DANIEL MATET is a French psychoanalyst of the École de la Cause freudienne and member of the World Association of Psychoanalysis. His article, "I was a father's man," appeared in lacanian ink 46.
HARRY MATTHEWS is an American writer and poet that resides in Paris. He has been a member of the Oulipo since 1972. His text "In Quest of the Oulipo" was published in lacanian ink 8.
MARCO MAUAS is a psychoanalyst currently residing in Ramat Hasharon, Israel. "A Case of Borgian Psychosis" was published in lacanian ink 14.
MAX MCGUINNESS is a teaching fellow in French at Columbia University. His translation of André Bernold's memoir of Samuel Beckett, Beckett's Friendship 1979-1989, is available from the Lilliput Press. His article, "Mallarmé, the Book," ran in lacanian ink 46.
JACQUES-ALAIN MILLER graduated from the École Normale Supérieure. He is the director of the Department of Psychanalysis of Paris VIII. He edits the journal Ornicar?.
"Jacques-Alain Miller's Perversion," by Josefina Ayerza in lacanian ink 1 comments on Jacques-Alain Miller's lecture at the 1989 Paris-New York Workshop.
He has contributed an article "Reflections on the Formal Envelope of the Symptom" to lacanian ink 4.
And "Ethics in Psychoanalysis" to lacanian ink 5.
Also "Love's Labyrinths" to lacanian ink 8,
"Joyce avec Lacan Préface" to lacanian ink 11,
and "Matrix" to lacanian ink 12.
He contributed "The Desire of Lacan" in lacanian ink 13 and 14.
"Did You Say Bizarre?," in lacanian ink 15 is the text he read in NYC, at NYU, on March 1999.
"The Experience of the Real in Psychoanalysis" appears in lacanian ink 16 and "Paradigms of Jouissance" appears in lacanian ink 17.
For lacanian ink 18 he contributed "Lacanian Biology." His "The Symptom and the Body Event" appears in lacanian ink 19 and "Pure Psychoanalysis, Applied Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy" appears in lacanian ink 20.
In lacanian ink 21 Barbara Fulks translated his "Lacan's Later Teaching."
For lacanian ink 22 he contributed "Countertransference and Intersubjectivity" and "Religion, Psychoanalysis" for lacanian ink 23.
For lacanian ink 24/25 he wrote "Introduction to the Erotics of Time".
In lacanian ink 26, appears his first rendition of "Introduction to Reading Jacques Lacan' seminar on Anxiety I".
In lacanian ink 27, appears his conclusion of his "Introduction to Reading Jacques Lacan' seminar on Anxiety II" as well as his "The Names-of-the-Father".
In lacanian ink 28, appear "Profane Illuminations" and "Detached Pieces".
In lacanian ink 29, appears "A Reading from Jacques Lacan's Seminar From an Other to the other".
In lacanian ink 30, appears "A Reading from Jacques Lacan's Seminar From an Other to the other II".
In lacanian ink 31, appear "A Reading from Jacques Lacan's Seminar From an Other to the other III", and Depression and his Philippe Sollers, un vrai roman.
In lacanian ink 32, appear "A Reading from Jacques Lacan's Seminar From an Other to the other IV", and The Other Side of Lacan.
In lacanian ink 33, appear "The Logic of the Cure", The Prisons of Jouissance, and The Phallus and Perversion.
LI34 - "The Invention of Delirium" and "The Divine Details."
LI35 - "The Wolfman part one."
LI36 - "The Wolfman part two."
LI37 - "Logics of Non-Knowledge."
LI38 - "The Economics of Jouissance."
LI39 - "Life of Lacan."
LI40 - "The Image of the Body in Psychoanalysis."
LI43/44 — "What is the Real?" & "The Real and the Semblance."
LI45 - "The Conversation," "On Lacan's Gide," "Bill to Open Marriage."
LI46 - "The Conversation - 2," "Ordinary Psychosis," "On Lacan's Gide - 2."
The Wooster Press has translated his recently published: "First Letter," "Clear Like Day Letter" and "The Tenderness of Terrorists."
