Talk:Shambhala Publications

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Please don't delete this article[edit]

It's hard to get information on significant publishers once they become imprints of larger publishers, and harder still when they are not a web presence like so many modern businesses; for anyone not familiar with this publisher, rest assured, they have a permanent place in the pantheon of religious/spiritual book publishers. if Pokemon can have 8,000 articles devoted to each whisker on each creature, then this publisher must stay. I WILL try to flesh it out some more: (note that I am not the creator of this article) I really hope we can move towards acknowledging the role of publishers like this. if you do a search for shambhala publications, or shambhala, youll probably find, i would guess, at least a few hundred links to REFERENCES in WP (hey, I nailed it: I just did the search and 419 incidents found!). I think every publisher whose books are used significantly as reference material on WP should have at least a stub. I know the books themselves are the most critical to have articles on, but publishers like this are not just businesses, but collectors of knowledge. so please, please please dont delete this. I already had a stub article on sierra club books deleted (merged), which I will try to recreate when I have more refs: without these publishers, wikipedia would absolutely not exist!Mercurywoodrose (talk) 19:51, 25 May 2009 (UTC)

This article needs keeping in if posible.--Felix Folio Secundus (talk) 23:54, 23 June 2009 (UTC)