September  2012
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Time: Friday, Sept. 14, 5:00p – Sunday, Sept. 16, 1:30pm
Location: EarthRise Retreat Center at The Institute of Noetic Sciences, Petaluma, CA, USA
Presenter: Jason K. Norris of Lucid Drum

Description: Hand drummers unite! Join us in nature and sacred space as we explore interconnectedness through rhythm, look at the field of rhythm psychology and the science of entrainment, awaken our own secret rhythms, and deepen our understanding of hand drumming as a path to the mystical, psychic, and healing dimensions.

More info and Registration:


For anyone interested in their own dreams
• 5:30 PM Friday September 21 to 3:00 PM, Sunday, September 23, 2012
• At a FIVE STAR retreat center near Greensboro in Stoneville, NC
• Led by Tom Lane, D. Min.

A Heartwarming Time Away to:
• Learn essential wisdom your dreams have come to tell you.
• Discover their specific meanings for your own health & wholeness.
• Enjoy a depth of camaraderie with other men and women at a FIVE STAR retreat center not far from Greensboro, North Carolina (USA)
For more information, contact Tom immediately at (336) 545-1200 or

Please share this information -- forward to your other interested friends today! Send them the link

Hurry -- Registration may close Friday, September 7, 2012.

Don't miss the other Conferences Tom hosts this October: 


North of Eden founders Marc Bregman and Christa Lancaster will present a five-day intensive retreat at the beautiful Hollyhock Retreat Center on Cortes Island in British Columbia, October 12-17. In the presence of the ocean’s rhythms, among the mysterious ancient cedars, and with spectacular views of the coastal mountain ranges, Hollyhock is Canada’s leading center for lifelong learning, well-being, and spiritual growth. It offers an ideal backdrop for a deep and intimate journey into the power and the mystery of the archetypal realm of dreams.

Participants at this retreat will have the opportunity to descend into the archetypal realm of dreams in a deep, visceral form of group enactment called String Work. This lively engagement with dreams, developed by Marc Bregman and Christa Lancaster, brings unconscious elements to light, allowing the dreams to be felt in the body and encouraging each person to descend into the archetypal realm where old hurt or trauma may be buried.

Join us for the adventure of a lifetime. For more information about this retreat and about Archetypal Dreamwork:


Bob and Lynne Hoss will be holding a 2-day weekend training Workshop on the Dream To Freedom™ technique: combining dream and energy work to clear emotional conflict and trauma.
October 27-28, 2012 at the Airport Embassy Suites, San Francisco, California.

Instructors will be Dawson Church (EFT Universe) Bob and Lynne Hoss (IASD & DreamScience).

Participants will learn the science and psychology of dream and energy work and how to use of the Dream To Freedom™ protocol for identifying and clearing emotional barriers to healing and closure.

Click here for information and registration or go to 



Patricia Garfield was delighted to chat with Kelly Sullivan for a full hour July 30th on her radio blog, D-Spot.  Their discussion about Dream Amulets and Common Dream Themes was aired to a mind-boggling one million listeners.  


Hear Dr. Marcia Emery on her radio program "The Partnership of Intuition and Dreams" Thursday, at 5pm PT or 8pm ET on Voice America, 7th Wave Channel. The show will be archived on the website following the program. Go to to hear past programs and see the lineup for upcoming shows.

The September lineup is:

Sept  6     
Helen Stewart    
Seven Seconds Intuitive Decision Making

Sept 13     
Ryan Hurd         
Lucid Dreaming Immersion

Sept 20     
Marcey Shapiro  
Transforming Your Health with Dreams

Sept 27     
Justina Lasley    
Unblocking Emotional Barriers through Dreamwork



Naoatsu Aoyama, a journalist from the Japanese national paper The Asahi Shinbun, published a feature on dreams on Sunday, August 5. Under the title “Captivated by Dreams,” he talked about diverse dream-related topics: lucid dreams, dreams and literature, neuroscience of dreams, dreams and REM sleep, types of dreams, dreams and films, REM behavior disorder, dream analysis, dreams and community building, and dreams and the recent earthquakes.

The journalist joined a Stephen LaBerge workshop on lucid dreaming during which he had a lucid dream. However he remained skeptical about the effects of lucid dream practice on self-growth.

