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The Edges Must Be Even: Lessons from a Native American pow-wow, by Lillian Firestone

The Edges Must Be Even: Lessons from a Native American pow-wow, by Lillian Firestone

Lillian FirestoneJul 28, 201511 min read

Opening ceremonies, Cherokee pow-wow, North Carolina, 2011 Reading about Black Elk, Sitting Bull, Geronimo and countless other Indian tribal elders and chiefs made me regret that…

Portfolio: Brian English

Portfolio: Brian English

Parabola EditorsNov 2, 20102 min read

Brian English, Born 1963, Los Angeles, California Brian first studied the history of photography and Black & White printing in 1985 with Teacher and Mentor William…

Bosch Decoded: The Esoteric Bosch, Vol. II, by Lee van Laer

Bosch Decoded: The Esoteric Bosch, Vol. II, by Lee van Laer

Lee van LaerJan 4, 20164 min read

Bosch Decoded: The Esoteric Bosch, Vol. II, by Lee van Laer Announcing the publication of Senior Editor, Lee van Laer’s new book on symbolism in the…

“Where We Once Belonged” and Three More Poems, by Stephanie Unger

“Where We Once Belonged” and Three More Poems, by Stephanie Unger

Stephanie UngerAug 29, 20163 min read

Isaac Levitan, At the Summer House in Twilight (1895) Stephanie Unger is a writer who lives in Buffalo, NY. She has studied poetry at workshops led…

The Verses of Ambapali, by Margo McLoughlin

The Verses of Ambapali, by Margo McLoughlin

Margo McLoughlinNov 8, 20165 min read

A new translation and commentary by Margo McLoughlin Ambapali | Buddhist In Vesali, in ancient India, at the time of the Buddha, a baby girl was born spontaneously at the…





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