Tag: Leaping Clear

  • Leaping Clear to Cease Publication

    Leaping Clear logo

    The Editorial Team at Leaping Clear online journal featuring work of worldwide artists and writers with dedicated meditation and contemplation practices has announced that they will cease publication. They sent the following announcement:

    (more…)
  • Leaping Clear – Fall 2021

    Leaping Clear - logo

    We’re delighted to welcome you to the fifth-year anniversary edition of Leaping Clear! We invite you to enjoy the many manifestations of visual art, music, and writing. Music by Roseminna Watson; photography/video by Carla Brennan, Izumi Tanaka, Zangmo Alexander, and more; and poetry by Alison Luterman, Jane Hirshfield, Jody Gladding, Susan Harvey, and others; essays by Mary Lane Potter and Stephen Batchelor. Visit the Leaping Clear website to see what else is in this issue.

  • Happy 5th Anniversary Leaping Clear

    Leaping Clear - logoCongrats to Leaping Clear! The online lit mag is celebrating its fifth anniversary this spring.

    With this special occasion, the masthead is welcoming in new editors Simon Boes and Jen Schmidt.

    Readers can celebrate with the magazine by checking out their brand new Spring/Summer 2021 issue. Instead of the usual format, this issue is published as a weekly Showcase Feature which will highlight one contributor from the past five years each week until the 2021 Fall issue is released in September. This week’s showcase is “Call and Response” by author and artist Deborah Kennedy.

  • Call :: Leaping Clear Editorial Opening

    Leaping Clear - logo

    Leaping Clear, www.leapingclear.org, is looking for an editor to join the volunteer editorial team. We’re all practicing artists with dedicated meditative/contemplative practices and welcome someone who shares these activities. Social media experience and good communication skills are essential. For details on stipend and work specifics, please contact editor@leapingclear.org, with Editor, NewPages in subject line.

     

  • Sponsor Spotlight: Leaping Clear

    Leaping Clear - logoOnline magazine of the arts and literature Leaping Clear features artists and writers from around the world who work from dedicated meditation and contemplation practices. These include formal meditation, spiritual inquiry, prayer, integrated mind-body spiritual disciplines, dedicated communion with nature, philosophical reflections, and beyond.

    Readers can enjoy an ad-free experience, and writers do not have to pay any submission fees to have their work read. Writers, take note: submissions open on May 1 and close at the end of the month, so you have some time to polish your work and send it over.

  • Find Balance with Leaping Clear

    Leaping Clear - Spring 2020Leaping Clear offers readers poetry, prose, and so much more.

    In the current, Spring 2020 issue, readers can find “Reflections,” by Jon Tho, a light and flowing song on the piano; “Letter to My Mum” by Zangmo Alexander, a video made in response to Alexander’s mother questioning Alexander’s choice to become ordained as a Buddhist nun; mixed media with fabric art by Barbara Parmet; and poetry and prose by writers like Terri Maue, Christien Gholson, Mobi Warren, Stephanie Peek, and others.

    The variety found in this issue is refreshing and keeps readers engaged. Now is a great time to check it out as a bit of an escape from what’s going on in the world around us. With calming music, engaging video, and more than a handful of traditionally written pieces, Leaping Clear gives readers a moment to find balance in their lives.

  • Leaping Clear – Spring 2020

    Leaping Clear - Spring 2020

    The Spring 2020 of Leaping Clear is out. This issue encourages readers to find balance in troubling times. Essays by Amy Sugeno, Dorian Rolston, and more; fiction by Anita Feng; mixed media by Barbara Parmet and Deborah Kennedy; music by Jon Tho; poetry by Ben Gallagher, Kathleen Hellen, Stephen Fulder, Yasmin Kloth, and more; video by Zangmo Alexander; and visual art by Denise Susanne Townsend, Michele Giulvezan-Tanner, and Stephanie Peek.

North Street Book Prize logo 2022
White background with Press written in blue and 53 written in orange and award for poetry in black