Details: Spring/Summer 2021 Issue | Paperback | 8.5 x 11 | 94 Pages | Full Color | Thick 70lb paper with a Sustainable Forestry Certificate | Double Issue!
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 9th 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 speak with award-winning authors Heidi Barr and Ellie Roscher and their book 12 Tiny Things; as well as Stephen Drew, author of the Camino memoir, Into the Thin.
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 Travel Column by L.M. Browning.
Feature Poets: April Tierney, L.M. Browning, Amy Nawrocki, Diane Webster, Michael Garrigan, C.M. Rivers, Richard Risemberg, Jack e Lorts, Gunilla Norris, Brooks Robards, Stephen Campiglio, Ken Meisel, Sheila Mulrooney, and Sean Murphy.
Feature Essays: For the Love of Place by Walker Abel, Awakening to a New Geography by David K. Leff, On Being Non-binary by Quinn Gathercole, Nature is Queer by Ken Lamberton, Sugar Mandala by Maria Hetherton, and Environmentalism Meets Anti-Racism by Iris Graville.