Mikel Dunham

Mikel Dunham is a photojournalist, thanka painter, and the author of Buddha’s Warriors,Samye, and the soon-to-be-published Caught in Nepal. His political blog on Nepal and Tibet iswww.mikeldunham.blogs.com. His murals for Tibetan Buddhist temples can be found in Sarnath, India and Walton, New York. He lives in Santa Monica, California. 


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The Apocalyptic Tradition

The exiled person or the category of exile doesn’t exist, especially in regards to literature....

The Apocalyptic Tradition
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