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About Buddhadharma

Buddhadharma: The Practitioner's Quarterly -- published by the Shambhala Sun Foundation -- is the in-depth, practice-oriented journal for everyone with a serious interest in Buddhism.

It's the one place you'll find in-depth teachings from all the Buddhist traditions, presented in a way that applies directly to your practice. No matter what Buddhist path you follow, Buddhadharma offers you relevant and helpful teachings in every issue.

We are fortunate to have the support of Editorial Advisors who represent a wide variety of communities and traditions—Theravada, Zen, Pure Land, and Vajrayana. Advisors include:

Ajahn Amaro, Amaravati Buddhist Monastery
Jeffrey Cox, Snow Lion Publications
Zoketsu Norman Fischer, Everyday Zen Foundation, San Francisco Zen Center
Zen Master Bernie Glassman, Zen Peacemaker Order
Jack Kornfield, Spirit Rock Meditation Center
Timothy McNeill, Wisdom Publications
Larry Mermelstein, Nalanda Translation Committee
Reginald A. Ray, Naropa University
Barbara Rhodes, Kwan Um School of Zen
Sharon Salzberg, Insight Meditation Society
Robert Thurman, Columbia University, Tibet House U.S.
Peter Turner, Shambhala Publications
Taitetsu Unno, American Buddhist Study Center
Michael Wenger, San Francisco Zen Center


It's about your community 

Buddhadharma reflects the growing sense of communication and common purpose among Buddhist sanghas in the West. In the pages of Buddhadharma we come together as practitioners, discover what we share and how we differ, and support and learn from one another. You'll find stories and **teachings that help bring Buddhists together, and support you in your practice. the most comprehensive coverage of Buddhist community news available today.

And there's more...

Buddhadharma brings you in-depth reviews of the latest books on Buddhism, and articles about the people and issues that are of special interest to Buddhists.

The editors of Buddhadharma are Tynette Deveaux, Editor, Koun Franz, Deputy Editor, and Melvin McLeod, Editor-in-Chief.

To contact them or any other staff, email: Buddhadharma Info.