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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...

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...

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 Inner-frontier: An Exploration of Verse, Psyche & Self with David Whyte

The Inner-frontier An Exploration of Verse, Psyche & Self A Conversation with David Whyte by Editor-in-chief L.M. Browning   Poet David Whyte grew up with a strong, imaginative influence from his Irish mother and found his true self while walking...

Reimagining the Possible with Artist Nancy C. Woodward

Nancy C. Woodward is an award winning photographic and mixed media artist. Her shadow portraits, colorful trees and ethereal landscapes depict unique views of the natural world. Nancy photographs moments when the natural world appears changed. She...

Re-imagining the Possible: An Interview with singer-songwriter Melissa Ferrick

There is a hum and buzz circling through the rafters of the packaged room. It is the eve of my 35th birthday. I’m in the iconic Iron Horse music venue in Northampton, Massachusetts waiting for Melissa Ferrick’s show to begin. It will be one of her last...

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...

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...

The Kennedy Center: A Legacy of Grassroots Compassion

The Kennedy Center A Legacy of Grassroots Compassion by L.M. Browning with Kelly Kancyr   The Kennedy Center was founded in 1951. It stands as a testament to the force of a small group of dedicated citizens to impact change in our communities. The...

Reimagining the Possible with Artist Nancy C. Woodward

Nancy C. Woodward is an award winning photographic and mixed media artist. Her shadow portraits, colorful trees and ethereal landscapes depict unique views of the natural world. Nancy photographs moments when the natural world appears changed. She...

Light-time by Gail Collins-Ranadive

The Enviromental Column (Photo Above my Issue Feature Photographer, James Scott Smith)   Binge reading back issues of The Wayfarer for this essay, I sit out on my Southern Nevada patio in light that is so vivid I can almost believe that it is just now...

Life & the Arts | A New Column by Eric D. Lehman

A New Column by Eric D. Lehman   Recently, I was wandering through a vaulted museum hall, steel and concrete and glass packed with abstract sculptures that look vaguely like intestines, paintings resembling organized vomit, and lines of bored...

Contemplating Fatherhood by Theodore Richards

The Contemplative Column by Theodore Richards   “Three Girls?!” I have three daughters. This is generally one of the first things I tell people about myself because it is, I have come to know, the central fact of my life. It is perhaps also true that...

Seasonal Ploughman’s Lunch | Mindful Kitchen

The Mindful Kitchen Seasonal. Mindful. Delicious. Introducing a new section to The Wayfarer: The Mindful Kitchen, featuring seasonal recipes to offer on your home table.   Appears in The Wayfarer, Spring 2017 Issue (Vol 6. Issue 6) | Visit Store Seasonal Farmer’s...

Reimagining the Possible: Illustrator Jackie Morris

Reimagining the Possible with Illustrator Jackie Morris Interview by L.M. Browning • Illustrations by Jackie Morris Appears in The Wayfarer, Spring 2017 Issue (Vol 6. Issue 6) | Visit the Store» Leslie You grew up in Birmingham, England and lived there until at the...

The Election by Theodore Richards

Appears in The Wayfarer, Spring 2017 Issue (Vol 6. Issue 6) | Visit Store» by Theodore Richards I awake to the peaceful babbling of my one-year-old daughter. I am surprisingly well rested, considering the fact that I finished off a whole bottle of wine the night...

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...

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 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...

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...

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