Full Expression, Full Recognition: A Conversation on Zen and Stories with Reb Anderson
Reb Anderson takes us on a delightful journey through tales and reflections, noting that in Zen stories, the most common rhetorical device is irony.
Lama Surya Das explains the importance of storytelling to preserving culture—and regales us with three Tibetan teaching tales: “Milarepa’s Last Testament,” “Death and the Woodcutter,” and “More Proud than a Sow.”
Interview with Michael Meade: Once Upon a Time, Once Under a Time, Before Digital Time, Beyond Any Time at All . . .
Michael Meade is a cross between a social worker and a shaman, working with story, myth and ritual to both heal and inspire.
Three books by Thich Nhat Hanh: The Moon Bamboo, Hermitage Among the Clouds, and A Taste of Earth
Reviewed By Amanita Rosenbush
(179 pp., Parallax Press)
(135 pp., Parallax Press)
(121 pp., Parallax Press)