The essay I published last year with Longreads, “Shared Breath,” has been honored with an “honorable mention” from the Best American Essays.
I’ve got an interview up with the Thai Buddhist feminist and activist Ouyporn Khuankaew in the recent issue of Tricycle magazine. Originally published for Buddhistdoor Global, the reprinted interview discusses sexuality, […]
How does receiving a donated organ affect your sense of self? Read more at Longreads.
I’m approaching my second year (wow!) as a monthly columnist for Buddhistdoor Global. I write on women in Buddhism, and in honor of the anniversary, I thought I’d share a […]
“Imagination is very personal; it’s like a fingerprint, it’s one of the most identifiable features of a self,” she says. “And at the same time, it’s also just a self. […]
I interviewed Susan Piver, founder of the Open Heart Project and NY Times bestselling author, for my monthly Buddhistdoor column on women in Buddhism. We talked about virtual meditation, digital […]
“If you come away feeling like a horrible caregiver, and you feel like you’re falling short all the time, your lens for seeing what is going well becomes distorted,” says […]
Imagine this: a young woman, heavily pregnant and in labor, makes the journey to a grove of trees sacred to the local goddess. The village women accompany her, and she […]
“Dharma is essentially the training to be free just as radical[ness] and queerness is the training to be free,” says Lama Rod Owens in Radical Dharma. This parallel structure—between the […]
My column at Buddhistdoor Global continues to fascinate me, as I have the opportunity to speak with incredibly intelligent, compelling, and insightful women about their lives, Buddhist practice, and what […]