Most notably he reported two dreams that occurred after the disastrous earthquakes and tsunamis that hit the Northeastern coast of Japan last year. Both depicted corpses, but one was disturbing and the other was comforting.
During the Berkeley conference, he uttered that this special issue would be “the first and last” of its kind. I strongly wish otherwise, because the membership in Japan has been growing. This year we went from three original members to six members, basically doubling in number. Hopefully this trend continues and many good dreamers in Japan will be enlightened by IASD.

The articles can be viewed in English at or in Japanese

Submitted by Misa Tsuruta




Two dream workers, Terry Anderson and Jeremy Taylor, came up with the idea for wordless “I'm a Dreamer” lapel pins to give away to active dreamers to help them recognize one another at large gatherings, and to celebrate the burgeoning movement of diverse people involved with the various contemporary practices of exploring dreams and dreaming in “dream groups” involving other people. The final result is an elegant cloisonné oval, an inch across at the widest point, depicting an open eye in the center of a golden spiral on a purple background, symbolizing that the wearer is a person who pays regular attention to his/her dreams, as well as the dreams of other people.

The first 300 of these stylish little pins have already been manufactured and are now being distributed free within networks of dreamers on the West Coast of the U.S. and Canada, the mid-Hudson Valley of New York State, central New Hampshire, and also in Seoul, Korea.

The manufacturer, PinDepot, of Oviedo, Florida, does not sell the pins in lots any smaller than 100. All people interested in this culture-building effort are welcome to purchase pins in batches of 100 or more and start distributing them. The best way to do this is to call PinDepot on their toll-free line – 800-803-2879 – and ask for the pin by name: “I'm a Dreamer”. And, of course, people are also welcome to make their own pins, copying this initial design, or modifying it to suit the needs and desires of different groups of dreamers and dream workers.



John Baumgold
Karen Benson
Janice Matturro
Jane Maxfield
Kathie McCutcheon
Peter Nagels
Theresa O’Bryan
Roberta Olin
Lisa Shinervo
Indigo Som
Anonymous 1


Dugas Alberte
Mary Amstutz
Susan Baragia
Paule Marie Boucher
Jeanne Van Bronkhorst
Maria Cernuto
Nicoline Douwes Isema-Schieber
Linda Dudley
Angela DuPont
Elizabeth Freeman
Toby Heathcotte
Sven Hedenrud
Hanny Lynch
Carol Malady
Heather Peace
J. William Pezick
Mena Potts
Dorothy Renner
Bev Rosevear-Kaho
Sharon Smith-Mattewes
Matt Tabrizi
Bonnie Tarwater
Jeremy Taylor
Misa Tsuruta
Anonymous 1



FREE PsiberDreaming Conference Registration for New IASD Members

Join Host Jean Campbell this year in the Eleventh Dimension, as IASD's popular PsiberDreaming Conference enters its eleventh year of online dreaming from Sunday, September 23 through Sunday, October 7, 2012. Yes, it's online all the time for two weeks. Dream Telepathy, precognitive dreams, lucid dreaming, creative works developed from dreams...all aspects of psi dreaming are up for discussion.

As always, we recommend that you encourage your friends who are not yet IASD members to join now--and receive the full two-week conference as a free introduction to the global dream community.

For those who are already members:

Register now at: 
PDC Conference Rates:
General Public $45 (USD)
IASD Members $40
Students with Valid I.D. $30


We invite all dreamers to share their dream-inspired artwork in the PsiberDreaming Art Gallery. This is an international open call for painters, photographers, conceptual digital graphic designers, fiber artists, collage creators, and dream doodlers.

We especially invite submissions relating to this year’s conference theme: The 11th Dimension. We’re entering PsiberDreaming’s second decade, and artwork looking toward the future of dreaming is encouraged.
Please complete the entry form available at

The PsiberDreaming Art gallery is always a huge hit for participants and gallery visitors, drawing submissions from professional artists as well as those making their first attempt in a new medium. Please send high quality .jpg images and text to for incorporation into the gallery. Early submissions are encouraged.

Eligibility: Original artwork in any medium about or inspired by dreams. This is open to ALL, artists and non-artists, professional and personal. If you have connected artistically to a dream through imagery, sketches, photography, or audio, you are welcome to submit your work to be contributed to the gallery.

