The Grapevine Art & Soul Salon
Barbara has a Ph.D from New York University's drama therapy program. While in New York, she studied acting with William Hickey at the Herbert Berghof Studio in Greenwich Village and did extensive work in theater and in Montessori education for pre-schoolers. On her return to Atlanta, she became co-director of the Center for Archetypal Studies and served terms as program chair and then president of the C. G. Jung Society while practicing therapy for five years before entering a fulltime teaching career in English and humanities. Now retired, she gives full attention to writing and collaborative arts performances and to editing and publishing The Grapevine.
On the sidebar, click on Author Page, Barbara Knott for more information on Barbara's writing and upcoming events.
LINKS to articles, poems, and a story by Barbara Knott in The Grapevine:
The Art of Darkness
Sex and Death and Beetles
Reveiw of R. Cary Bynum's Night Streetcars
Tribute to Leonard Cohen
Looking into Small Worlds with Theodora Ziolkowski
Review of Noel Duffy's Summer Rain
Riffing on Molly Malone
The Legend of Abigail Jones
A Journey into Place: Review of R. Cary Bynum's Woodhall Stories. Haworth, N. J.: St. Johann Press, 2014.
From Near to Far, Review of Majok Marier and Estelle Ford-Williamson, Seed of South Sudan: Memoir of a Lost Boy Refugee, McFarland and Company, Inc., 2014.
Wallenda Walks on Air
Text of poem "Some Things Are Sacred" read by Barbara Knott at Cafe Medusa
Science Meets Soul in Metaphor
The Fluttering of Pure Life: On Disenchantment, Paying Attention, Psychic Sensuality, Praise, and Reverence
Musing on Equus
Brenda Bynum Brings Lillian Smith to the Stage
Deep Calls Unto Deep: Searching for Soul with David Miller
Interview, Part I
Interview, Part II
Review of Disturbances in the Field: Essays in Honor of David L. Miller
Elegy for Ivan on the Fifth Anniversary of His Departure
Ole! To Calo Theatre Company's Once Upon a Christmas In Olelucia
On the Open Road: A Review of Raices, Calo Gitano's dance theater performance
Brenda Bynum Unbound
Leonard Cohen and Those Who Know Secret Things
World, Woman, Wonder: Three Elements in the Art of Henry Moore, Sculptor
Cavalia: A Contextual Note
Art and Soul in Nursing: a review of Anne Webster's A History of Nursing
Taking a Stand: a review of Amanda C. Gable's The Confederate General Rides North by Barbara Knott
Angel? Muse? Daimon? Duende!
That's How the Light Gets In: A Review of R. Cary Bynum's Sea Vigil, a collection of poems published by St. Johann Press, 2008
Essence of Rosemary
Mask Theatre Production of 'The Heart of Rumi'
Searching for International Atlanta
Manners and Mystery: A review of Brenda Bynum's staged reading of letters from Flannery O'Connor to Betty Hester
Jeff Fields and Terry Kay at the Georgia Center for the Book
A Shining Long Moment of Theater Magic in Lawrenceville
Aragon Mill Village: Fiction and Photos
On Becoming Human
The Art of Darkness
LINKS to HOME PAGE writing by Barbara Knott in The Grapevine:
Issue 19: Let the Darkness Be
Issue 18: The World Imagines Itself in Human Reverie
Issue 17: A Deeper Noticing
Issue 16: Untitled
Issue 15: This Is the Way the World Ends, with a Bang and a Whimper?
Issue 14: An Ardor for the Depths
Issue 13: Truthtelling
Issue 12: Spirit and Soul
Issue 11: Nothing Human is Alien to Me
Issue 10: The Quick and the Dead
Issue 9: Mirrors
Issue 8: Sweetness
Issue 7: At Home
CONTACT BARBARA: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright 2018, Barbara Knott. All Rights Reserved.