The Wayfarer Spring 2019



Spring 2019 Issue

Paperback | 8.5 x 11 | 102 Pages | Full Color | Thick 70lb paper with a Sustainable Forestry Certificate

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Details: Spring 2019 Issue | Paperback | 8.5 x 11 | 102 Pages | Full Color | Thick 70lb paper with a Sustainable Forestry Certificate 

Since 2012, The Wayfarer has been offering literature, interviews, and art with the intention to inspires our readers, enrich their lives, and highlight the power for agency and change-making that each individual holds.

By our definition, a wayfarer is one whose inner compass is ever-oriented to truth, wisdom, healing, and beauty in their own wandering. The Wayfarer’s mission as a publication is to foster a community of contemplative voices and provide readers with resources and perspectives that support them in their own journey.

As we move into our 7th year, in the face of these frightening times we must endure, we renew our commitment to our readers to be a space of solace and our pledge to advocate for marginalized communities, the arts, and environmental conservation.

Interviews In This Issue: In this issue, we look towards the Southwest, offering interviews with poet Frank LaRue Owen, award-winning spiritual author Mirabai Starr, and acclaimed conservationist author Stephen Trimble.

Our Signature Features: The Mindful Kitchen by Heidi Barr, Life & the Arts by Eric D. Lehman, the Contemplative Column by Theodore Richards, the Environmental Column by Gail Collins-Ranadive, and the newly-launched Travel Column by L.M. Browning-

Feature Poets: Gwendolyn Morgan, L.M. Browning, Amy Nawrocki, Heloise Jones, Jason Hinchcliffe, Christopher Nye, Mark Taksa, Robert Hirschfield, C. M. Rivers, Jessica Martini, Richard Schiffman, Kay Merkel Boruff, Don Russ, Keith Moul, Heather Kirn Lanier, Douglas Cole, and Max Stephan.

Feature Essays: Climbing the Sacred Bear by Burt Bradley, What the Soul is, and Where Hidden by Tyra Olstad, The Forest for the Trees by William Huggins, and A Baker’s Dozen of Ways to Endure March in the Pacific Northwest by Iris Graville.


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