Here's a review of Catholicism and Zen, by Richard B. McDaniel, from the current issue of the Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies: https://thecjbs.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Catholicism-and-Zen_McCall_75-78-1.pdf
In related news, we will be publishing the e-book edition early in 2019.
Sumeru author Richard Bryan McDaniel's latest book, Catholicism and Zen, was recently reviewed in the Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies. The review, by Bradford McCall of the Claremont School of Theology, can be found here: https://thecjbs.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Catholicism-and-Zen_McCall_75-78-1.pdf
You'll also notice that the CJBS has moved to a new web address. Glad to see they are thriving!
Richard Bryan McDaniel, author of three Sumeru books on the development of Zen Buddhism in America (The Third Step East, Cypress Trees in the Garden, and Catholicism and Zen), was recently interviewed by Ted Meissner at The Secular Buddhist podcast.
Here's a link to the interview, for your listening pleasure...
We recently received the INCOGNITO buddhist fiction blog review from Kimberley Beek. CANADIAN PUBLICATION Incognito: The Astounding Life of Alexandra David-Neel by Dianne Harke (Toronto: The Sumeru Press, Inc., 2016) Reviewed by Kimberly Beek Posted on February 28, 2017 by buddhistfictionblogger | Leave a comment Dianne Harke’s first novel, Incognito: The Astounding Life of Alexandra... Read more »
INCOGNITO: The Astounding Life of Alexandra David-Neel By Dianne Harke YA Fiction Alexandra David-Neel (1868-1969) was an astounding explorer and world-traveler. She was one of the first Westerners to visit Tibet, and voyaged extensively through Africa, India, China, Indochina, Japan and Europe – all at a time when women were rarely seen in such a pursuit! Author of... Read more »