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Lions Roar : January 2013
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2013 10 Contributors ERIC HANSON (illus- trations for “No Gap: Writings from The Under 35 Project,” page 66) has had his illustrations appear on book covers for Knopf and Farrar, Straus & Giroux, as well as in O, The New Yorker, and Rolling Stone. One of his hobbies is listening to jazz records—and he points out that he still calls them records. He also likes watching films. Rear Window and Manhattan Murder Mystery are two of his favorites. ANNE CUSHMAN (“Dancing in Foam & Other Adventures,” page 29) is the co- director of the Mind- fulness Yoga program at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and a founder of the online practice community Awaken- ing as Women. For more than twenty-five years she has studied multiple schools of yoga and practiced Buddhist meditation in the Zen and Vipassana traditions. Her work includes the docu- mentary Zen Center: Portrait of an American Zen Community, the guidebook From Here to Nirvana, and the novel Enlightenment for Idiots. An award-winning translator of Chinese poetry and Buddhist texts, RED PINE (“About a Poem,” page 96) was born Bill Por- ter. In the 1970s he spent more than three years living at a Bud- dhist monastery in Taiwan. He then struck out on his own, work- ing as a journalist at English-language radio stations in Taiwan and Hong Kong. His book Zen Baggage recounts a pilgrimage to sites in China associated with the beginnings of Zen Buddhism. For thirty-two years, MELODY ERMA CHILD CHAVIS (“Please Come Back,” page 21) has worked as an investigator for the defense of people fac- ing the death penalty in the United States. Her search for the roots of violence led to the writing of two books: a memoir, Altars in the Street, and a biogra- phy, Meena, Heroine of Afghanistan, as well as many essays. Chavis’ work is sustained by her Buddhist practice. She lives in Berkeley, California, and Wies- baden, Germany. PHOTOS(LEFTTORIGHT)BYMARVINMOORE,CYNTHIASMALLEY,JULIEANAND,SELF-PORTRAITBYERICHANSON,LYNDABALLERINI From a young age, DZONGSAR JAM YANG KHYENTSE RINPOCHE (“Not for Happiness,” page 34) has been active in preserving Buddhist teachings, establishing centers of learning and practice, publishing books, and teaching all over the world. He’s the founder of Lotus Outreach, a non-profit dedicated to ensuring the education, health, and safety of at-risk and exploited women and children in the developing world. He’s also the director of the films The Cup and Travellers & Magicians.