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The Collected Letters of Alan Watts

by Joe Taylor

The Collected Letters adds a new portal to the identity of the man most responsible for introducing Zen Buddhism to the West. Edited by his daughters, Joan and Anne Watts, these assembled letters of Alan Watts—the British-born writer,... Read More

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Mr Tambourine Man

by Charlene Oldham

This detailed account of a man enjoying decades of active travel and excellent meals may provide inspiration for those with enough free time and fluid finances to follow along. Mr. Tambourine Man by Nicholson is the envy-inducing... Read More

Book Review

Ask

by Claire Foster

The book’s powerful, positive message is much needed at a time when “just say no” isn’t enough. Consent is sexy? No, it’s mandatory. Ask: Building Consent Culture is an empowering, informative anthology of essays to help young... Read More

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The Long Weeping

by Meagan Logsdon

The essays in "The Long Weeping" traverse the full range of human experiences with grace. "The Long Weeping", by Jessie van Eerden, hums with lyricism and insights that reach to the essence of life, grief, and the soul. These essays are... Read More

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Onigamiising

by Bradley A. Scott

Grover’s essays provide insight into Ojibwe life, even as it contends with the encroaching tendencies of surrounding cultures. This collection of short essays offers wisdom, humor, and affection from an Ojibwe grandmother who is also a... Read More

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