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URTHONA Buddhist arts magazine covers contemporary and traditional arts from a Buddhist perspective. Our inspirations are William Blake, the zen poets of Japan, and all creative spirits who have pushed back the boundaries of human consciousness. Urthona, appearing once a year, is a beautifully designed, 68 page, glossy magazine.
For essays on the transformative power of art and imagination – see listings to right.
Editor’s blog: musings on art, literature & spirit of place – scroll down past information.
Current Issue: Urthona issue 33 – THE FRIENDSHIP ISSUE –
Urthona looks at friendships of the imagination, and discovers fine examples of influence, inspiration and mentorship: * Why is it not wonderful? Maitreyabandhu on his poetic mentorship with poet Mimi Khalvati. * Dante and Virgil – a friendship of descent…