ROBERT PFALLER teaches philosophy at University of Art and Industrial Design in Linz, Austria (since 1993). His work, "Negation and its Reliabilities: An Empty Subject for Ideology?" is in Issue 4 of The Symptom.
PEGGY PHELAN is a writer who teaches performance studies at New York University. She is the author of Unmarked: The Politics of Performance, and of Mourning Sex; Performing Public Memories.
Her short story "A Mall Melodrama..." was published in lacanian ink 7. "Hope" was published in lacanian ink 8. "What Is a Picture?" was published in lacanian ink 9. Most recently she contributed "Stepping into History" to lacanian ink 14 and she has also contributed a drawing to Written/Spoken/Drawn.
DANIEL PINCHBECK is an executive editor of Open City. His poem "My Inflatable You" was published in lacanian ink 7. And he has also contributed a drawing to Written/Spoken/Drawn.
PITHAMBER R. POLSANI Ph.D is Assistant Professor of Spanish at the Learning Technologies Center, University of Arizona. His work, "Like a Lizard That junks its Tail in Distress " is in Issue 4 of The Symptom.
ELLIE RAGLAND is a professor of English and Literary Theory at the University of MISSOURI. Her last book is The Logic of Sexuation. Her article "Dora and the name of the Father" is published in The Symptom 6.
HERMAN RAPAPORT is a professor of comparative literature at the University of Iowa. He wrote Between the Sign and the Gaze. His article "Destruction of the Sexual Thing" was published in lacanian ink 9.
MASSIMO RECALCATI is a practicing analyst who teaches at the Freudian Institute in Milano. He is AME of the Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis in Italy. His "The Anorexic Passion for the Mirror" is published in lacanian ink 24/25. We find him again in li 26 with his "The Empty Subject: Un-triggered Psychoses", in li 30 with "Triggering Determinants in Anorexia", and "Madness and Structure in Jacques Lacan" appears in li 32.
His article "Le tre estetiche di Lacan" appears in The Symptom 6.
FRANÇOIS REGNAULT is maître de conférences at Paris VIII. He is the author, with Jean-Claude Milner, of the seminal Dire le vers (Broché) and of Conférences d'esthétique lacanienne (Seuil). He recently collaborated in Lacan: l'écrit, l'image (Flammarion). His article Art after Lacan was published in lacanian ink 19 and Ethics and the Theatre was published in li 21. In lacanian ink 33 appear his Saintliness and Sainthood and for li 34 he wrote Dantesque Passions. li 36 features Regnault's article "Lacan's Marx." His essay on "M" appears in The Symptom 12.
FRANCES RESTUCCIA is a French writer who lived in Paris and Los Angeles. He died in 2006, in Paris. In his book Un sejour avec Lacan he minutiously recounts his analytical experience with JL, appointment by appointment. His writings appear in "To resume again..." in lacanian ink.
PIERRE REY is a full professor in the English department at Boston College. Her essay "The Taming of the Real: Zizek's Missed Encounter with Kieslowski's Insight" appears in The Symptom, Issue 2 and "The Use of Perversion: Secretary or The Piano Teacher?" appears in Issue 5.
ALAN ROWAN is a psychoanalyst and Family-Systemic Psychotherapist. He is head of the Psychoanalytic Serivce Middlesex University, London. His article, "Love Versus 'Symptomatic Love'," appeared in lacanian ink 40.
|RICHARD RORTY was a professor of humanities at the University of Virginia. Between his highly influential books is Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity. Josefina Ayerza interviewed him for Flash Art.
|RAPHAEL RUBINSTEIN is a poet and art critic, who lives and works in New York City. His recent publications are The Basement of the Café Rilke and Peintures Croisées. His most recent book is Postcards from Alphaville. He has contributed "Preface" to lacanian ink 5, "Three Conclusions" to li 7, "Cuarto 105" to li 8, "A Cameo" to li 9, "A Visit to East Wallingford, Vt." to li 10, "Italics" to li 11, "Poste Restante" to li 12, "From Two Small Notebooks" to li 13, and "Two Mexican Poems" to li 16. "Via S. Zaccaria 4" appears in li 21. For The Symptom 3, he contributed "The Saint-Etienne Poems." For The Symptom 10, he contributed Three Poems.
