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East Meets Southwest | A Conversation with Poet Frank LaRue Owen

East Meets Southwest | A Conversation with Poet Frank LaRue OwenFrom our Spring 2019 Edition | Visit our store to treat yourself to the full issue in either print or digital format. | Browse the Store› The Wayfarer of our Spring 2019 Issue   There are certain...

December 2018 Kenya, The Mara | A Poem

December 2018 Kenya, The Mara | A PoemFrom our Spring 2019 Edition | Visit our store to treat yourself to the full issue in either print or digital format. | Browse the Store› by Heloise Jones Dedicated to Simon Metekai Masago and Jackson Kayionni Letiol The bleached...

Belonging to the Land: A Conversation with Stephen Trimble by L.M. Browning

Belonging to the Land: A Conversation with Stephen Trimble by L.M. BrowningFrom our Spring 2019 Edition | Visit our store to treat yourself to the full issue in either print or digital format. | Browse the Store› The Wayfarer of our Spring 2019 Issue - All Photos...

The Laws of Gravity | A Poem by L.M. Browning

The Laws of Gravity | A Poem by L.M. BrowningFrom our Spring 2019 Edition | Visit our store to treat yourself to the full issue in either print or digital format. | Browse the Store›Expectations are sheer cliffs we cannot helpbut climb. The perfect, plumb ground too...

Spring in The Mindful Kitchen with Heidi Barr

Spring in The Mindful Kitchen with Heidi BarrFrom our Spring 2019 Edition | Visit our store to treat yourself to the full issue in either print or digital format. | Browse the Store› “It is spring again. The earth is like a child that knows poems by heart.” —Rainer...

Birth by Theodore Richards

During the second to last week I worked in Zimbabwe the price of bread tripled overnight. There were strikes and riots in the cities. Mugabe was condemned by the West. The West was condemned by Mugabe. In the bush, the earth cracked in the dry air as the...

The Mindful Kitchen by Heidi Barr | Autumn 2018

A Wellness and Food Column by Heidi Barr Autumn in Minnesota is defined by leaves turning burnt umber and ruby, picking the last of the garden crops before the first hard freeze, and spending weekends preserving whatever vegetables and fruits have decided...

Attentive Idling by Iris Graville

Attentive Idling by Staff Writer Iris Graville My compulsion to accomplish is fueled by a computer the size of the pack of cigarettes my mom used to slide into her purse. Portable devices allow us to learn foreign languages, listen to books, and attend...

On the Path of Praise: An interview with Dr. Rev. Matthew Fox

On the Path of Praise An Interview with Bestselling Author Dr. Rev. Matthew Fox by Staff Writer Theodore Richards   Richards: You’ve been working for decades to fight against injustice and fascism. What is it like to see the rise of Trump? Are you...

The New Myth by Theodore Richards

The New Myth by Theodore Richards Adapted from The Great Re-imagining: Spirituality in an Age of Apocalypse   "Where’s your mother?” my father asked, fumbling with his keys and, more significantly, his emotions. He couldn’t bear to go inside to look...

Reimagining the Possible: Jada Fitch

Birds of a Feather An Interview with Illustrator Jada Fitch by L.M. Browning Featured in the Autumn 2016 Issue • Print – eEdition Jada Fitch was born in 1984, and grew up in a family-built log cabin in Sebago, Maine, just up the road from her...

The Wayfarer: L.M. Browning

Widening the Circle A Profile of Award-winning Author and Publisher L.M. Browning by Staff Writer Eric D. Lehman Featured in the Autumn 2016 Issue • Print - eEdition I am large, I contain multitudes. –Walt Whitman, “Song of Myself” The Artists’ Cooperative Gallery of...

Reimagining the Possible: Kelly Kancyr

An Interview with Singer Songwriter Kelly Kancyr by Staff writer L.M. Browning Featured in the Autumn 2016 Issue • Print - eEdition The first time I saw Kelly Kancyr play was at the Greenwich Art Festival on the lawn of the Bruce Art Museum in...

The Meadow by Francesca G. Varela

by Francesca G. Varela ♦ Photography by Duncan George Appears in the Spring 2016 Issue of The Wayfarer. Order a print or the full e-edition here» I remember the night we heard the coyotes. It was summer, or almost summer, and I was still a teenager. Although long past...

In Contemplation of a Murder by Theodore Richards

Appears in the Spring 2016 Issue of The Wayfarer. Order a print or the full e-edition here» The Contemplative Column by Theodore Richards   Watching/Seeing Yet I also suspected that what I was seeing was but a part of the truth and perhaps not even the most...

The Fortingall Yew by Eric D. Lehman

By Staff Writer Eric D. Lehman • Feature Photographer  Duncan George Appears in the Spring 2016 Issue of The Wayfarer. Order a print or the full e-edition here»   After walking the walls of Stirling Castle, my wife and I drove through a rainy green country on the...

