Dhammamegha here. Every few years we receive a manuscript that has been growing for decades within the author; a book that breaks new ground and offers a fresh and considered engagement with one of the Buddhist classics. Bhikkhu Anālayo did this with Satipaṭṭhāna, through his translations and commentaries on the four foundations of mindfulness. Ratnaguna … [ Read More ]
We’ll be publishing Devamitra’s wonderful new memoir, Entertaining Cancer, very soon. We’re pleased to announce that Entertaining Cancer will be our first worldwide release: the paperback edition will be available from our US distributors at the same time as it’s available from our distributors in the UK. If you’ve not yet pre-ordered your copy, you can do so using one … [ Read More ]
We’ll be publishing Devamitra’s wonderful new memoir, Entertaining Cancer, in just a few weeks’ time. We’re making Entertaining Cancer available for pre-order now, so you can get your copy as soon as it’s released. In Entertaining Cancer Devamitra describes the discomforts and indignities of being treated for prostate cancer. He also draws on the deep … [ Read More ]
Here’s a link to our final newsletter of 2021, in which we look back at the past year and look ahead to share our plans for 2022. It’s well worth a read!
Latest Complete Works volumes out now The next three volumes in the Complete Works have just been released, bringing the total number of published volumes to eighteen. We’re now officially two thirds of the way through the project. To mark this milestone, the chief editor, Vidyadevi, has written a Complete Works update. The new … [ Read More ]
Join us at 7 pm (UK time) on Tuesday, 13th July, when we’ll be hosting a live online event to launch our latest book, I Hear Her Words: An Introduction to Women in Buddhism. Danasamudra, co-founder of the Triratna Women Project and librarian of the Sangharakshita Library at Adhisthana, will be in conversation with the … [ Read More ]
As a female student and practitioner of Buddhism, at times I feel frustrated by the underrepresentation of women in Buddhist texts and iconography. To give just one example, out of the forty-six figures on Triratna’s refuge tree, only two are female. Frustrated I may be, but I probably shouldn’t be surprised. As author Alice Collett … [ Read More ]