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Lions Roar : January 2011
10 SHAMBHALA SUN JANUAry 2011 Dzogchen PonloP RinPoche (“Rebel Buddha,” page 36) was trained by many of the greatest Buddhist masters from Tibet’s last pre-exile generation. Now based in the U.S., he devotes much of his energy to developing a genuine Western Buddhism that is free from the cultural hang-ups that distract us from the Buddha’s essential message of wakefulness. His latest book is Rebel Buddha: On the Road to Freedom. A longtime Zen student, SuSan DunlaP (“About a Poem,” page 96) has written twenty-one mystery novels and numerous short stories. Her stories feature Berkeley Police Officer Jill Smith, forensic pathologist-cum-private investigator Kiernan O’Shaughnessy, meter reader Vejay Haskell, and, most recently, stunt double Darcy Lott, who is also the assistant to the abbot of a Zen center. Health psychologist Kelly Mcgonigal, Ph.D. (“Healing the Whole Person,” page 56) is a student of Buddhist wisdom and compassion practices, and she’s grateful for how they have helped her deal with chronic pain and anxiety. She teaches the Compas- sion Cultivation Program at the Stanford Center for Compas- sion and Altruism Research and Education, a collaboration between Western scientists, psychologists, and Tibetan scholars and teachers. Daniel aSa RoSe (“Xmas Spirit,” page 71) has won an O. Hen- ry Prize, two PEN Fiction Awards, and an NEA Fellowship, and has written for Vanity Fair, Esquire, and GQ. Rose’s latest book is Larry’s Kidney: Being the True Story of How I Found Myself in Chi- na With my Black Sheep Cousin and his Mail-Order Bride, Skirting the Law to Get Him a Transplant...and Save His Life. anne cuShMan (“Yoga Rat,” page 29) co-directs the Mindfulness Yoga training program at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and is the author of the novel Enlightenment for Idiots, the tale of a would-be yoga teacher’s hilarious and ill- fated quest for spiritual awakening in India, which was named by Booklist as one of the top ten first novels of 2008. Contributors CYNTHIASMALLEYMIRIAMBERKLEY hilDe ThoMSen (illustrations for “Hug- ging Whoooole World,” page 62) is an Aus- tralian-based illustrator and artist from the fjords of Norway, whose illustrations are mainly editorial and caricature. With pen, ink, and a splash of watercolor, she manages to capture the humor and energy in any subject matter. Hilde is also a social worker and finds great inspiration in people and their environments. gREgEDWARDS