Electronic Newspapers/Magazines/Journals
  • Bearing Witness: Journal of the Peacemaker Community. "The Purpose of the Peacemaker Journal is to support the attainment of peace in the world [the end result we are wanting to achieve] as manifested in a culture of nonviolence and reverence for life, solidarity and a just economic order, tolerance and a life based on truthfulness, and equal rights and partnership between men and women."
  • Bodhi Seed: Newsletter of the Prison Dharma Network. PDN exists to support prisoners and prison volunteers in making the dharma available behind bars.
  • Butterfly:The Journal of  Contemporary Buddhism. "A butterfly carries the sense of metamorphosis, of fragility, of natural beauty and lightness. This conveys much of the appearance of Buddhism today...
  • Chan Magazine: Published quarterly since 1977. Contains lectures by Master Sheng-yen, translations of Buddhist texts, scholarly studies in Buddhism, practitioner's retreat reports, poetry, stories, and other articles.
  • Chan Newsletter: Published periodically since 1979 until the late 1990s, the Chan Newsletter contains a treasure trove of articles, of interest to the Chan practitioner. 
  • Densal Online: The counterpart and namesake of Densal, the print publication of Karma Triyana Dharmachakra (KTD). It features news items from KTD and stories of special interest to students and followers of the Karma Kagyu lineage, expanded versions of articles appearing in the print publication, a changing photo gallery, and an archive of articles and teachings that can be found on the site.
  • Fearless Mountain Newsletter: Newsletter of a Buddhist community in the tradition of Ajahn Chah, Ajahn Sumedho & Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.
  • Forest Sangha Newsletter: The Forest Sangha is a world-wide Buddhist community in the Thai Forest tradition of Ajahn Chah. The newsletter contains news, views, articles, transcribed talks,poems, tutorials, contact addresses, forthcoming events, retreat schedules & etc.
  • Hundred Mountain: Hundred Mountain is an Independent, Buddhist Oriented Journal of the Spirit and the Arts.
  • Indra's Network: Indra's Network is the magazine of the Network of Engaged Buddhists in the UK. It is not just for "card carrying buddhists"-rather it aims to challenge and encourage all, whatever faith they belong to, who share the Network of Engaged Buddhists' belief there needs to be an integration between spiritual and social concerns.
  • Insight Magazine: Newsletter of the Insight Meditation Society.
  • Journal of Buddhist Ethics: An academic journal established to promote the study of Buddhist ethics through the publication of research articles, discussions and critical notes, bulletins, and reviews.
  • Journal of the Order of Buddhist Contemplatives: The Order of Buddhist Contemplatives publishes a quarterly Journal containing articles on meditation and Buddhist training, written by Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett, priests and lay ministers of the Order, and congregation members.
  • Journal of Global Buddhism:The Journal of Global Buddhism is a scholarly academic journal employing a blind peer review evaluation process, and is innovative in adopting a totally electronic mode of publication. In all respects, it functions as a traditional scholarly journal.
  • Kalavinka Dharma Notes: Dharma Treasures from the Golden Age of Buddhism.
  • Mandala: Newsmagazine of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition - an organization founded by the late Lama Thubten Yeshe and Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoche.
  • Middle Way: The quarterly Journal of the Buddhist Society. Contains articles by noted Buddhist teachers and scholars on various aspects of Buddhist theory, practice, history, etc., as well as other material of ancillary interest.
  • Mountain Record: A WWW version of portions of the quarterly journal published by Dharma Communications. Mountain Record is also a record of the sayings and doings of the Mountains and Rivers Order and its mainhouse, Zen Mountain Monastery.
  • NPHA Newsletter: The National Prison Hospice Association (NPHA) promotes hospice care for terminally ill prisoners.
  • New Chan Forum: In 1990 The Bristol Ch'an Group (led by Dr John Crook, a lineage holder of the Lin-Chi (Rinzai) tradition transmitted by Master Sheng-Yen), began publishing a journal called New Ch'an Forum- now the responsibility of The Western Chan Fellowship.
  • Primary Point: Journal of the Kwan Um School of Zen. Containing Dharma articles by teachers of the Kwan Um School of Zen in the lineage of Zen Master Seung Sahn.
  • Sakyadita Newsletter: Newsletter of Sakyadita--The International Association of Buddhist Women.
  • Shambhala Sun: The Shambhala Sun is the magazine about waking up. It celebrates the spirit of wakefulness wherever it appears - in the arts, relationships, politics, livelihood, popular culture, and all the challenges of modern life.
  • Still Point: Newsletter of Dharma Rain Zen Center in Portland, Oregon.
  • Tricycle:A quarterly magazine on Buddhism.
  • Tzu-Chi English Quarterly: Quarterly magazine of the Tzu-Chi Foundation
  • Tzu-Chi World: A bilingual (Chinese and English) newspaper published monthly by the Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu-Chi Foundation.
  • Vipassana Newsletter: The Newsletter of the Vipassana Research Institute, Mumbai, India, an organisation in the tradition of Goenka.
  • Western Buddhist Review: Journal of the Western Buddhist Order. Writings on buddhism as practiced in the modern world.
  • Western Chan Fellowship Journals Page: New Chan Forum is the journal of the Western Chan Fellowship... 
  • Writings related to the work and approach of Zen Hospice Project: Inspired by a 2500 year old tradition, Zen Hospice Project provides a spectrum of innovative programs including volunteer services, residential care and trainings which seek to cultivate wisdom and compassion through service. One of its missions is to train and support volunteers to assist people facing life threatening illness, their family and friends in a manner which best meets what they understand to be their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.


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