I need my heart to quiet;
I need for things to soften;
I need to see again: what grace,
Midnight light and gentle rain.
— Hunter Joslin

About Hunter Joslin

Hunter Joslin is a freelance writer, editor, and photographer. He has contributed to The Huffington PostElephant Journal, and He has edited books for Sriyogi Publications, Nalanda International, and SUNY Press. His poetry was published in the book Antonio T. de Nicolas: Poet of Eternal Return. His photography was used as cover artwork for the same book and showcased in a solo exhibition, The Circuit: From Mother India to the Roof of the World. Hunter earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Georgetown University and a Master of Arts in Theology from Loyola Marymount University. He currently lives in New York, NY, and spends his free time reading and traveling.

For business inquiries, please visit Joslin Marketing.

All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible.
— T.E. Lawrence, Seven Pillars of Wisdom


Joslin, Hunter. “From Mother India to the Roof of the World.” William H. Hannon Library, Los Angeles. 12 Feb 2014. Photography exhibition.


Joslin, Hunter. “Self-Restraint, Global Warming, and the Will to Change. Elephant Journal. 12 Oct 2016.

__________. “Spain: A Pilgrimage to Montserrat.” GoNOMAD. 23 May 2016.

__________. “Why Wait to Dwell Together, Why Wait to be Free?” Elephant Journal. 23 May 2016.

__________. “Suffering and the First Seekers.” Elephant Journal. 20 May 2016.

__________. “Thinking About Renouncing the World, Think Again.” Elephant Journal. 12 May 2016.

__________. “In the Shadows of Hagia Sophia.” Elephant Journal. 26 April 2016.

Chapple, Christopher (editor). “El Soñador.” Antonio T. de Nicolás: Poet of Eternal Return. Los Angeles: Nalanda International, 2014. Poem.

__________. “Bird in a Window.” Antonio T. de Nicolás: Poet of Eternal Return. Los Angeles: Nalanda International, 2014. Cover photo.

Joslin, Hunter. “Seeking Freedom: A Comparison of the Examen of Consciousness and the Āvaśyaka Sūtra.” Thesis. Loyola Marymount University, 2014 (pending). William H. Hannon Library. Web.

__________. “Response to Feedback on ‘Is There Room for God in Jainism?’” The Huffington Post. 17 Sept. 2013.

__________. “Is There Room for God in Jainism?” The Huffington Post. 26 Aug. 2013.


Chapple, Christopher and Arindam Chakrabarti. Yōgavāsiṣṭha: Engaged Emancipation. New York: Sunny Press, 2015.

Chapple, Christopher (editor). Antonio T. de Nicolás: Poet of Eternal Return. Los Angeles: Nalanda International, 2014.

__________. “Elephants in Religious Consciousness.” 651 Hasti. Nov. 2013.

“Master of Arts in Yoga Studies.” Bellarmine College. Loyola Marymount University, 2012.


Joslin, Hunter. “Pilgrimage.” Poet of Eternal Return. University of Florida. 2 April 2016. Speech.

___________. “Compassion in Ignatian Spirituality.” A Hindu-Catholic Dialogue. Loyola Marymount University. 24 May 2014. Speech.


McQuade, Julia. "Hunter Joslin's ‘The Circuit’ Captures the Natural Beauty of India." The Los Angeles Loyolan. Los Angeles. 12 Feb. 2014: