G. H. Ellis is a retired physician who at mid-life found depth analytic therapy to be a key to his self-fulfillment. During the subsequent thirty years he has studied Jungian psychology extensively with a deep interest in monsters, especially vampires, werewolves, and zombies.
Most personal to him is the Frankenstein story for metaphors of human psychopathology. Re-Membering Frankenstein explains his personal monster, the monsters of men, and in the greater collective.
He is past president of the Central Indiana Friends of Jung and has led multiple workshops on masculine psychology and monster archetypes at Jungian venues. His fictional forays include playwright and novelist. He snowbirds between Indiana and Florida with his wife and puggle, Penny.