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Gary Gach

Contributor

Buddhist theory and practice in daily life, including applications in arts and sciences, livelihood and nourishment; engaged Buddhism; interfaith.

Gary Gach is the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Buddhism (Nautilus Award) and editor of What Book!? Buddha Poems from Beat to Hiphop (American Book Award). His work has appeared in such magazines and anthologies as AsianArt.com, BuddhaDharma, Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Inquiring Mind, Language for a New Century, The New Yorker, Shambhala Sun, Technicians of the Sacred, Tricycle, Veterans of War Veterans of Peace, Whole Earth Review, and Yoga Journal.

Recent Articles

A Future Is Possible: Buddhism in the West

As Buddhism evolves in the West, we might consider how invested in the past the East has been, and how invested in the future the West has been: as they come together, we're finding ourselves … in the present moment. Read More »

Quietude: 'Tis a Gift to Be Silent

There's a slow, steady progression across the eight chapters — from noise to silence; from paying attention to being with others. Read More »

Updates to the Now

Editor McLeod delineates Buddhism's uniqueness: nontheistic, concerned with mind rather than, say, First Cause or unsayable Name; no divine prophet, no sacred book. Read More »

Can Poetry Heal the Planet

"As texts for spoken word, Stephen Levine's poems kindle higher consciousness. Aloud, they awaken awareness -- words become stepping stones." A review of "Breaking the Drought." Read More »

The Morning Star

At the moment of solstice, however it comes, with or without heavenly messenger, we hear again our calling, life calling us. Read More »

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