URTHONA Buddhist arts magazine
We cover contemporary and traditional arts from a Buddhist perspective. Our inspirations are William Blake, the zen poets of Japan, creative pioneers of all ages. Urthona, appearing once a year, is a beautifully designed, 68 page, glossy magazine. Each issue contains 10 pages of new poetry, a copious reviews section, news and fascinating articles.
For essays on the transformative power of art and imagination – see listings to right (or bottom of page on phone / tablet)
Editor’s blog: musings on art, literature & spirit of place – scroll down past information.
Current Issue: Urthona issue 33 – THE SCIENCE FICTION ISSUE –
URTHONA investigates science fiction, and finds in speculative literature ways of expanding the imagination similar to those used by the Buddhist sages of old… Interview with CHRISTOPHER PRIEST, TRANSCENDENTAL SCIENCE FICTION, 2001 ODYSSEY REMEMBERED, PHILIP K. DICK as modern seer.