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Lions Roar : July 2011
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2011 8 KAZUAKI TANAHASHI (cover art) is a painter, calligrapher, translator, and Buddhist scholar. He has had many solo exhibitions of his calligraphic paintings and has taught calligraphy internationally. A peace and environmental activist, he is director of the peace organization A World Without Armies. His recent publications include Treasury of the True Dharma Eye: Zen Master Dogen’s Shobo Genzo. SAKYONG MIPHAM (“Sunny Side Up,” page 17) has written two books, the national bestseller Turning the Mind Into an Ally, and the prize-winning Ruling Your World. Sakyong Mipham leads Shambhala Inter- national, a community of more than 150 meditation centers around the world, and is the lineage holder of Naropa University. JOANNA BURGER (“Creature Comfort,” page 21) is distinguished professor of bi- ology at Rutgers University, where she teaches animal behavior. An ecologist, be- havioral biologist, and ecotoxicologist, she has studied migrating and foraging birds, the effects of contaminants on avian de- velopment, and birds as indicators of envi- ronmental health. She is the author of The Parrot Who Owns Me and A Visual Guide to Birds. ERIC HANSON (illustrations for “Sea Change,” page 50) is the author of A Book of Ages: An Eccentric Miscellany of Great and Offbeat Moments in the Lives of the Fa- mous and Infamous Ages 1 to 100. His il- lustrations have appeared in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Gourmet, the New Yo r k e r , Vanity Fair, and the Atlantic. ANDREW SCHELLING (“About a Poem,” page 96) is a poet and a translator of classi- cal Indian poetry. Recent and forthcoming titles include a new collection of his own poetry, From the Arapaho Songbook, and an anthology of Indian devotional (bhakti) poetry from Oxford University Press. He teaches at Naropa University and at Deer Park Institute in the Himalayan foothills. Contributors MICHAELGOCHFELDLIZAMATTHEWSEVASOLTESALTHEAROSESCHELLING