Other interesting web sites for resources and inspiration
Spirituality and the Arts
ECVA. The Episcopal Church and the Visual Arts
CIVA. Christians in the Visual Arts.
Image, a journal of arts and religion.
Ruminate Magazine, faith in literature and art.
Spirituality Directed, daily inspirational quotes, art, and musings from Roberta Hiday, a spiritual director in Sequim, Washington.
Christine Hemp, poet, writer, communication coach and consultant.
Sharon Lia Robinson, artist, poet, dancer, and film maker.
Sheila Bender’s Writing it Real, premium magazine and resource center on writing from personal experience.
The Haiku Foundation, preserving and archiving the accomplishments of haiku in English.
The Haiku Society of America, sponsoring events, contests, regional organizations, and the frogpond literary magazine.
World Haiku Association, encouraging international standards for excellence in haiku.
The Heron’s Nest, quarterly online haiku journal that also publishes an annual print edition.
Modern Haiku, an independent journal of haiku and haiku studies.
Roadrunner, quarterly online journal.
Simply Haiku, international journal of English language traditional Japanese short form poetry.
Bottle Rockets Press, publisher of haiku, senryu, and small poems.
tinywords, a daily dose of new haiku.
AHA Poetry, tips, events, contests, and more.
Haiku Devotional, haiku inspired by Bible passages and written by Dan Haase.
The Anglican and Episcopal Church
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Port Townsend, my home parish.
Anglicans Online, including a helpful introduction to the Anglican faith and thousands of links.
Liturgy: Christian worship and spirituality, serving individuals and communities seeking to have worship and spirituality that is vital, transforming, and faithful, from the Chaplain of Christ’s College, Christchurch, New Zealand.
The Lectionary Page, with links to the Sunday readings from the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL).
Cross Walk — The Intersection of Faith & Life, offers a convenient way to compare Bible translations along with many other resources.
Internet Sacred Text Archive, a huge archive of on-line books about religion, mythology, folklore, and the esoteric.