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Lions Roar : September 2006
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2006 9 JANE HIRSHFIELD’s (“About a Poem,” page 112) sixth and most recent poetry collection is After. She is the author of Nine Gates: Entering the Mind of Poetry, a collection of essays investigating the deep structure, energies, and dharma of poetry, and has edited and co-translated three now-classic books collecting the work of women poets from the past. A practitioner of Zen for over thirty years, Hirshfield lives in the Bay Area. CHARLES R. JOHNSON (“Dharma for a Dangerous Time,” page 40) is a novelist, scholar, and essayist. He holds the S. Wilson and Grace M. Pollock Professorship for Excellence in English at the University of Washington in Seattle. He has been the recipient of many prestigious awards, including a Guggenheim Fellowship and a MacArthur Foundation grant. Johnson’s novels include Dreamer, based on the life of Martin Luther King Jr., and Middle Passage, for which he won a National Book Award. ERIK HANSEN (“Bell South,” page 35) is deep into a one-year enlightenment project, about which he is writing a book called One Year to Enlightenment. In explaining the project, Hansen says, “I’m just one of those people who needs a deadline. You can’t force change, but if you deepen your motivation and commitment to practice, change takes care of itself. There’s nowhere to go, but I’m well on my way.” ANGELA PRESSBURGER (“Movies That Matter,” page 93) is a program consultant with the Vancouver International Film Fes- tival and the founder of MapToMovies.com. Her father, Emeric Pressburger, made many postwar British classics, including The Red Shoes, and her sons Andrew Macdonald (Trainspotting, 28 Days Later) and Kevin Macdonald (Touching the Void) continue in the family’s filmmaking tradition. KATIE ZDYBEL (“All in the Family,” page 75) can often be found in the woods with her laptop actually on her lap. Before returning to her editorial assistant job at the Shambhala Sun, she is spend- ing a year in San Francisco, where she looks after her friends’ five- year-old daughter Anna (who prefers to be called Yoda). Zdybel is working on her first novel and co-writing with Anna a screenplay for Star Wars VII, which involves a lot of people apologizing to one another and finally getting along. ©MARYRANDLETT©NICKROSZA Contributors “Absolutely masterful! Stephen Cope lays out the complete path of yoga with stunning clarity.” –Sylvia Boorstein, author of It’s Easier Than You Think Stephen Cope, renowned psychotherapist and senior Kripalu teacher, gives seekers of all traditions access to the brilliant teachings of the Yoga-Sutra by showing them at work in the lives of friends and fellow students. “An unprecedented exploration of how yoga’s timeless insights can be reached in one’s body, mind and heart right now.” –Chip Hartranft, author of The Yoga-Sutra of Patanjali New in hardcover from the author of Yoga and the Quest for the True Self www.bantamdell.com BANTAM Includes an English translation of the Yoga-Sutra Available wherever books are sold