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Lions Roar : January 2012
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2012 12 A resident of northern New Mexico, NATALIE GOLDBERG (“Another New Year,” page 25) is the author of eleven books, including Writing Down the Bones and Old Friend From Far Away. She’s a longtime Zen practitioner who studied with the late Katagiri Roshi for twelve years and Thich Nhat Hanh for six. MICHAEL A. STUSSER (“Speak No Evil, Tweet No Evil,” page 58) has had a hand in creating several board games, includ- ing The Doonesbury Game, and Hear Me Out, which was launched at Starbucks. His book, The Dead Guy Interviews: Conver- sations with 45 of the Most Accomplished, Notorious, and Deceased Personalities in History, was published by Penguin. A professor at Columbia University, ROBERT THURMAN (“The Cool Heroes of Zuccotti Park,” page 21) is cofounder and president of Tibet House U.S. He is one of America’s leading Buddhist schol- ars, a close friend and ally of the Dalai Lama, and an important advocate of the Tibetan cause. Thurman is the author of many books, including Inner Revolution. JEFF GREENWALD (“Snakes on the Brain,” page 67) is the author of six books, including Shopping for Buddhas, which details his adventures searching for the “perfect” Buddha statue, and Snake Lake, which is set during the pro-democracy rev- olution in Nepal in the nineties. Greenwald is executive director of Ethical Traveler, a nonprofit group that uses tourism to pro- mote human rights and environmental protection. GENINE LENTINE (“Chatterbox,” page 52) teaches an ongoing Sunday Writing Studio at San Francisco Zen Center, where she was recently artist-in-residence. She’s the author of Mr. Worthington’s Beauti- ful Experiments on Splashes and coauthor, with Stanley Kunitz, of The Wild Braid: A Poet Reflects on a Century in the Garden. Contributors NELSONDENMANCOURTESYOFJEFFGREENWALDVELCROWRIPPERJIMSCHUMAKER The Sky BenchTM *Easy to assume meditation posture even with limited flexibility. *Comes apart for easy travel. *Full line of meditation seats, and eco friend and eco friendly furniture. 1-888-267-5366 www.zafu.net hardcover/US$24.95/ISBN:978-1572249684US$15.95/ISBN:978-1608820313 Enjoy one mindful practice each day By the author of Buddha’s Brain “A fascinating conversation at the frontier of science and spirituality, medicine and meditation.” — Daniel Goleman, PhD Copublished with Mind & Life Institute The Mind’s Own Physician A Scientific Dialogue with the Dalai Lama on the Healing Power of Meditation Just One Thing Developing a Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time Discover the Healing Power of the Human Mind newharbingerpublications, inc. 1-800-748-6273 / www.newharbinger.com KURTSMITH