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Lions Roar : March 2012
SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2012 8 TED KOOSER (“About a Poem,” page 96) is a former U.S. poet laureate and Pulit- zer Prize winner who lives in Nebraska. Over the years his work has appeared in many periodicals, including The Atlan- tic Monthly, The New Yorker, The Nation, and The American Poetry Review. His most recent book is Bag in the Wind, a children’s picture book from Candlewick Press. COURTNEY E. MARTIN (“Good Failure,” page 23) is the author of Do It Anyway: The New Generation of Activists, as well as coauthor of Project Rebirth: Survival and the Strength of the Human Spirit from 9/11 Survivors, released in conjunction with Rebirth, a documentary by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Jim Whitaker. Martin has appeared on Good Morning America, The Today Show, and CNN. CHARLES JOHNSON (“Kamadhatu,” page 36) is a novelist, scholar, and essayist. His novels include Dreamer, based on the life of Martin Luther King Jr., and Middle Passage, for which he won a National Book Award. He is also the author of Turning the Wheel: Essays on Buddhism and Writing. JILL SUTTIE (“The New Science of Mind,” page 54) is the book review edi- tor for Greater Good, a publication of the Greater Good Science Center, and volun- teers for “Roots of Empathy,” a program that teaches children emotional literacy by bringing babies into classrooms. She’s worked as a psychologist in private prac- tice, a college counselor, and a biochemist. TARA HARDY (illustrations for “The Gift of an Open Heart,” page 62) describes her- self as an eternal explorer. She has won numerous awards, and her illustrations regularly appear in The Globe and Mail, The New Yorker, and other publications. Hardy is the granddaughter of Ray Mead, one of the pioneers of contemporary abstract painting in Canada. Contributors AMANDAHEXTMARCYMALOYMARYRANDLETTRONALDMARTINCOURTESYOFTARAHARDY