The same, great content featured in the courses along with other recommendations for further study.

You can explore the library by:


Find a topic that interests you in the topic index or simply start from the top (at “Buddhism”) and then explore by clicking on the “Subtopic” links at the bottom of the page. (Note that individual items in the library may appear in multiple bibliographies if tagged with multiple subjects.)


Here you’ll find the latest and greatest publications in the library sorted by year. And to stay up-to-date, subscribe to the blog.

Type in what you’re looking for and see what comes up!


Or explore the breadth of our recommendations in a more serendipitous way.


If there’s a particular author you want to hear more from or you just want to get a sense of who is represented here, you can find a partial list of our authors here.

Content Type

In the mood to curl up with a good book? Or perhaps looking for a talk to listen to? Our listing by content type is the canonical list of everything in the library.

Google Drive™

This website started off as a Google Drive folder, which still serves as this website’s primary file server. The Google Drive folder contains roughly the same content as this site, arranged similarly, just missing a few links here and there and containing a few extra goodies that haven’t yet found their way over here. If you’re looking for offline saving or are an avid user of Google Drive, this link is for you.

For Librarians, Academics, and Other Collectors

You can download the entire library as a Bibtex Database (.bib) file here, suitable for importing into your favorite reference manager. If you need the database in another format (json? RIS? MARC?), please send me an email and I’ll be happy to write a converter for you.

While most of the content here can be found via the original publishers’, journals’ and miscellaneous other websites, some of the items in this library can’t be found elsewhere. For those, see the exclusive content page or download them all at once via this link).