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Lions Roar : July 2012
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2012 9 KAZUAKI TANAHASHI (art for “I Want to Be Loving,” page 40) has had many solo exhibitions of his calligraphic paintings and has taught calligra- phy internationally. His books include Treasury of the True Dharma Eye: Zen Master Dogen’s Shobo Genzo and the soon to be released Sky Above, Great Wind: The Life and Poetry of Zen Master Ryokan. A peace and environmental activist, Tanahashi is director of the organi- zation A World With- out Armies. Contributors NATALIE GOLDBERG (“Waking Up to Hap- piness,” page 25) is the author of Writing Down the Bones, which has sold more than a million copies and has been translated into fourteen languages. She is also the author of the novel Banana Rose and a book of poetry called Top of My Lungs. A resident of northern New Mexico, Goldberg is originally from New York. She still loves Jewish delicatessens and frequents them whenever she’s on the East Coast. GERRY HADDEN (“But First the News...,” page 29) was National Public Radio’s reporter for Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean from 2000 to 2004. His memoir of his NPR years, Never the Hope Itself: Love and Ghosts in Latin America and Haiti, was published in 2011. Now he reports for PRI’s The World Out of Barcelona. Had- den describes himself as a longtime faltering student of Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, with whom he took refuge too many years ago to count. ED HALLIWELL (“Mainstreaming Mindfulness,” page 77) lives in Sussex, England, with his wife and eight-month-old son. He’s coauthor of The Mindful Manifesto: How Doing Less and Noticing More Can Help Us Thrive in a Stressed-Out World and wrote the Be Mindful report for the UK Men- tal Health Foundation, which recommends that mindfulness be taught more widely in Britain’s National Health Service. Hal- liwell writes for the Guardian newspaper and has a regular blog, “The Examined Life,” at Mindful.org. PHOTOS(LEFTTORIGHT)BYHEIDILONG,IMAGARMENDIA,VICTORIAHALLIWELL,KEVINS.MOUL,LIZAMATTHEWS LAURA MUNSON (“There Is a Field—I’ll Meet You There,” page 17) is the author of the memoir This Is Not the Story You Think It Is, about the surprising way she reacted when her husband wanted to divorce. From the mythic trenches of “failure,” to the mythic mountains of “suc- cess,” Munson writes and teaches about the power of surrender and emotional freedom. Her work has been published in O Maga- zine, Redbook, and the New York Times.