Previous issues of
unless otherwise noted articles are by Lois Shawver
other frequent authors include Val Lewis, Tom Strong, and Tony Michael Roberts

October 1, 2000 - Quote at the top (an article on the introduction of new ways of talking), externalizing and internalizing (Tom Strong), Maturity (Jerry Shaffer), Locating the Therapist in a Postmodern Game of Show and Tell (Jude Welles), Want to Join with Us?, Who said that? (a game that PMTH subscribers have been playing), Can you Tiotol a Sopal?

August 31, 2000 - What to do With Our Urges; My Adventure into PMTH (by Jude Welles);  Following Our Bliss; Want to Read Other PMTH NEWS articles; APA 2000 according to Riet Samuels; APA Symposium with PMTH Presenters (by Riet Samuels) Humanity at the Digital Crossroads (by Riet Samuels); Online Therapy Symposium (by Riet Samuels); Performance in Therapy Research (by Tom Strong)

July 29, 2000 - McNamee and Lannamann event, what happened?; The Event Conversation: Invitation to a Conference (with Harlene Anderson); Get your copy of the New Therapist!; What Does Wittgenstein Mean by "language"? Comic Parody in Our Imaginary Therapy;  Potters, Gardeners, Shepherds and Irreverent Detectives;

June 29, 2000 - What is happening in Barb's therapy?  Our agendaless talk?  The Lyotard quote (on "self"),  Getting ready for the McNamee Event, A contingent of PMTHers at APA, What's up with Jack and Jill, Our Agendaless Talk,

June 1, 2000 -  About Our New Name, How Can Doing Imaginary Therapy Help Therapists Do Better Therapy, An Exciting New Vision, My Personal Meeting with Ludwig Wittgenstein, The Status of Judy Weintraub's therapy with Barb, The status of our imaginary therapy, What Listeners Think of Our Imaginary Therapy, An Interview with the Therapist of Imaginary Clients Jack and Jill.

May 11, 2000  - Did you miss the Gergen review?, My question for Ken Gergen, Ken Gergen's response to my question, My reflections on Ken Gergen's answer, Remember Our Imaginary Clients?, Imaginary Case Notes: Two Approaches to Talkative Jack, Imaginary Case Notes: Can Not-Knowing Be a Metanarrative?, Imaginary Case Notes: Transvaluations Everywhere, Negative Capability, Philosophical Postmodernism (Tony Michael Roberts).

April 20, 2000 - What's all the fuss about? (about Ken Gergen's book), Introducing Sheila McNamee, Social constructionism and the Deconstruction of the Real (by Sheila McNamee), The PMTH imaginary caseload, Missed an issue of PMTH NEWS?, Racing through Wittgenstein at two miles an hour, The Ken Gergen Event Happened - So How Did It Go?, Constructing a Therapeutic Language (Val Lewis), Poetic Activism as a Reason for Optimism.

March 30, 2000 - My reflections on my PMTH reflecting team experience (Val Lewis), What's happening with Jack and Jill now?, Is this a bridge we can build to Zen? (Tom Strong), Special Event - for Ken Gergen, A Deconstruction Quilt, My question for Gergen is a question for you!

March 9, 2000 - PMTH gets imaginary clients, Our fickle definitions (a discussion of Ken Gergen's new book, An Invitation to Social Construction), Are therapists Experts on Living (by Tom Strong), What's up with the New Therapist, Starlight therapy, Want to join PMTH?

Feb 17, 2000 - Another PMTH reporter (Val Lewis), Is There Wisdom in Postmodernity? (by Val Lewis), Captives of Confusion (essay on Wittgenstein), Can You Hear Our Pagan Yelps, Welcome to My Idioverse, Making Space (by Tom Strong) , Come Read with Us, Ken Gergen on the Key Threat to Therapy,

Jan 27, 2000- What does logic have to do with postmodernism? On the Nature of Truth, an article on this editions's quotation of Nick Drury - which is about provisional definitions of language, Why we Became Postmodern (by Tony Mickaels), Is Postmodernism a Metanarrative?, More on the New Therapist,

Jan 06, 2000 - On the "Not yet said", about today's quotation (by Donald Spence) on deadening metaphor , Postmodern Politics, Should Mental Diagnosis Imply a Particular Therapy?, New Therapist, The Wizard of New Zealand

Dec 16, 1999- Do postmoderns need training wheels?, Postmodern politics, Question of the Day, Today's Quote (about Wittgenstein's thought that philosophizing was therapeutic), See you in the next millenniium, Looking around the corners of time, Poetry or Narrative.

