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Lotus Press and No War No More grew out of the
ideas and hopes of a few activists in the Mahoning Valley in Ohio. The
philosophy of our press is rooted in a Buddhist, environmentalist and
social consciousness. No War No More, A Collection of Poems,
Essays, Photos and Artwork for Peace, has finally been
published. Doug Fowler, Diana Ludwig and Arya Jenkins worked
on this project for some time. Thanks to Doug's fastidiousness
and Diana's talents with layout, this project finally came to
fruition. NWNM contains work by Doug, Diana, and Arya, as well
as Pauline Beck, Donna Brennan, J. D. Curtis, Jim Jordan, Staughton
Lynd, Tenzin Palmo, Richard Pirko, Teresa Saska and Bob
Proceeds from sales of the
book will benefit the Dongyu Gatsal Ling Nunnery Project in
northern India. The nunnery, which was started by Tenzin
Palmo, educates nuns in the Kagyu lineage. Some of those nuns
will return to their communities as counselors and teachers. More
information about Tenzin Palmo's project can be found
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| Arya Francesca Jenkins|
Bilingual and bicultural journalist, arts editor, writer
and English instructor.
as editor and consultant with fiction and nonfiction writers, helping
them to prep their manuscripts for publication. 1986 to present
Active volunteer work in peace activism, Tibetan causes;
| Donna Brennan |
Freelance photojournalist with North Jersey Media Group
Official photographer for the Fort Lee Film Commission.
Also published by Haworth Press, Arcadia Press,
John Libbey Publishing, New York Post, Fort Lee Newsletter
| Douglas A.
Along with an ongoing
interest in wilderness hiking and travel, Doug pursues the defense of
the environment with the tools of math and science education. He has
found refuge at Youngstown State University.
He has had other interesting work as a steelworker, machinist,
carpenter, cabinet maker, field-work in hydrology with both the U.S.
Geological Survey in southeast Montana and the Forest Service in Idaho,
field paleontologist in central Montana, on a forest fire in Idaho, and
three years as a school custodian.
writing as a way of making his experience part of that voice crying out
a need for meaningful work amidst our new managerial retail landscape.
ReeL News |
news footage and articles of breaking news and current events in Fort
Lee, New Jersey, and the surrounding communities including Edgewater
Reel News is an independent news Web site with a humanitarian,
political and arts focus, committed to covering news that is important
and relevant to local, national and international communities. It
provides coverage of unusual, timely and important topics, but also
everyday subjects with an eye honed to what is not often seen or
perceived and should be.
"As the name implies, they offer a lot
of visual interpretations, although sometimes, as in the case of the
national elections, there will be accompanying text. It invites not
only your attendance to key issues, but your voice and your
participation in the conversation of those who wish not only to better
and enlighten the planet, but to enlighten themselves."
An artist who is happiest outdoors and a lazy
bibliophiliac, who spelunks, rollerbades, picks up red efts,
wintergreen berries, ox-eye daisies, x-c skiis, talks to barn
owls, watches birds, foxes, antelopes, butterflies,
toads, praying mantises... snowdrops along the Clarion and bald eagles
over, foxgloves down the Belltown way, scrumbles around, planting,
drawing, hiking, bogging, botanizing, stargazing, snowshoing, herbing,
looking for bats & salamanders, backpacking and camping. When
that's done, she reads, writes, paints & does other mixed media
art, takes hours-long cyanotype photos, & plays with cats.
artist's collective of Ohio, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania artists,
photographers & writers.