Quest (periodical)

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NOTE: For the similarly named periodical published in London from 1909 to 1930 by G. R. S. Mead, see The Quest.

Quest magazine, renamed from The Quest in 2010, is the public print vehicle of the Theosophical Society in America. It is the successor to The American Theosophist. The President of the TSA is the chief editor of the magazine. It was issued bimonthly until 2009, when it went to a quarterly format, with each issue planned around a broad theme. The magazine is designed to have broad appeal to the general public as well as to Theosophists.

Availability online

A website provides information about subscribing; book reviews; themes and author deadlines for upcoming issues; and publication guidelines. It also has the major articles from each issue from 1999 to present. The Union Index of Theosophical Periodicals has an index to all issues.

The ProQuest academic database offers a complete run of Quest, along with its predecessors, in its Religious Magazine Archive. Access is by subscription, and is available at many universities and large libraries.

Authors of Quest articles

Well-known sontributors include:

  • Eknath Easwaran
  • Mircea Eliade
  • Georg Feuerstein
  • Anton Grosz
  • Stephan Hoeller
  • Jean Houston
  • Alice O. Howell
  • Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan
  • Martin Marty
  • Huston Smith
  • David Steindl-Rast
  • Adam Warcup
  • Renée Weber
  • Ken Wilbur

There have also been interviews of Fritjof Schuon, Colin Wilson, and Ravi Ravindra.

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