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Lions Roar : March 2008
SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2008 11 Contributors RUTH L. OZEKI (“The Art of Losing,” page 68) is a filmmaker turned novelist and the author of All Over Creation and My Year of Meats. Recently she contributed a chapter to Click, a young-adult novel written collaboratively with ten authors to benefit Amnesty International. She is a student of Zoketsu Norman Fischer and splits her time between New York and British Columbia. BRAD WARNER (“That’s Not Very Buddhist of You,” page 33) played in hardcore punk bands in the early eighties. After studying Buddhism at Kent State University, he went to Japan to study Zen and do special effects for low-budget monster movies. He also writes for SuicideGirls.com and leads Zen medita- tion retreats. His new book is Sit Down and Shut Up. NATALIE GOLDBERG (“Write Your Life,” page 52) is the author of eleven books and a frequent contributor to the Shambhala Sun. Her new book is Old Friend from Far Away: The Practice of Writing Memoir, excerpted in this issue. Author of the classic Writing Down the Bones, Goldberg teaches workshops and retreats on writing as a practice. SAM HAMILL (“About a Poem,” page 120) is a poet and a translator of classical Chinese and Japanese poetry. He was founding editor of Copper Canyon Press, where he served for thirty-two years before being forced out. He attributes this in part to his commitment to Poets Against War, which he founded in January, 2003. His recent poems are collected in Measured by Stone (Curbstone Press) and Almost Paradise (Shambhala Publications). DAVID SIPRESS’ cartoons (page 17) appear regularly in The New Yo r k e r and many other magazines. He has authored eight books of cartoons and is the writer, producer, and host of “Conversations with Cartoonists,” an ongoing series of performances featuring humor and interviews with great New Yorker cartoonists. David has been interested in Buddhism for many years, and considers it an excellent source of jokes. BARRY BOYCE (“The Many Faces of the Dalai Lama,” page 42) is senior editor of the Shambhala Sun and Buddhadharma. Barry is the (heretofore) anonymous moderator of the panel discussions featured in Buddhadharma. He is co-author of The Rules of Victory: How to Transform Chaos and Conflict—Strategies from the Art of Wa r , which will be published in March, 2008. DAVIDMORSELIZAMATTHEWS A remarkable DVD! and the Child Honouring Compassion Revolution Rare footage of Raffi’s talk with the Dalai Lama, his performance for Mandela, his honorary degree speech, new music videos and much more. “Beautiful. I love it!” —Riane Eisler RAFFI RENAISSANCE CHILD HONORING How to Turn This World Around Raffi Cavoukian, Sharna Olfman Editors Also available: www.raffinews.com Anthology and companion CD Foreword by the Dalai Lama MAR 1-17.indd 11 MAR 1-17.indd 11 12/19/07 2:01:42 PM 12/19/07 2:01:42 PM