|CyberSangha (now defunct) was an online Buddhist journal with frequent articles on women and Buddhism - check out their archive of articles from back issues (for instance, "Tantric Buddhism and Sexuality: A Conversation with Two Feminists").
|DharmaNotes is a "new, once-a-week (or so) e-zine for buddhists and nonbuddhists with information, reviews, articles, quotes, news, humour and poetry. Available by subscription only, DharmaNotes is a simple, text-based e-zine you can read right away or print out and read at your convenience. No bells or whistles, just good writing, clean layout! You can rest assured your e-mail address is not given to anyone for any reason. Period."
|UPDATED eDharma (now defunct) was an online Buddhist resources magazine. Updated every two or three months, it included Dharma articles and reviews, a searchable database, lists of Dharma centres, a Buddhist astrological column, and other nifty stuff ... all produced under the aegis of publisher angel Kyodo williams (now the author of Being Black: Zen and the Art of Living with Fearlessness and Grace).
|Insight Meditation Online is the Web journal of the Insight Meditation Society. Its issues include numerous articles by, and interviews with, women teachers and practitioners, such as: Sylvia Boorstein on the Parami-s, Teacher Interview: Ruth Dennison, Sharon Salzberg on Faith, Teacher Interview: Martine & Stephen Batchelor, Renunciation by Sister Siripannà, Teacher Interview: Kamala Masters & Steve Armstrong, "Investigation" by Narayan & Michael Liebenson Grady.
The Institute for Medieval Japanese Studies has archived several articles on nuns in medieval Japan
|The Journal for South Asian Women Studies has occasional articles related to women and Buddhism.
|How to order Lotus Realm, a "new voice for Buddhist women" produced by the Friends of the Western Buddhist Order (FWBO).
|The Shambhala Sun has occasional articles related to women and Buddhism ... it's worth taking an occasional look at the articles in their archives!
|Snow Lion Publishers have an online newsletter which emphasises developments in Tibetan politics and Vajrayana.
|StillPoint, the on-line newsletter of the Dharma Rain Zen Center, has an extensive archive of articles including many by Buddhist women such as Sallie Jiko Tisdale.
|Tricycle is a lively Buddhist quarterly from America which offers some articles -- usually only from the current issue -- online. (Let's hope that they'll consider opening up their archive one of these days...)
|Turning Wheel is the quarterly journal of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship (affiliated with the International Network of Engaged Buddhists), "bring[ing] a sharp focus to urgent matters of peace, social justice, environmental activism, and dharma practice in 48 pages of articles, interviews, poetry, art, and book reviews." Edited by artist/writer Susan Moon, its articles are often informed by a strong feminist outlook, and are always worth reading. See their Urgent Action page for up-to-date information on BPF campaigns.
|UPDATED Chö is a recording by Chöying Drolma, the nuns of Nagi Gompa and Steve Tibbetts. Chöying Drolma was taught these songs by Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche and other teachers. Selections on this recording include Invocation to the Lotus Born Master, and Calling Upon the Masters of the Chö[d] Lineage. You can hear audio samples on the Chö page at Amazon.. Jack Donen's world music page includes a good description and review of the CD.
|An audio cassette and booklet of Songs of the Dharma, Buddhist chants in Pali and English performed by Lucinda Treelight Green, are available from Treelight Productions as well as the formal guided meditations Developing Loving Kindness and In This Very Body: Sweeping Meditation. Write Treelight Productions, P.O. Box 6386, Colorado Springs, CO 80934-6386 USA (fax 719 685-5756 or e-mail TLG223@aol.com).
|NEW Ven. Pema Chödrön's teachings can be acquired through www.pemachodrontapes.org, which offers an extensive collection of audiocassettes, as well as videotapes of her talks. You can also buy books by Pema Chödrön. Confused by the choice? Check out their recommendations page for where to begin.
|Mystic Fire Video produced We Will Meet Again in the Land of the Dakini, a video about the life of the late Mongolian lama and Chöd yogini Doljin Kandro Suren. She practised and taught the Dharma in Communist Mongolia when it was still illegal to do so. "Chöd means cutting through our Ego, it means to confront every circumstance in life with the awareness that Ego is the root of all problems. Developing this capacity, Chöd practitioners train their compassion by living in extreme conditions in order to help others."
|New Medicine Audio Tapes offer numerous
audio- and videotapes by Dharma teachers:
And there may well be others! This is a huge site.
|Sharon Salzberg offers several instructional tapes on meditation: a Lovingkindness Meditation audiotape and Insight Meditation: A Complete Correspondence Course.
|UPDATED Tibetan singer Yungchen Lhamo is known for her powerful and expressive interpretations of traditional Tibetan religious and secular (Lhamo) music. Her most recent recording with RealWorld Records (1998) is Coming Home; earlier, in 1996, RealWorld Records/Virgin released Tibet, Tibet, her first international recording (she also made an earlier recording, Tibetan Prayer, with Natural Symphonies). NEW Visit the Yungchen Lhamo Foundation website for further information on the work of this extraordinary artist.
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