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Robertson, B.M. (2007). Introduction. Canadian J. Psychoanal., 15:1-2.

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(2007). Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis, 15(1):1-2


Brian M. Robertson

The New Cove

With this issue, the Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis enters its 15th year of publication. We are delighted to mark this milestone with a completely redesigned cover for the Journal. It is fitting that this redesign should appear in the year that Canadian psychoanalysts join their colleagues from the International Psychoanalytical Association in celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society. With this new cover, the members of the Editorial Board, the editorial readers, and the administrative staff of the Canadian Journal commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society.

The central design of the new cover is a reproduction of the 1985 painting entitled The Livin Daylights by the well-known Montreal artist Leopold Plotek. The original painting is oil on canvas measuring 200.7 cm by 167.6 cm. It is now in private hands. We are indebted to the artist for allowing us to use this reproduction of his evocative painting as the centrepiece of our new cover.

Our gratitude is also due to the members of the Redesign Subcommittee of the Editorial Board, chaired by Louise Carignan. It was she who pointed us towards Leopold Plotek's work as the possible central motif for the new cover design. The other members of the Subcommittee include Harvey Giesbrecht, Charles Levin, Ian MacKenzie, and myself. A special tribute is due to Ian MacKenzie who adds graphic design to his many talents as our copy editor and overall administrator. The members of the Editorial Board of the Journal approved the selected drafts of the redesign and added the final touch. We will have one background colour for the spring issue of the Journal and another for the fall, while retaining the Plotek reproduction as the central motif for this volume.

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