Since 1983, Inquiring Mind has been a donation-supported, semiannual journal dedicated to the creative transmission of Buddhadharma to the West. However, after thirty-one years of service to the dharma, Inquiring Mind will cease publication after our next issue is released in the Spring of 2015.

While this is a truly sad moment for all of us here at the Mind, we fully intend to bring our journey to completion this next April with grace, and with the elegance and standard in quality that we hope is exemplified by the sixty-one editions of this journal that have come before.

But to do so, we still need your financial support.

If you would like to offer a donation to help us complete the final issue, please follow this link to our SUBSCRIBE/SUPPORT page.

Readers of Inquiring Mind include followers of many different Buddhist traditions, and others interested in the philosophy and ideas of Buddhism. Born out of the Theravada Buddhist community of insight (vipassana) meditators, Inquiring Mind is highly regarded for excellent and thought-provoking interviews of Buddhist teachers such as Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstien and Joanna Macy, as well as for art, poetry, stories and humorous essays.

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