Monday, 24 November 2008

Calling all bloggers

We've worked up a nice bit of momentum once more, fuelled primarily by regular postings from Kyle and added to with some of my own old material. Unfortunately, he's busy with other things now and due to other commitments I simply don't have the spare time these days to write regular new posts.

So I'd like to invite anyone who thinks thay could contribute to get in touch with me about getting on the contributors list. And if you're already on the list - get cracking!

Without regular new material, the readership we've built up will dwindle, which will be a bit of a shame.

In the meantime, I think Justin W's working on something and I can probably dust off a couple more posts from the vaults.


  1. Hmmm,
    Well, I'm fairly new to Buddhism, sit about three or four times a week, live in a small town with no local groups, and I'm not a bhikkhu or roshi or even a novice monk.

    But, if I can contribute in some small way I'd love to help.

  2. I think I would like to help as well.

  3. Well, the main thing is that it's reasonably on-topic: Buddhism, in particular, how Buddhism is adapting to modern society and how it can be understood in modern terms. It's all very informal. You don't need to be a bhikkhu or roshi or even a novice monk. I'm not. Just talk about your own experiences, or do some research and write about a topic or your opinion on a topic.

    Send your email address to me at the address on the main page and I'll add you to the list.

  4. it is quiet hypnotic, yes? ;)

  5. If you'd take a look at my own blog, The Buddha Diaries ( you'll get a flavor of my own approach to finding the relevance of Buddhist teachings to contemporary life. I'd be interested in joining this effort, and can be contacted through my site.