We recommend some great books by LGBTQ Buddhist teachers and practitioners.
The British Library showcases masterworks of Buddhist printing in a new exhibition that explores how Buddhism spread across Asia through the centuries.
We review “The Magnanimous Heart: Compassion & Love, Loss & Grief, Joy & Liberation” by Narayan Helen Liebenson.
After the launch of the New York Public Library’s J.D. Salinger exhibit, Rod Meade Sperry reflects on how the famed author and his characters reckoned with Buddhism and spirituality.
In “The Little Book of Being,” Diana Winston—using straightforward, secular language—explains how to cultivate natural awareness.
Michael Sheehy reviews “Meditation, Buddhism, and Science” edited by David L. McMahan and Erik Braun.
We review “The Most Important Point: Zen Teachings of Edward Espe Brown” edited by Danny S. Parker.
The Vietnamese-American Zen Buddhist poet and novelist Ocean Vuong has been named one of the 2019 fellows of the MacArthur Foundation.
We review “Matters of Vital Interest: A Forty-Year Friendship with Leonard Cohen” by Eric Lerner.
Buddhist children’s literature offers parents a fun, gentle way to share dharma concepts and practices with their kids.