Arts & Culture

The growing influence of Buddhist artistic expression in contemporary culture
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    A New Way Forward Paid Member

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    Q&A with Pauline Sherrow Paid Member

    Profession: Dancer Location: New York City More »
  • The Robert Frost Kickball Club Paid Member

    In my soul grows a small soul. In my small soul, one smaller. Infinite repetition, nonstop loop. Each beanstalk is an endophyte. Inside my teeth lie small baby teeth. Inside those, infinitesimal baby teeth. I reject each grim oath whispered by gypsies in Western Mass. I fumigate rotting futons. If he were still akickin' I'd kick Robert Frost's ass in kickball. I'd pop the ball, restitch it with shards of marble. I'd talk shit + run up the motherfuckin' score. The game within the game. I hereby donate my bargain-bin Kama Sutra handbook to a humanoid giraffe named Koan. Koan rocks black  glasses and a Kangol. More »
  • Tashi Mannox: Calligrapher Paid Member

    Planetary Collective, founded in 2011, responds to the most pressing issues our civilization is currently facing as we push the planet to its brink. Its members, pulling from their Buddhist backgrounds, attribute the roots of the environmental and social crises facing humanity to the misperception that we are separate—from each other, the planet, and the cosmos as a whole. Their forthcoming feature film is titled Planetary. Learn more about the Collective here. More »
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    Buddha Poem Paid Member

    The gathering wants to include me, makes room for my chair in their circle of stacked meditation pillows, crimson & black, to place me between two women. One is young with the back underside of her hair dyed green clipped up in a barrette, and sits lower than I on her plump cushions. The other older one to my right is on my level, in another chair, dressed in soft clothes, zigzag hems, her breasts great pears molded underneath a layered peach sweater, but her dark hair spreads across her shoulders down to her waist and stray wisps reach out to me like some hippy’s who looks more like a designer witch, instead of intriguing and tosses More »