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Lions Roar : November 2009
shaMBhaLa suN NoveMBer 2009 9 Contributors DiAne ACkermAn (“first light,” page 62)—poet, essayist, and naturalist—is the best-selling author of A Natural History of the Senses and The Zookeeper’s Wife. she lives in ithaca, new york, and Palm Beach, florida, with the novelist Paul West, her sweetheart of forty years. ackerman has the unusual distinction of having a mol- ecule named after her—dianeackerone. Cartoons by DAViD SiPreSS (cartoon, page 15) appear regularly in The New Yorker, and he has had eight books of his work published. he’s the producer and host of “Conversations with Cartoonists,” a series of performances featuring humor and interviews with New Yorker cartoonists. sipress has been interested in Buddhism for years and considers it an excellent source of jokes. AliSon WeAring (“snow salutations,” page 31) is the author of Honeymoon in Purdah, the true story of her and her gay room- mate masquerading as newlyweds while traveling in iran. Wearing is most alive when dancing, singing with her head thrown back, and cooking over an open fire. she blooms in central mexico and manitoulin island, ontario, and aspires to someday embody a ma- genta bougainvillea in all its scintillating and ever-flowering splendor. Saltwater Buddha, a memoir by JAimAl YogiS (“so sad, no Prob- lem,” page 21), is the subject of a forthcoming PBs documentary. his writing has also been published in the Washington Post, Chi- cago Tribune, and The Surfer’s Journal. yogis, who’s working on his second book, spends his spare time sitting un- der trees and doodling. brenDA ShoShAnnA (“illuminating Connections,” page 75) is a psychologist and practitioner of both Zen and Judaism. she is the author of Jewish Dharma and Zen and the Art of Falling in Love. her work focuses on integrating east and West, and she offers workshops on relationships and personal and spiritual development. StAn golDberg (“the hard Work of dying,” page 27) is a pro- fessor emeritus of communicative disorders at san francisco state university. he has written six books, including his newest, Lessons for the Living. goldberg, who consults and leads workshops on change, has been a bedside hospice volunteer for seven years. Cur- rently he is serving with Pathways home health Care and hospice. allanolVeraadamluKemandaVidsiPresstommyBensKosuZannelondontoshiotsuKi