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Lions Roar : September 2012
56 SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2012 WHEN I WAS FIRST INTRODUCED to Darcy Lott, she was at work as a stunt double, wearing what she dubbed “the world’s shortest kimono” and preparing to hurl herself off the turret of a Victorian building. She was careful while preparing for the stunt—or wanted to believe she was—but she got distracted at the last minute when a spotlight panned the dark street and she saw her long-lost brother, or what looked like him, on the roof of the Barbary Coast Zen Center. Suddenly the camera was on Darcy and she had to jump. No time to recheck her stunt prep, she missed the catcher bag and crashed into the sidewalk, red seeping from her shoulder. Was it a coincidence that the very next day an old friend of Darcy’s disappeared, echoing the pain- ful disappearance of her brother twenty years earlier? Pure Fiction Mystery, suspense, science fiction—ANDREA MILLER profiles three Buddhist-inspired novelists who make up stories to tell the truth about our world. PHOTOBYLIZAMATTHEWS