Ryan Gauvin is a Vancouver-based photographer with a BA in Geography from Simon Fraser University, and an MFA in Documentary Media from Ryerson University. His recent collection, A Hard Path – Tibetan occupation and exile, is now viewable on his website. Ryan has partnered with the International Campaign for Tibet, and was recognized for his... Read more »
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Justin Whitaker, of the blog American Buddhist Perspective recently reviewed Charles Prebish’s new book, “An American Buddhist Life: Memoirs of a Modern Dharma Pioneer” which was published by Sumeru last month. Here’s a brief quote… “Subtitled ‘Memoirs of a Modern Dharma Pioneer,’ Charles Prebish’s latest book is a tour de force of American Buddhist studies. While... Read more »
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http://buddhistfictionblog.wordpress.com/ is a new blog recently launched by Kimberly Beek, a PhD candidate student at McMaster University in Hamilton. Aside from providing a place for readers to discuss their favourite books online, Kimberly is also engaged in research. Here’s an excerpt from her blog about that… “The proliferation of Buddhist ideas has found a way... Read more »
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Full Contact Enlightenment, a Montréal-based Buddhist blog, recently received a wonderful 5th blogiversary gift: second place in the “Religion, Spirituality + Philosophy” category for the 2010 Canadian Weblog Awards. Congratulations to Tanya McGinnity! Here’s the link to check out details on the story and explore her wonderful blog! http://fullcontactenlightenment.com/2011/01/well-thank-you-canadian-weblog-award/
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Congratulations to all the Buddhist bloggers worldwide who participated in the 2010 Blogisattva Awards. Blogisattva.org is one of the sites I most admire and they are to be commended on their remarkable energy and dedication. Here is a link to their site, so you can check out all the “winners” of this year’s Blogisattva Awards.... Read more »
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