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Order Love Cemetery online  from  Amazon or from Book Passage.

A new edition has been released of:

Longing for Darkness: Tara and the Black Madonna
with a new introduction by China.
Order from: Penguin

 or Amazon

Sally Cuneen reviews both books in the National Catholic Reporter





Family History Research on the Web: This document contains a treasure trove of both free and for fee internet resources for geneologists. Click HERE to download.

African American Cemeteries.com, Cemeteries often contain genealogical information that can't be found anywhere else. As such, they provide crucial information and clues for further research for the African American genealogist.

Corey Fischer, China's husband, is an actor, writer, director and co-founder of Traveling Jewish Theatre.

Janet McKenzie is a Vermont artist who pays homage to the feminine figure through sacred and secular imagery. Ms. McKenzie's paintings depict an inner strength that often challenge and comfort the viewer. You can view two of her works on the sacred images page under the contemporary images section.

Joe Goodwin is a painter whose work has been deeply influenced by Jung. He has graciously offered to donate the proceeds from sales of selected works to The Keepers of Love (China's non-profit work).

Bill Moyer's Journal

Candle in My Window for Tibet : Join the Biggest Protest Ever for Tibet. On Thursday Aug 7th, the night before the Olympic Games start Light a Candle for Tibet at your home, workplace or in a public place.

Tom Engelhardt has assembled some of the best of his dispatches, from some of the boldest and most astute commentators in the country in his new book, The World According to TomDispatch: America in the New Age of Empire.

Parkinson's disease has offered artist Michael Sawyer a rare path to freedom. Read this article featured in the tricycle magazine and view some of his beautiful works.

The Women of Tibet film project consists of three one-hour documentary films revealing potent historical moments of past and contemporary Tibet. Women of Tibet: A Quiet Revolution wins 2008 Silver and Bronze TELLY awards and is currently screening on national PBS.

Drew Dellinger is a spoken word poet, professor, activist and founder of Poets for Global Justice. Dellinger's work has appeared on radio, in visionary films, books, anthologies, and in magazines, from the New York Times Magazine toYes!Magazine.

Many more links can be found on the Resources page.

2007 China Galland