Koans, Shakespeare, working with suffering — Bonnie Nadzam looks at new books offering different insights into Buddhist practice today.
From the healing power of storytelling to the dharma of literature—Bonnie Nadzam recommends new books to help us make sense of our lives.
Constance Kassor reviews “Other Lives: Mind and World in Indian Buddhism,” by Sonam Kachru.
From ecology to nirvana to a monk in high heels — Bonnie Nadzam recommends new books for your spiritual journey.
Joie Szu-Chiao Chen reviews “We Were Made for These Times” by Kaira Jewel Lingo, “The Wakeful Bod” by Willa Baker Blythe, “The Buddha’s Tooth” by John S. Strong, and more.
From the Dalai Lama to queer dharma to the beloved community — Bonnie Nadzam looks at new books that bring us together in the wisdom of the present.
Joie Szu-Chiao Chen reviews What I Don’t Know about Death by C. W. Huntington, The Guru Principle by Shenpen Hookham, Questioning the Buddha by Peter Skilling, and more.
Sonam Kachru reviews C. V. Jones’ “The Buddhist Self.”
From menopause to emotional upheavals to contemplating mortality, Tracy Franz recommends new books to help us navigate life’s changes.
When we truly face death, we live more fully. Tracy Franz presents a selection of new books (and one movie) on bereavement, self-discovery in nature, and more.