 A Light Inside the Mountain by Jason Kirkey

Rewilding Column by staff writer Jason Kirkey • Feature Photographer: Duncan George Appears in the Spring 2016 Issue of The Wayfarer. Order a print or the full e-edition here» There is a glen in Ireland. The entrance is difficult to find—you have to know what you’re...

A Wayfarer: Maryam Mafi

Iranian Author & Translator Maryam Mafi A Profile by Staff Writer L.M. Browning As featured in the Spring 2016 Issue of The Wayfarer | Reserve a print copy or e-edition» Maryam Mafi began her education at Bahar-e No’w Elementary School in Tehran-Iran in the late...

The Wayfarer Spring 2016 Issue

The spring issue of The Wayfarer is now available! In this landmark issue, Editor-in-Chief L.M. Browning interviews Academy Award Nominated Filmmaker Tomm Moore, co-founder of Cartoon Saloon and the creative force behind such films as The Secret of Kells and Song of...

Amy Nawrocki Named Poetry Editor of The Wayfarer

STONINGTON, CT— Homebound Publications is pleased to announce Amy Nawrocki as the new Poetry Editor for The Wayfarer. After an extensive search, Nawrocki was appointed Editor by L.M. Browning Founder of both Homebound Publications and Editor-in-chief of The Wayfarer....

The Charity Houses of Cape Cod | A poem

from the collection Reconnaissance by Amy Nawrocki This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2) Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store»   This is what Thoreau called those rickety and...

Body Prayer

by Mary Petiet This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2) Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store»   All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well....

Reimagining the Possible: Nelba Márquez-Greene

by Staff Writer L.M. Browning This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2) Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store»   On December 14, 2012, at Sandy Hook...

Anam Cara

by Benjamin DeVos This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2) Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store»   When my eighty-five year old grandmother arrived at our house for a belated...

The Role of the Trickster in a Time of Change

From Rigid Religion to Fluid Interspirituality; From Industrial Capitalism to Earth Community Contemplative Column by Staff Writer Theodore Richards The following article contains experts from, The Great Re-imagining: Spirituality in an Age of Apocalypse available...

In the Narrows: Lascaux II and the Geography of Hope

by Leslie Van Gelder This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2) Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store»   When the replica of Lascaux was built into a low hillside near the original...

Altruistic Hiking

by L.M. Browning Featuring field photos by the author. This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2) Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store»     May 4, 2015 | Napatree Point, Rhode...

Little Kinglet | A Poem

by Camille Thomasson This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2)   Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store» The kinglet in the winter wood weighs as much as a plump cherry. When amorous,...

A Wayfarer: David K. Leff

This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2) Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store»   The Sage of Collinsville An In-depth Profile by Staff Writer Eric D. Lehman   A writer’s home...

Ordinary Marvels | A Poem

by Timothy Norton This article is featured in the Autumn 2015 issue of The Wayfarer (Vol 4 Issue 2) Visit our bookstore to purchase an e-edition or print edition. Go to the Store»   I wonder why people ask about the weather; Or if a landscape is beautiful. The...

The Wayfarer Autumn Issue | Now Available for Pre-order

The autumn edition of The Wayfarer is now available to pre-order! Visit our Store» Featured in this Issue: THE CONTEMPLATIVE COLUMN: The Role of the Trickster in a Time of Change by Theodore Richards A WAYFARER: The Sage of Collinsville: An In-depth Profile on Author...

Pointed Reminders: Revolutionary Obelisks by David K. Leff

Featured in Vol.4 Issue 1 | The Spring 2015 Edition Narrative is an important means by which to gain access to the meanings of the obelisk. —Grant Parker, Stanford University It needled the sky like a stone rocket aimed for the clouds. As I gazed heavenward along the...

Building a Temple of the Heart by Perle Besserman

Featured in Vol.4 Issue 1 | The Spring 2015 Edition Photo by Ryan Upp, Feature Photographer of the Issue Building a Temple of the Heart by Perle Besserman When my husband and I first met as residents in a Honolulu Zen center, we were each holding fast to some very...

Lynne Harkes | Artist of Spring 2015 Issue

Featured in Vol.4 Issue 1 | The Spring 2015 Edition For several years I painted detailed and often large-scale canvases of flowers. I loved nothing better than spending hours, days and weeks shading and revealing more of the image with each layer of paint. One day I...

Soft Fascination by Jeff DeBellis

  Featured in Vol.4 Issue 1 | The Spring 2015 Edition Soft Fascination by Jeff DeBellis I built a perfect teepee with dry juniper twigs filled its interior with bits of paper and lit it with a cardboard match. The flame steadily climbed unil the entire teepee was...

Listening to Our Listening by Gary Whited

  Featured in Vol.4 Issue 1 | The Spring 2015 Edition Last summer I sat on top of Hurricane Point overlooking Silver Lake in central New Hampshire. Wind sounded through scant trees on the steep little hill mingled with the hum of a distant motorboat, then two of...

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