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Lions Roar : September 2012
Contributors z ::r: V) >-< p::: p::: ::r: z V) z ,......, > o E--< V) ::r: u z p::: V) V) p::: o l? Q p::: Q .....:i z z o ,......, DIANE ACKERMAN ("Natural Wonder" , page 17) is a poet, essayist, and naturalist. She is the best -selling author of A Natural History of the Senses, Dawn Light, and One Hundred Names for Love and also writes books for children , including Animal Sense and Monk Seal Hide- away. Though humans luxuriate in the idea of being "in" nature, Ack- erman teaches that we are nature. "No facet of nature;' she says, "is as u likely as we, the tiny bIpeds with the giant dreams." z p::: l? .....:i .....:i ...... ÇQ >-< ÇQ E--< ::r: l? o E--< E--< .....:i V) o E--< o ::r: p., CHRISTIAN MCEWEN ("Tapping the Cre- ative Mind," page 79) is the author of World Enough & Time: On Creativity and Slowing Down and is the editor of various anthologies, including The Alphabet of the Trees: A Guide to Nature Writing and Jo's Girls: Tomboy Tales of High Adventure. She has spent the last three years gathering mate- rial for a play about women and money, entitled Legal Tender: Women & the Secret Life of Money, and its linked project, Money Talks. ROGER HOUSDEN ("Perfectly Imperfect," page 23) grew up on the edge of Bath, Eng- land, and-living in the shadow of an ancient stone circle-always felt humans were crea- tures with one foot in this world and one in another, less visible one. Housden is the author of some twenty books, including the bestselling Ten Poems series, three travel books, and the novella Chasing Rumi. He's also a writing coach and leads literary and art appreciation journeys. COLLEEN MORTON BUSCH ("Always Beginner's Mind: Zen Center at 50;' page 30) holds an MFA in poetry, but she also writes nonfiction and fiction. Her work has appeared in a wide range of publications, including literary mag- azines, the Huffington Post, and Yoga Jour- nal, where she was a senior editor. She's the author of Fire Monks, an acclaimed narrative account of the 2008 fire that threatened to destroy Tassajara mon- astery, and is currently working on a novel about the cruelty-and kindness-within the human heart. SHAMBHALA SUN A Zen teacher in the Sanbo Kyodan lineage, HENRY SHUKMAN ("About a Poem" , page 96) teaches at Mountain Cloud Zen Center in Santa Fe. He grew up in Oxford , England, and came to New Mexico in 1991 to write Savage Pilgrims, a memoir about search- ing for D. H. Lawrence's past. Shukman has published seven books; his latest novel, The Lost City, was a New York Times editors' choice. SEPTEMBER 2012 9