Links and Resources ::: Publications and Magazines
Rightview Quarterly - A magazine published by the Mid-America Buddhist
Association in Missouri to promote Right View, in a trans-sectarian
way, to help guide us in America as we go into our second half-century
of trying to define a new American Buddhism. The magazine includes
articles by Monastics, academicians, essayists and novelists, and
others with Right Views. The magazine is targeted at the serious
student of the Dharma. You can order a subscription online at no cost,
or make an offering, or just read the latest issue.
Beliefnet on Buddhism - Buddhism section of Beliefnet, an online religion magazine.
BodhiVision - "The Truth Is Not Out There" - Malaysian online Buddhist magazine.
Buddhist Door - Online magazine that seems to have been published on and off since 1995. The current issue and all of the past issues of this on-line magazine can be found. Past issues include series on Buddha's life, Buddhism in a Nutshell, Diamond Sutra, Practice of Meditation, Lotus Sutra plus many other one-off articles.
Dharmaweb - Online magazine with mostly Buddhist articles.
Gassho - Gassho is an electronic journal (e-journal) published by DharmaNet International as a service to the international Buddhist community, inclusive of all Buddhist traditions.
Hundred Mountain: A Journal of the Spirit & the Arts - An independent, award-winning Buddhist-oriented occasional journal that features articles, profiles, reviews, humor and the Buddhascope, which tracks pop culture references to Buddhist lingo. Devoted to people who are both beginning and advanced in their interest in meditation and spiritual practice, with a sometimes serious, sometimes humorous look at the challenge of fitting spiritual practice into busy, contemporary life.
Just Be Good! - an excellent website on basic Buddhist practice. Also offers many free books, CDs, decals, and stickers.
Mindful Living Guide - MLG's co-creators and editors, Sean M. Madden and Rebecca L. Hurst, offer mindful living, meditation, and writing guidance. They also write for MLG and other online and print publications, and encourage other mindful writers to submit their original work to Mindful Living Guide.
Ordinary Mind - an Australian Buddhist Review - A comprehensive online magazine containing articles from more than twenty years of teachings, forums and conferences from some of the worlds most eminent Buddhist teachers, meditators, philosophers and psychologists.
Parallax Press - Since 1983, Vietnamese Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh has lectured and led many retreats in North America and around the world on the art of mindful living. The Community of Mindful Living (CML) was formed in 1983 to promote and support the practice of mindfulness for individuals, families, and societies. In 1999, CML became a division of Unified Buddhist Church, Inc.
Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, The Tricycle Hub - The Tricycle Hub is the interactive forum of Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, an independent Buddhist quarterly.