Dec 02, 1999 -  social poetics, introducing reporter Tom Strong, PMTH conversation about social poetics, Mel Snyder on social poetics in therapy, Rorty's response to PMTH, a note on reflecting teams, about today's quote, Ian Parker deconstructing psychotherapy, Another PMTH baby.

Nov 17, 1999- Where is Richard Rorty?  Lynn Hoffman speaks in New York; Wittgenstein, Lyotard and Auschwitz; Betraying your Teacher; Today's Quotation; In Comes the Rescue Troops; Postmodernism in Texas (Houston-Galveston Institute); Your Question of the Week; Announcement of Conference on Qualitative Research.

Nov 4, 1999- Objectivity as a demand for obedience, Here's a futuristic fantasy for you, Where is Richard Rorty, Klaus Deissler and Social Poetics, The State of my Accountability, More Busy Days on PMTH, A New Derridean Term,

Oct 22, 1999 - McNamee and Gergen's new book on Relational Responsibility, PMTH conversation with Richard Rorty, Lynn Hoffman on reflecting teams, Klaus Dessler's speaks about Social Poetics, Online Therapy, Question of the Day, My New Book Proposal, PMTH When the Days are Not Quiet, Accountability.

Oct 07, 1999 - An Event: A visit from Richard Rorty and a discussion of his paper on the "quest for wisdom," online therapy, Richard Rorty in quoteable passages. New Constructivism Website, PMTH on a quiet day.

Sept 23,1999 - My adventures with Hoffman and Olsen, What did PMTH talk about in my absence, Two New PMTH babies

Sept 1, 1999- Deconstructing binary thinking, The Dream of a Perfect Language, A Borderzone for the Postmodern Study of Jung, Are they Listeners or Lurkers? Meet Riet Samuels and Kathy Birkett. What Fosters Generous Listening? More on Social Construction.

Aug 18, 1999 - Our New PMTH Subscribers, Agonistics is Not Good Enough, Glenn Larner Reviews Derrida, A Conference You Might Really Like, More on Our Tool Bar, Shaffer's Joke, The Wittgenstein Readings.

Aug 04, 1999 previous editions of PMTH NEWS, the Loyal Husband, McNamee & Gergen, Bateson and Logical Types, Ruse or Tack or Device, More on Lois Holzman's book, A Summary of Lyotard.

July 21, 1999 -Lyotard's Paradox. How to Fight Metanarratives, Postmodern Architecture, Want to Catch My Typos?. Val Lewis Battles Metanarratives, Another Medical Site,. The Dialogic Unconscious, A New Column Coming Soon. A Paraphrase of Ingram, Next issue of a New Magazine. Lynn Hoffman Joins PMTH. John Morss & Lois Holzman. PMTH Roundtable, A New Magazine

July 07, 1999-  Controversial Topics, Lynn Hoffman Joins PMTH, John Morss and Lois Holzman, Postmodern Architecture, PMTH Roundtable, A New Magazine,

June 24, 1999- Lois Holzman's new book, Controversial Topics, Abduction, Jerry is Coming to Town, Incommensurate Discourses.

June 02, 1999- Therapy and the Postmodern Predicament, Plato, the Sophists, and Postmodernism, A Taste of Derrida, Put Therapy in Historical Context.

May 26, 1999- Val is coming to town, Our Conversational Threads, Glenn Larner Writes of Derrida, Some Thoughts on Derrida.

May 19, 1999- Glenn Larner writes of Derrida, Threads in PMTH Conversation, Inventing Idioms, Microdialects, Language Constraints, A Paralogy Listserv, Lluis Botella's Work.

April 28, 1999 - John Morss' book, a paraphrase of Lyotard's last two pages of the Postmodern Condition, Wittgenstein on sense, Our Conversational Threads, The PMTH search engine, The roots of postmodernism, Another Tool, For your reflection.

April 14, 1999 - The Maturana Thread, Is Rorty Postmodern?, A Differend in Postmodernity, In Appreciation of Karl Tomm, Another Tool, A Parable on Normality, Differends.

February 24, 1999 - Should the text stand alone? Resisting the text? Tool and Result, Mick Cooper's new book, Ken Gergen and Appreciative Inquiry, An Invitation from Ken Gergen,  the Wittgenstein readings, the PMTH Greek dictionary, I'm Back! My Newman Holzman experience, II the Newman/Holzman experience,