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About Women in Buddhism

 

Caitlin Dwyer is a freelance writer from Portland, Oregon. She has a Master of Journalism degree from the University of Hong Kong and a BA from Pomona College in Los Angeles. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Big Roundtable, Creative Nonfiction/In Fact Books, the Asian Review of Books, LA Review of Books, and elsewhere. She first learned sitting meditation as a teenager at Deer Park Monastery in California. Learn more about her upcoming work at www.caitlindwyer.com.

Women in Buddhism is published monthly.

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Entering the Stream: Book Review of <i>The Hidden Lamp</i>
A collection of 100 Zen koans that bring Buddhist women to the fore
Uploaded 28 Jul 2017
“Mindfulness is a Moral Arc:” An Interview with Dr. Lynette Monteiro
Mindful self-compassion and coming to terms with one's suffering
Uploaded 30 Jun 2017
Found in Translation: Annie Bien
Bridging cultures and traditions
Uploaded 26 May 2017
Venerable Hāsapañña: Finding Contentment in Solitude
The flourishing of a monastic community in Western Australia
Uploaded 28 Apr 2017
A Vow Without a Wristwatch: Jan Chozen Bays
The inspiring story of the founding of Great Vow Monastery
Uploaded 31 Mar 2017
The Fiction of the Self: Ruth Ozeki
The act of storytelling as a performance of interbeing
Uploaded 24 Feb 2017
Dharma In The Digital Age: Susan Piver
Sharing the teachings in the virtual world
Uploaded 27 Jan 2017
“There Is Also Joy”—Mindfulness-based Dementia Care
Coping with change through Buddhist mindfulness
Uploaded 23 Dec 2016
Reviving the Bhikkhuni Sangha in Indonesia: an Interview with Ayya Santini
Re-establishing the fourfold sangha
Uploaded 25 Nov 2016
Book Review: Wendy Garling’s <i>Stars at Dawn</i>
Exploring the indispensable female narrative in Buddhism
Uploaded 28 Oct 2016
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