Limit: Maximum of five (5) images per artist.
Anyone under the age of 18 must submit parental permission with signature in order to be included in the show. Explanatory text MUST accompany each image. Images without text will not be considered.

Art Gallery Deadline: Midnight, EDT, September 9, 2012.


The Venue • Virginia Beach Resort Hotel and Conference Center is located on the beach at 2800 Shore Drive in Virginia Beach, Virginia with sweeping views of the Cape Henry bay. The hotel provides complimentary bicycles, a fully-equipped health club, pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and a professional massage service. Located less than a mile from a wildlife sanctuary at First Landing State Park, your experience will include cypress swamp, salt marsh, maritime forest, freshwater wetlands and dunes, as well as the bay shoreline.

The Conference will feature three world-renowned keynote speakers, over 160 presenters from around the globe, an opening reception, the Dream Art Exhibition and reception, a Dream Hike, the annual Dream Telepathy Contest, the ever popular costume Dream Ball, and other fun special events appropriate to the beachside location.

Submissions • High quality proposals are invited addressing any of the following tracks: Research and Theory; Arts and Humanities; Culture and Anthropology; Education; Religion, Spirituality and Philosophy; Clinical Approaches; Dreamwork Practices; Extraordinary, PSI and Lucid Dreams; Dreams and Healing (new track this year); and especially the Dream Castles Conference Theme.
Submission Categories include: Paper Presentations; Symposia; Panels; Workshops; Special Events or Major Presentations; Morning Dream Groups; and Research Hot-off-the-Press and Poster Papers. All submissions must be made online.

Deadline for submissions is 15 December 2012
(1 March 2013 for Hot-off-the-Press and Poster Sessions)

Go to for submission instructions

2013 Confirmed Keynote speakers:

Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche is one of only a few masters of the Bön Dzogchen tradition presently living in the West. Tenzin Rinpoche is founder of the Ligmincha Institute near Charlottesville, Virginia, and is author of The Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep.

Kevin Todeschi is the Executive Director and CEO of Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment and Atlantic University. Author of twenty books and a nationally recognized resource on the interpretation of dreams and symbols, Kevin has taught thousands of students the art of dream interpretation.


We are looking for Tee Shirt Designs for the 2013 IASD Conference at Virginia Beach: Dream Castles in the Sand. While the design doesn’t have to be a dream sand castle, we will be considering the most appropriate designs for the final selection.

Send your ideas in jpg format to Richard Wilkerson at

Final entry date, November 1, 2012. Designs will be chosen early 2013.

We will need a b&w design, though the color of the tee-shirt is still undecided. For now treat as black design on white tee-shirt. We will need to have or add: International Association for the Study of Dreams, and also possibly the year, 2013, and the site, Virginia Beach, Virginia.


The IASD Nominating Committee is soliciting recommendations for members to serve on the Board of Directors for the term beginning in July 2013. Nominees should be members in good standing who are willing to serve. Please send your recommendations to Laurette Dupuis, Nominating Committee Chair, at by December 31, 2012.


We are pleased to announce that the anonymous donor who has generously provided funding for the Student Research Award for the past seven years has graciously agreed to provide matching funds for the 2013 competition! The IASD board of trustees will provide the balance of funds.

As in previous years, there will be two $500 awards. The first is for the best student submission of original scientific research on dreams and dreaming. The second is for the best submission of original historical, literary, artistic, or theoretical research. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to submit papers. Please view the following for additional details:

All participants must submit their presentations in electronic form, preferably through email to or if necessary by mailing the files, copied to a CD or a DVD, to the IASD office by March 15, 2013.

IASD-Student Research
1672 University Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94703 USA
Mark on any mailed box "OK to leave on porch."

Text submissions must not exceed 6,000 words. Participants should submit text in MS Word, and artwork in .jpg, .tif, or .pdf formats.
Participants may also electronically submit videos in AVI formats, or music in MIDI or MPS formats. In the case of papers with multiple authors – in terms of the ideas presented as well as the description of the results – the contestant must indicate clearly, in either the text of the paper or in an accompanying letter, what portions are the submitter’s work.

Submissions must include a copy of your student ID. Alternatively, you can fax a copy to the IASD Office at 1-209-724-0889, or scan and email an attachment to Include a note or cover letter that this is for the IASD Student Research Award. Participants must specify which of the two awards they are applying for.

