This episode of Parabola’s free monthly podcast includes editor Tracy Cochran’s wisdom about forgiveness in the new year, as well as Jenny Koralek’s retelling of the story of the crucifixion from the points of view of Elizabeth and Mary.
Story Editor Betsy Cornwell shares excerpts from Parabola magazine’s latest issue, “Families,” including a Hindu tale retold by Rama Devagupta and Mark Nepo’s moving essay “The Great Teacher.”
“Never underestimate the gift of exhaustion, that just for a moment you’re not thinking.” – Tracy Cochran Parabola editor Tracy Cochran leads a guided meditation at the Rubin Museum of Art, and the podcast looks […]
Story editor Betsy Cornwell retells the Irish myth of Neasa the Ungentle, and looks at Patty de Llosa’s introduction to Marion Woodman’s concepts of how the conscious feminine can birth the divine child, in this episode of Parabola’s free monthly podcast.
Story editor Betsy Cornwell looks at our current issue, “The Sacred,” and reads Samuel Bendeck Sotillos’ “Spirit of the Earth: Indian Voices on Nature” and her own essay “The Fairies’ Right of Way.”
Story Editor Betsy Cornwell looks at the first-ever issue of Parabola, “The Hero.” Excerpts include PL Travers’ beautiful essay on the origins and the uses of mythic symbols. Please consider supporting this podcast and Parabola […]
Story Editor Betsy Cornwell shares Thomas W. Moore’s essay on fresh ways to look at the myth of Narcissus, from the Spring 1976 issue of Parabola, “Magic,” in Parabola Magazine’s free monthly podcast.