FRANÇOIS SAUVAGNAT is a psychoanalyst, Professor & Chair, Psychopathology, Université de Rennes-II, France. He contributed the article "Fatherhood and naming in J.Lacan's works" to The Symptom 3.
SCOTT SAVAIANO is a translator who lives and works in NYC. He rendered into English Alain Badiou's "The Formulas of L'étourdit" for lacanian ink 27.
RENATA SALECL is a researcher at the Institute of Criminology, Ljubljana. Her most recent book is, The Spoils of Freedom: Psychoanalysis and Feminism after the Fall of Socialism. She has contributed "The Right Man and the Wrong Woman" to lacanian ink 6, and "Never, Will I Stoop to Wanting Anything Else" to li 10.
STUART SCHNEIDERMAN has been a member of the faculty in English of Lacan in Paris. His most recent book is Saving Face. With Josefina Ayerza in Flash Art he talked about "Art, Pornography, and the Power of Seduction." His article "The Worst Perversion" was published in lacanian ink 6, and "Minds, Bodies, and Other Problems" was published in lacanian ink 7. For lacanian ink 24/25 he wrote The Boy Who Cried Wolf. His article "Affects" appears in The Symptom, issue 6.
BARRY SCHWABSKY is an art critic and poet living in New York City. His article "The Rustle of Painting" was published in lacanian ink 9.
ANNA SHANE is a psychoanalyst based in San Francisco. She recently edited Four Lessons of Psychoanalysis by Moustafa Safouan. She contributed "The Technique of Lacanian Pschychoanalysis" to The Symptom, issue 6.
CHARLES SHERPHERDSON teaches in the Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts and in the Psychoanalytic Studies Program at Emory University. He is the author of Vital Signs: Nature, Culture, Psychoanalysis, The Epoch of the Body, and The Ethics of Female Love. In The Symptom 10 appears his Lacan’s Reading of The Visible and the Invisible.
MICHEL SILVESTRE was a psychoanalyst in Paris. He was a member of l'...cole de la Cause freudienne. He wrote Demain la psychanalyse. His article "Conducting the Hysteric's Cure" appears in The Symptom, issue 6.
PIERRE SKRIABINE works as psychoanalyst in Paris. He is a member (AME) of the Ecole de la Cause freudienne, and at present member of its Statutory Council. He contributed the article "Some Moral Failings Called Depressions" to The Symptom, issue 1.
COLETTE SOLER is a practising psychoanalyst and a member of l'École de la Cause freudienne. Her article "Ethics in the Cure" was published in lacanian ink 2. And "The Real Aims of the Analytic Act " was published in lacanian ink 5.
PHILIPPE SOLLERS, a personal friend of J. Lacan's, made him a character in Femmes, 1983. He is also the founder of the journals Tel Quel and L'Infini. His article, "Lacan," appears in lacanian ink 39.
SUSAN SPITZER has translated a number of Alain Badiou's writings, including "For Today Plato: The Republic" in lacanian ink 34, "Reducing the Sophist to Silence" in lacanian ink 35, "Disciplines of the Body" in lacanian ink 36, "The Philosophy of Government" in lacanian ink 37, "Women and Families" in lacanian ink 38, and the book "Five Lessons on Wagner" (Verso, 2010).
THOMAS SVOLOS directs the Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis in Omaha, Nebraska, A.P. and member of The New Lacanian School. His article "The Great Divide" appears in lacanian ink 18, and "Past and Future of Psychoanalysis" appears in The Symptom, Issue 1. He ccontributed to The Symptom, Issue 7 with Counter-transference is the Symptom of the Analyst. In lacanian ink 31 he contributes with Ordinary Psychosis. In The Symptom 10 he elaborates further on the subject in Ordinary Psychosis in the age of the sinthome and the semblant.
SILVIA TENDLARZ is a psychoanalyst based in Buenos Aires. Between her most recent books is Las mujeres y sus goces. Her text "Asesinato en una escuela" appears in The Symptom 6. For The Symptom, Issue 8 she contributes with Amores y muerte de Virginia Wolf.
