Clark Strand

A former senior editor at Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, Clark Strand has been writing about ecology and spirituality for more than thirty years. The author of Waking Up to the Dark, Waking the Buddha, Meditation Without Gurus, How to Believe in God, and Seeds from a Birch Tree, Strand has written for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the Washington Post/Newsweek “On Faith” blog. He is the co-founder of Way of the Rose, a growing nonsectarian rosary fellowship open to people of any spiritual background, and the co-author, with Perdita Finn, of the forthcoming book The Way of the Rose: The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary.
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  1. […] Clark Strand is a writer, and the former editor of Tricycle: The Buddhist Review. He published a book in 2015 titled Waking up to the Dark: Ancient Wisdom for a Sleepless Age and is anticipating the sequel to that book, The Way of the Rose: The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary, co-authored with his wife Perdita Finn. Also together with his wife, he started an international, non-denominational, non-religious rosary fellowship called Way of the Rose. The group is leaderless, each member sharing the duty of moderating the activities. To hear more about the history of the Rosary and Clark Strand and Perdita Finn’s endeavors to return the feminine to the tradition, as well as the way in which he links this tradition to ecology, listen to the complete interview. […]