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Lions Roar : July 2010
Contributors GARTH STEIN (''About a Poem;' page 96) is the author of three novels, including The Art of Racing in the Rain, which has been translated into twenty-three languages and was the Starbucks book selection for spring and summer 2008. His full-length play, Brother Jones, was produced for the first time in 2005 in Los Angeles. DAVID I. ROME and HOPE MAR- T I N (''Are You Listening?" page 56) have taught Deep Listening for ten years. Rome is senior fellow at the Garrison Institute. He's a certified Focusing trainer and, in 2000, he originated Deep Listening, which combines meditation and Focus- ing. Martin has taught the Alex- ander Technique since 1987 and has a studio in New York City. She's a teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. z ::8 >L1 ...-1 ::8 Q BRENDA SHOSHANNA ("Religions of Kindness;' page 31) is a psychologist and a 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. EZRA BAYDA ("5 Questions That Help Us Wake Up;' page 50) has been practicing meditation since 1970 and received dharma transmission in 1998. He lives, writes, and teaches at Zen Center San Diego. His up- coming book, Beyond Happiness: A Zen Way to True Contentment, will be published by Shambhala Publications in December. ........ C/) f-< ""'""" o ...-1 >L1 p..., GENINE LENTINE ("I'm Loving It;' page 62) is author of the chapbook, Mr. Worthing- ton's Beautiful Experiments on Splashes, and she collaborated with Stanley Kunitz and photographer Marnie Crawford Samuelson on the book, The Wild Braid: A Poet Reflects on a Century in the Garden. She's a student of Roshi Enkyo O'Hara and is artist-in - resi- dence at the San Francisco Zen Center. n ::r: tJ r r o Z '---< trI 'TI 'TI trI >-< ""d trI I"i ........ Z C/'J SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2010 11