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Lions Roar : November 2008
SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2008 11 IBS was established in 1949 and is affiliated with the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, and Ryukoku University, Kyoto Contact the IBS registrar at: www.shin-ibs.edu INSTITUTE of BUDDHIST STUDIES BERKELEY 2140 Durant Ave., Suite 30 Berkeley, California 94704 USA (510) 809-1444 Fax (510) 809-1411 Applications for FALL 2009 Semester Due by 15 FEBRUARY 2009 Offers two degree programs: MASTER OF ARTS (Buddhist Studies) academically accredited and jointly administered with the Graduate Theological Union and MASTER OF BUDDHIST STUDIES ® Contributors One of America’s leading Buddhist teachers and authors, SHARON SALZBERG (“Don’t I Know You?” page 25) teaches insight meditation and the cultivation of compas- sion. She is a cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, and of the Barre Center for Bud- dhist Studies. Salzberg’s latest release is Unplug, an inter- active audio kit published by Sounds True. JOHN WELWOOD, Ph.D. (“Intimate Relationship as a Spiritual Crucible,” page 58) is a psychotherapist who has been a student of Tibetan Buddhism for more than thirty-five years. Although not explicitly autobiographical, his article in this issue traces his own journey through his twenty-year marriage. His books include Perfect Love, Imperfect Relationships: Healing the Wound of the Heart. The most recent work of Romanian-born ANDREI CODRESCU (“About a Poem,” page 120) is Jealous Witness: New Poems, which comes with a CD of music by the New Orleans Klezmer All-Stars. Among his many other books is New Orleans, Mon Amour: Twenty Years of Writing from the City, a collection responding to the 2005 catastrophe that devastated his adopted city. Codrescu is also a commentator for National Public Radio. Married by Thich Nhat Hanh in Plum Village, PEGGY ROWE WARD and LARRY WARD (“Love’s Garden,” page 54) are ordained dharma teachers. Peggy is co-author of Making Friends with Time. Larry can be heard periodically on the National Public Radio broadcast “Brother Thay.” Together, they direct The Lotus Institute, a nonprofit orga- nization dedicated to cultivating the mind of love. GEORGE CRANE (“Papa Christos,” page 85) is author of the best- seller Bones of the Master: A Journey to Secret Mongolia. His most recent work is the just-completed novel, Ye s . He is writer-in-resi- dence at Hellenic International Studies in the Arts on the island of Paros, Greece, and lives off the grid above the Mycenaean Acropo- lis in Koukounaria. ANNE DONOVAN (“Through the Looking Glass,” page 33) is author of the novel Buddha Da, which tells the story of Jimmy, a painter and decorator who turns to Buddhism. The book is not autobiographical, but Donovan spent a lot of time painting her house while she was writing it, and—like Jimmy—she finds it dif- ficult to sit still long enough to meditate. Her latest novel, Being Emily, was published in May. ALANDIMMICKLIZAMATTHEWSCAPTAINBANANASREGGIEHENKARTBRIANBAIAMONTE NOV 1-17.indd 11 NOV 1-17.indd 11 9/1/08 12:17:07 PM 9/1/08 12:17:07 PM