LYNNE TILLMAN is a writer based in New York City. Her most recent book is The Velvet Years: Warhol and the Factory 1965-1967. Her text "Next to Nothing" was published in lacanian ink 11
FABIEN TRÉMEAU is a psychoanalyst who lives and works in New York City and France. To lacanian ink 5, he contributed "Ai No Korrida: The Cutting Edge of Feminine Eroticism".
QUINCY TROUPE won the 1980 American Book Award for poetry. His book Miles: The Autubiography was published in 1990. To lacanian ink 3 he contributed "3 Poems".
MICHAEL TURNHEIM is a neuro-psychiatrist at the Vaucluse [France] Hospital and a member of l'École de la Cause freudienne. His text "Believe It or Not" was published in lacanian ink 1.
CHRIS TYSH lives and works in Michigan. She is the author of Coat of Arms; and In the Name. In The Symptom, Issue 7 she contributed with his poem Mother, I. Her text 4/sometimes murder was published in lacanian ink6.
GEORGE TYSH lives and works in Michigan. He is the author of Ovals and Echolalia. His text "Understudy" was published in lacanian ink 6.
SHAHRIAR VAGHFIPOUR lives in Tehran, Iran. He has a degree in philosophy of art and has published, in addition to novels, translations and studies on literary theory, a book titled Painting and the Real: Lacan and De Kooning. To The Symptom 10, he contributed the psychoanalytic essay "A Monster Found Everywhere." The Symptom 12 contains his piece "Benjamin, Adamite Language and Pastiche Master."
|GÉRARD WAJCMAN is a French psychoanalyst, member of of the WAP - World Psicoanalisis Association.. He wrote L'objet du siècle (Paris: Verdier, 1998). L'invention du caché is forthcoming from the same publisher. His piece "The Work-of-the-Art" appears in lacanian ink 17.
lacanian ink18 he contributed "The Absence of the 20th Century" and for lacanian ink 23 he contributed "The Birth of the Intimate" which he completed in lacanian ink 24/25 as "The Birth of the Intimate (II). For lacanian ink 29 he contributed with "Desublimation". In lacanian ink 33 appears The Animals that Treat Us Badly and he wrote A Dream of Eternity for lacanian ink 34. For lacanian ink 35 he contributes with The Universal Eye and the Limitless World. In the issue 4 of The Symptom appears "The Hysteric's Discourse". His Intime exposé, intime extorqué appears in The Symptom, Issue 8.
ROGER WARTEL is a neuro-psychiatrist, and practicing analyst, member of l'...cole de la Cause freudienne. His text "FetishesFetish" was published in lacanian ink 3.
CAROLINE WEBER teaches at the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Romance Languages, at the University of Pennsylvania. Her article, "The Giver Giveth, and the Giver Taketh Away" appears in lacanian ink 16<.
NATALIE WULFING is chair of the NLS. She is editor of the Psychoanalytical Notebooks. A psychoanalyst, she holds a private practice in London. Her article, "Lacan's Legacy: From the Universal to the Particular," appeared in lacanian ink 43/44.
SUZANNE YANG is a practicing analyst in New York City. For lacanian ink 15 she translated/edited Jacques-Alain Miller's text "Did You Say Bizarre?".
JOHN YAU is a poet and art critic. He lives and works in New York City.
"Angel Atrapado X" was published in lacanian ink 4,
"Sand" in lacanian ink 8,
"The Newly Renovated Opera House on Gilligan's Island" in lacanian ink 9,
"Hoboken Palace Gardens" in lacanian ink 10.
And "Genghis Chan: Private Eye XXIII" in lacanian ink 11.
And he also contributed a drawing to Written/Spoken/Drawn.
ARMAND ZALOSZYC is A.M.E. in l'École de la Cause Freudienne. A M.D., he practices psychiatry at the Hospices Civils de Strasbourg. His text "Sacrifice and our Destiny" was published in lacanian ink 4. His Inquiètude tu viens... appears in The Symptom, Issue 7.
MARIO ZERGHEM is a Lacanian psychoanalyst and the author of Los inclasificables de la clínica psicoanalítica among other writings. His article, "The Snares of the Other," appears in lacanian ink 45.