Winners will be announced at the IASD annual conference, which will be held at the Virginia Beach Resort & Conference Center, Virginia Beach, VA, June 21 - 25, during the General Membership Meeting, presently scheduled for Sunday, June 23 at 3:45 pm.

Curtiss Hoffman, Ph.D.
Student Research Awards Chair


From David L. Kahn, Minnesota, U.S.

Some of my earliest life memories are dreams. It wasn’t until my teen years that I learned not everyone recalls dreams nightly. It was during those same years that I began to have lucid dreams, which led to reading books by Stephen LaBerge and further expanding my overall interest in dreams. I have kept a dream journal for many years. Notes I took about my dreams eventually took form and turned into articles and a book, and through a series of synchronicities led me to IASD.

My business experience combined with my interest in dreams has brought me to the Treasurer’s position with IASD, as well as some other projects. Database design is an area of business that I have been involved with for years, and recently I have partnered with another programmer to develop an internet-based dreamwork program for professional use. The database will be designed mainly for therapists, with patients having the ability to enter or edit his or her dreams. The program is functional with different interpretation techniques and is designed mostly to easily enter, track, sort, and categorize dreams and aspects of dreams such as characters, locations, actions or objects. Groups of dreams can then be filtered to find trends and meanings.

I look forward to my continued work with IASD and to living the dream each day.

From Membership Chair, Diane Greig Rickards

Thank you David L. Kahn, IASD treasurer and member from Minnesota, U.S., for contributing to the Membership News this month. David’s website, will be up and running soon. Check it out for more information and to discover how to track various dream attributes!

If you are interested in contributing to the Membership News, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Be sure to join our Facebook group page. We have 591 friends and growing! In addition, let your Facebook friends know about IASD’s fan page (with 1232 Likes), and its website ( Also, check out IASD’s new page on Google+.


It is a bittersweet task to give you the news that I am leaving as Regional Committee Chair for IASD. As you know, our regional development has flourished in the past several years building on the contributions of many who preceded me and the formation of the Regional Reps network, now 66 strong. Our regional conferences have been remarkably successful and have encouraged growth in membership and enhanced international presence. I trust that these activities can and will continue, and I invite members of the Regional Reps network and other IASD members to consider how you might contribute your initiative and leadership to the next chapter in our regional development. So, it is hard to say goodbye, but also good to celebrate the fulfillment of our dreams of a truly global IASD presence in diverse geographic locales.

I want to share with you my letter to the Board and Management Team of IASD:

Dear IASD Board of Directors,

Please receive my resignation as Regional Committee Chair of IASD. It is with regret and sadness that I tender this resignation as the regional development of IASD has been and is of great import to me as it is to our whole organization. A complex set of organizational and personal factors have necessitated my stepping down from this position at this time.

I am grateful for the opportunities I have had to serve IASD and feel proud of the work that has been accomplished in the regional development of this organization and the other areas in which I have served. Many have contributed to these successes and I trust that new leadership will emerge from the strong Regional Reps network and other arenas of IASD to further the regional and global visions for IASD.

Best wishes,

Jodine Grundy
IASD Regional Chair
August 30, 2012

Going Forward

For the near term, let’s focus on these outstanding current regional events and read about them in this column:

• Upcoming Bern, Switzerland Conference, Daniel Erlacher, host
• Recent Melbourne, Australia event showcasing collaboration of
Australia & New Zealand, Ilana Laps (AU) Margaret Bowater (NZ)
• Toronto Quarterly Regional, Sept. 23, 2012, Mara Zadnoff, host.
• Boston Regional at Regis College, January 2013, Curt Hoffmann, host,
• Montreal, CA: Colloque Reve III, April 2013. Claude Desloges, host.

For the future I leave these “seeds” shared and planted at the Berkeley Conference that hopefully will be tended & reaped by the IASD community, especially by the Regional Reps network.

• Develop webinars & other forms of teleconferencing or Skype to bring international presenters into regional events without the cost of physical travel.
• Engage seasoned regional hosts to consult with and train new hosts on regional program planning.
• Form “sister regions”: pair two or more regions for exchange, mutual support & development.
• Create info and training video on regionals.

Current and Upcoming Regional Events 2012-2013

“The Dream Connection”: 4th IASD European Regional Conference
September 7-9, 2012 Bern, Switzerland.

