So far, three years of the Inquiring Mind‘s thirty-one years of quarterly publications have been uploaded.
The Buddhist magazine Inquiring Mind, which ceased publication in April 2015, has launched an online digital archive to preserve 31 years of issues.
Inquiring Mind, founded by editors Wes Nisker and Barbara Gates, was born out of the Theravada Buddhist community in the 1980s. The publication was financed by donation and highly regarded for its interviews with leading Buddhist teachers as well as its art, poetry, teachings, stories, and essays.
The 12 most recent issues, spanning 2009 to 2015, are currently available online on the publication’s website. These 12 issues feature the voices of many revered Buddhist teachers such as Sharon Salzberg, Joseph Goldstein, Jack Kornfield, S.N. Goenka, and Natalie Goldberg, covering themes such as enlightenment, bodhisattvas, and war. The digital collection will grow as issues are uploaded in reverse-chronological order back to Inquiring Mind’s 1984 debut issue.
Users can find articles by searching keywords, scrolling through each issue, and exploring alphabetical lists of authors, artists, interviews, and topics.
To explore the archive, visit Inquiring Mind‘s website: inquiringmind.com.