LILA ZEMBORIAN is a poet and critic. She directs the Creative Writing in Spanish Program at NYU and is the author of several poetry collections: Guardians of the Secret (2009) and Mauve Sea-Orchids (2007). Her poems appear in lacanian ink 38.
SLAVOJ ZIZEK is a professor at the Institute of Sociology - University of Ljubljana. His most recent books are: The Fragile Absolute, Or Why the Christian Legacy is Worth Fighting For; The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime, On David Lynch's Lost Highway; Contingency, Hegemony, Universality: Contemporary Dialogues on the Left; and Enjoy Your Symptom! Jacques Lacan In Hollywood and Out.
Find more of his writings in his Bibliography and about his life in his Biography.
With Josefina Ayerza he talked about "Hidden Prohibitions and the Pleasure Principle" in Flash Art, and "It Doesn't Have To Be a Jew" in Lusitania journal.
His text "Why does a Letter always arrive at its Destination?" was published in lacanian ink 2.
In lacanian ink 6, he contributes "In His Bold Gaze My Ruin is Writ Large."
In lacanian ink 7, "Hegel's Logic as a Theory of Ideology."
In lacanian ink 8, "Kant as a Theoretician of Vampirism."
In lacanian ink 10, he writes about "Woman is one of the names-of-the-father."
Issue number 11 contains his article "From Joyce-the-Symptom..." and issue number 12, "The Lesbian Session".
"Kant and Sade: The Ideal Couple" appeared in lacanian ink 13
In lacanian ink 14: "Femininity between Goodness and Act."
"Surplus-Enjoyment Beetween the Sublime and the Trash" appeared in lacanian ink 15, of which he spoke of at The New Museum in NYC.
In lacanian ink 16: "Welcome to the Desert of the Real," of which he spoke of at The Drawing Center in NYC.
In lacanian ink 17:"Run, Isolde, Run".
In lacanian ink 18: "Il n'y a pas de rapport religieux," of which he spoke at The Drawing Center.
"The Only Good Neighbor is a Dead Neighbor!" appears in lacanian ink 19, of which he discussed at Jack Tilton in NYC.
In lacanian ink 20: "Homo Sacer in Afghanistan".
In lacanian ink 21: "The State of Emergency Called Love".
"Hitchcock's Organs Without Bodies" appears in lacanian ink 22 and "Jews, Christians, and other Monsters" appears in lacanian ink 23.
He contributes in lacanian ink 24/25 with two essays: "The Politics of Jouissance and "Odradek as a Political Category.
He contributes to lacanian ink 26 with "Anxiety: Kierkegaard with Lacan" (on Jacques Lacan's seminar L'angoisse as well as with "The De-Sublimated Object of Post-Ideology" (on Alain Badiou's notion of "Democracy").
To lacanian ink 27 he contributes with "The Fundamental Perversion" on Lacan, Dostoyevsky and Islam Fundamentalism, and "The Cunning of Reason: Lacan as Reader of Hegel".
For lacanian ink 28 he wrote "A Letter Which Always Arrive at its Destination."
For lacanian ink 29 he wrote "Materialism, or the Inexistence of the Big Other."
For lacanian ink 30 he wrote "From objet a to Subtraction."
For lacanian ink 31 he wrote "Eugene Onegin, a Russian Gay Gentleman."
For lacanian ink 32 he wrote "Why Lacan Is Not a Heideggerian."
For lacanian ink 33 he wrote "Josephine le sinthome."
For lacanian ink 34 he wrote "Hermeneutic Delirium."
For lacanian ink 35 he wrote "Leave the Screen Empty!"
For lacanian ink 36 he wrote "Plagiarizing from the Future."
For lacanian ink 37 he wrote "Hegel, Sex and Marriage."
For lacanian ink 38 he wrote "The Grandmother's Voice."
LI40 — "God as the Big Other"
LI41/42 — "Wagner and Consequences"
LI43/44 — "A Staged Real"
His essay "Can Lenin Tell Us About Freedom Today?" appears in the first issue of The Symptom and his book Welcome to the Desert of the Real, published by The Wooster Press [out of print] appears in its entirety in The Symptom 2.