Daniel Erlacher, with the help of his IASD Regional Committee, will host a substantive and most interesting program, realization of several years of planning. This Friday evening, Saturday & Sunday conference aims to have a wide range of papers and workshops on a variety of topics from different perspectives. These include cross-cultural studies, nightmares, lucid dreams, dreams and religion, women’s dreams, children’s dreams, dreams and education, using dreams for therapeutic purposes and dreams and creativity.

The Keynote addresses, panels of speakers & workshops will reflect these themes and morning dream groups will add an experiential component. Presenters coming from 14 different countries will deliver 24 paper presentations and 8 workshops. Daniel Erlacher reports receipt of over 50 registrations to date and the organizers look forward to further registrations till the start of the conference.

Keynote speakers are:
- Prof. Thomas Metzinger (University of Mainz, Germany)
“Minimal Phenomenal Selfhood and the First-Person Perspective“
- Dr. med. Ralf Binswanger (Zürich, Switzerland)
“A Renewed Approach to Freudian Dream Theory”
- Dr. Lutz Wittmann (University Hospital Zürich, Switzerland)
“Dreams and Trauma”

Information at IASD website, Bern Conference Homepage:

Toronto Quarterly Regional: Sunday, September 23rd, 10-4, 2012

Host: Mara Zadnoff, Regional Representative. The meeting will take place in Toronto, location to be determined.

This regular Toronto Regional meeting will feature a presenter, dream sharing time, and IASD development work. Toronto members who attended the IASD annual conference will each take 2 minutes to share their experiences followed by group discussion of this special IASD experience. The September speaker, Patti Allen, MA, will speak about “embodying the dream, a shift of perspective” in her talk called “My Body, My Dreams.”

For more information:
Contact: Mara Zadnoff

Melbourne, Australia & Auckland, New Zealand Regional Collaboration
“Dreams in Action with Margaret Bowater” August 2012
Host: Ilana Laps, Presenter: Margaret Bowater

“Learning from Unexpected Guests - how a dream led to regional cooperation.”

It’s not about massacre”, my friend reassures me, as Hitler strides towards me down a narrow corridor, “It’s about myth.”

And then I wake up. A few hours later, I share my dream in a workshop with Margaret Bowater as part of “Healing Pathways: Dreams & Imagination”, Australasia’s very first conference on dreams. Needless to say, the room falls silent. I’ve pulled the Hitler card.

“Well,” says Margaret carefully, after inviting me to draw my dream on a whiteboard, “how would you feel about . . . embodying Hitler?”

And isn’t that just the thing with dream work? One moment I’m eating cereal with colleagues, the next I’m embodying the most shameful and terrifying man in my ancestral history.

And strangely, he was very polite. “You don’t have to call me Sir”, he said. “I’m just a man.” He’d come to warn me, he told Margaret, who was interviewing him with her unique and skillful blend of Psychodrama and Gestalt techniques, about the dangers of archetypal power, about the potential for corruption, exploitation, and for that dreaded phenomena in dream circles everywhere: inflation.

The dream was as poignant a warning for me as it was for everyone in the group. Margaret and I had worked together for only half-an-hour, but we all felt somehow bonded to after that.

Margaret is New Zealand’s representative to IASD and I am the representative for Melbourne, AU. I immediately invited her to Melbourne to train practitioners in my community to work dynamically with dreams. She agreed, and several months later I was hosting Dream Lab’s first international guest speaker in my home.

“Dreams in Action with Margaret Bowater” was a sold-out weekend intensive for professionals and experienced dreamers. Educators, counsellors and dedicated dreamers came to learn from Margaret’s decades of experience, and try her techniques themselves. Trauma revealed through dreams was a powerful topic, as were paranormal experiences and unconscious ancestral inheritance.

I’m a psychotherapist in private practice, and the week after Margaret’s workshop a new client arrived wanting a private dream consultation. Little did she know that within an hour both she and I would be on our knees embodying a dream dog who had stuck its muzzle into her ear. “My god,” she said, after I’d interviewed the dog and we’d returned to two legs. “That dog, it’s me. I had no idea I felt like that.”

And I knew exactly how she felt. Because I also had no idea I felt like that about the archetypal symbols which fill my dream journals. My dream of Hitler was an instant teaching in humility and conscious boundaries.

