Listed here are publications and organizations which, like Both Sides Now, are working to make a better world. Some we exchange with, some we subscribe to, of others we are members. While their views may differ from ours in some details, and therefore we do not endorse them unconditionally, we believe they represent people of good will. We welcome your feedback and recommendations for additions to this list.

Christian*New Age Quarterly - Our favorite exchange publication. A continuing dialog on the bridge between Christianity and the New Age, coming more from the Christian side but in a non-sectarian way. Intelligent writing; spiritual and thought provoking.

The Peace Alliance - For years Both Sides Now has worked to bring about a synthesis of progressive spirituality and politics. Now Marianne Williamson and Neale Donald Walsch have brought together an awesome group of leading edge thinkers and writers toward much the same goal. (BSN is more willing than others to go out on a limb regarding E.T.s, prophecy, and esoteric teachings, so there is a difference.)

YES! A Journal Of Positive Futures - A quarterly magazine focusing on economics, business, science, technology, and politics; showing that there are earth-friendly and people-friendly alternatives to the system of corporate greed which threatens our freedom and environment. Check their website at least monthly for online only content.

Friends Of Peace Pilgrim - From 1953 to 1981 a solitary woman known only as Peace Pilgrim walked the highways of the U.S. and Canada carrying a simple and universal message of the way to inner and world peace. For information on literature, tapes, and newsletter write to PO Box 2207, Shelton CT 06484-2207.

The Peace Abbey - Dedicated to creating innovative models for society that empower individuals on the paths of nonviolence, peacemaking, and cruelty-free living. They offer a variety of programs and resources that teach, inspire and encourage one to speak out and act on issues of peace and social justice. Faith in action is the cornerstone of theirr fellowship and activist pacifism is their creed.

Realistic Living - A journal on religion and ethics published twice each year. It attempts to fill a gap in religious and ethical publishing, more secular than the religious press, more religious than the secular press. RL is a nonprofit organization doing teaching, publishing, and organizing in the arenas of ecology, social change, world religions, and Christian resurgence. Realistic Living Press is dedicated to publishing books and study materials on the leading edges of religious and ethical thought. For more information see or write to Rt 3 Box 104-A5, Bonham TX 75418.

The Progressive - Our favorite political magazine; a sane and good-humored voice for an ethical, nonviolent, and truly democratic America. Outstanding and knowledgeable writers. Monthly; $32/yr. 409 E Main St., Madison WI 53703.

In These Times - A national, biweekly magazine of news and opinion from an alternative press perspective. Includes news, investigative reporting, analysis, cultural criticism, political humor, etc.

The Nation - The oldest national progressive political magazine. Published weekly, contains in-depth analysis of national and world events as well as editorials, excellent reviews (books, films, art), poetry, etc.

Thom Hartmann - Transformational author and member of the Global Renaissance Alliance group. Has three-branched web site: 1. “Hunters and Farmers,” a radical view of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD); 2. “Waking Up to Personal & Global Transformation” deals with spirituality, mysticism, ecology, and culture; 3. “Shadow Coaching,” a personal counseling service.

AlterNet - One of BSN's favorite alternative news sources. AlterNet is a highly acclaimed Internet information source that provides readers with crucial facts and passionate opinions they can't find anywhere else. Since its inception in 1998, AlterNet has grown dramatically to keep pace with the public demand for independent news and now provides free online content to over 1.5 million readers every month. Relying solely on word of mouth and viral marketing, AlterNet is unique in that its success has come entirely from its readers, who demand reliable information and use it to take action.

Tom Paine.common sense - Another of BSN's favorites. For people who want to keep in touch with the progressive community but don't have time to surf dozens of websites; for people who care about the progressive cause and are looking for an online home. Each day they scour the country—from Capitol Hill to newspapers to think tanks and activist groups—and highlight the news, ideas and actions that you need to stay fully informed. Because they're based in Washington, D.C., expect them to be obsessed with the workings of the nation's capitol.

International Progressive Publications Network (IPPN) - Offers a comprehensive and international directory of progressive publications (including BSN) plus media articles & much more.

Fragments - More or less a personal site where you can find thoughts and information about many of the subjects that interest the editor: the nature of power, the necessity of social change, the futility of war, the stupidity of violence and the promise of strategic nonviolence. These topics and more are explored by presenting fragments of ideas in essays, stories, quotes, rants, poetry, graphic art and photographs.

The Little Garden - Presents classes in many formats to help with your study of A Course in Miracles. Their goal is to inspire students of A Course in Miracles to read and study the Course for themselves, and to practice it as written. They invite you to download, copy to disk, and/or share any of their audio, video, or print material. They ask only that you do not edit it. New content is added regularly, so check back frequently.

Mighty Companions - A Los Angeles based non-profit organization, “Dedicated to encouraging the awareness of ourselves as a One Life.” They produce events and projects and communications to support a shift of consciousness from outer focus to inner, from separation to union.

The Conversation - Making Sense Of These Times - A Mighty Companions website, this site is dedicated to tracking the emerging intelligence that we need for our very survival, and to conversation in which that intelligence can be forged. Founder Suzanne Taylor welcomes “those who see beyond the idea of force imposing world order, to where we look to heal the causes of despair” to meet here.

Eckhart Tolle - Author of The Power of Now and other books, Eckhart Tolle is widely recognized as one of the most original and inspiring spiritual teachers of our time. He travels and teaches throughout the world. Eckhart is not aligned with any particular religion or tradition, but excludes none. His profound yet simple and practical teachings have helped thousands of people find inner peace, healing and greater fulfillment in their lives. At the core of his teachings lies the transformation of individual and collective human consciousness - a global spiritual awakening.

Gary Zukav - For years Gary has conveyed the most complex insights in language all can understand. Over and over, he challenges us to see the depth of our potential in the world…and act on that awareness. He is the author of consecutive New York Times Bestsellers, The Dancing Wu Li Masters: An Overview of the New Physics (1979), The Seat of the Soul (1989), Soul Stories (2000), as well as The Heart of the Soul: Emotional Awareness (2002), and The Mind of the Soul: Responsible Choice (2003), both co-authored with Linda Francis.

Caroline Myss - Author of Anatomy of the Spirit, Why People Don't Heal and How They Can, Sacred Contracts, and numerous audio recordings, Caroline is dedicated to creating educational programs in the fields of human consciousness, spirituality and mysticism, health, energy medicine, and the science of medical intuition.

Sojourners - Their mission is to articulate the biblical call to social justice, inspiring hope and building a movement to transform individuals, communities, the church, and the world.

Zine World - A Reader’s Guide to the Underground Press. The cream of review zines, ZW is an extensive guide to zine culture. Each issue has hundreds of honest reviews, plus store/distro reports, events listings, and news of the zine scene including its hassles. Much more info plus links to many zines (including BSN), and ordering information at their web site. - New Age Pride is Teena Booth’s initiative to revive the New Age movement without the cultish and faddish aspects that left a bad taste for too many. Her web site is full of thoughtful tidbits, and her book--“Unfinished Evolution: How a New Age Revival Can Change Your Life and Save the World”—makes a very strong, thoughtful, and thorough case for her vision.





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