Moreover, my dream was a reminder that if we let them, our dreams are keen on bringing us back into community. My dream bonded me not only with a group in Sydney, but created an ancient tie between Margaret and I, which has now spread its gifts through the Dream Lab community in Melbourne.

No matter who or what visits you in your dreams, if you can bear it, give it chance to speak. From one dream respectfully handled, hundreds of people can benefit.

By Ilana Laps, Psychotherapist & Founder, Dream Lab
Regional Representative, Melbourne, Australia

New England, USA Regional: “The Creative Power of Dreams”
January 12, 2013, Regis College, Weston, MA. Host: Curtiss Hoffman

For millennia, creative people in all cultures have relied upon their dreams for inspiration. Come and celebrate the creative power of dreams at this one-day IASD regional conference! Keynote speakers are Deirdre Barrett, the author of The Committee of Sleep, and Ernest Hartmann, the author of The Nature and Functions of Dreaming. In addition, there will be a performance of excerpts from Curtiss Hoffman’s Gilgamesh Cantata, based on dream texts from C.G. Jung’s Red Book and using musical themes derived from dreams. Additional speakers will present papers on various aspects of dreaming and creativity.

Pre-registration will be available by late October, as well as a more complete listing of speakers and topics and transportation information for getting to Regis College. Registration will be $68 for IASD members, $78 for non-members, and $48 for students and those with limited incomes. This fee includes registration and a catered lunch.

Contact: Curtiss Hoffman,

Colloque Reve III, Montreal Regional Conference
Hotel Auberge Universel, April 13, 2013, Host: Claude Desloges
Program details to be announced.
Contact: Claude Desloges,

Regional Representatives Network

Please check the IASD website for up-to-date names and contact information for the regional representative in your area. The Regional Representative webpage is divided into regions, making your search more user-friendly. If you do not have a Regional Rep for your area, consider volunteering to become one! You could serve an important networking role for IASD.

To volunteer to become a Regional Representative, or for corrections or feedback on member contacts, contact Claude Desloges:


Following their presentation on INTEGRAL DREAMING at the Berkeley Conference, Fariba Bogzaran and Daniel Deslauriers were enthusiastically invited to make a presentation in French in Montreal. Having already planned a summer family visit to Montreal, they generously accepted.

The event was held on August 6 and hosted jointly by the IASD Quebec Regional Committee and L’Arc-en-ciel. There were 64 registrations within just a few days and many were attending an IASD conference for the first time.

Fariba and Daniel presented highlights from their recently published book, Integral Dreaming, putting forward a holistic vision of dreams. Joining science with depth psychology, they described dreaming as an integrative and purposeful state of consciousness, poised at the boundary between self, community, and the natural world, proposing a way of being with dreams that fosters creative expression and insights, and the cultivation of awareness. The question period was lively and the enthusiasm palpable.

The organizers of this event are most grateful to Fariba and Daniel for making space during their vacation to present their workshop to the French speaking dream community of Québec.

The next IASD Montreal Annual Conference is scheduled for Saturday, 13 April 2013.

KID LUCID - By Al Moniz


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Submissions by IASD members should be e-mailed to the IASD Dream-News editor.

Please limit your articles to 200 words. The article title should be entirely in capital letters. Any article sub-headings should be in upper and lowercase. Submissions can be submitted in the body of an email message or as an attachment. When sending attachments please include, in the body of the e-mail, your name and an indication that it is an IASD Dream-News item. Acceptable files for attachments are Microsoft Word and Rich Text Format (RTF). E-News articles should be submitted in the following format: Verdana font, 12pt., and black ink. No words should be bolded, underlined, or italicized. Feel free to include photos as attachments. Do not imbed photos or logos in text.

The editor reserves the right to shorten and/or edit articles for clarity and to fit space restrictions.
Articles over 200 words may be heavily edited. IASD reserves the right to accept or reject any article.

IASD members who would like to inform other members of their presentations, lectures, or workshops should submit their names, the titles of the events, the dates, and locations. Please also include either an e-mail address, website, or phone number so that IASD members can contact you for additional information. Submission of book tour dates and lecture series are limited to the following:
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Members should include the IASD member name, the name of the show or publication, the date, and the topic discussed.

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