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Lions Roar : May 2014
8 Contributors Judy lief (“The Dharma of Distrac- tion,” page 42) is the editor of The Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma, a three- volume series present- ing Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s Hinayana, Mahayana, and Vajrayana Seminary teachings. She is also the author of Making Friends With Death, a guide to working with the dying and explor- ing our relationship with our own mortality. Since 1976, she’s been leading classes and workshops on a con- templative approach to death and dying. Koun franz (“going Full Super- man,” page 17) is a Soto Zen priest who trained in Japan and recently relocated to Canada, where he’s deputy edi- tor of Buddhadharma: The Practitioner’s Quarterly and leads the group Zen Nova Scotia. He writes about issues of traditional Zen prac- tice at Nyoho Zen, and he and his wife, Tracy, publish the Zen-and- parenting blog One continuous Mistake. The couple has two children: Boy, five, who claims to be the fastest person in the world, and girl, two, who (for now) believes it. vincent thiBault (“Run for Freedom,” page 62) is a Quebec- based writer who’s authored ten books in French, two of which have been translated into English: Purity: Japanese Short Stories and Parkour and the Art du déplacement: Strength, Dignity, com- munity. Casey Roberts is the translator of both Thibault’s Parkour—one of the first books on the international phenome- non of free running—as well as his essay in this issue. Thibault travels the globe giving parkour workshops, meeting with teachers from dif- ferent Tibetan Buddhist lineages, and gathering inspiration for upcom- ing novels. PHOTOS(LEFTTORIgHT)ByJUDyLIEF,LIZAMATTHEWS,CAMBERgERON,STEPHANHOgLUND,MARTINFRITTER douGlas penicK (“It’s for you,” page 25) was at one time a research assistant at the Museum of Modern Art and a chef at Food, gordon Matta-Clark’s groundbreaking res- taurant, which was managed and staffed by artists. Penick is the author of the novels A Journey of the North Star and Dreamers and Their Shadows. In addi- tion, he has written a Canadian National Film Board series on The Tibetan Book of the Dead and libretti for two operas, King Gesar and Ashoka’s Dream, by the late Peter Lieber- son. He’s married to the clarinetist Deborah Marshall. MeG hutchinson (“I Did Not Lose My Mind,” page 71) is an award-winning songwriter, poet, and recording artist on Red House Records. Her recent album, Beyond That, cel- ebrates some of the most peaceful years of her life. Hutchin- son is also a mental health advocate and speaks at conferences, schools, and hospitals. She’s currently work- ing on a documentary, Pack Up Your Sorrows, aimed at lifting the stigma of mental ill- ness and promoting wellness. She lives in Boston. SHAMBHALA SUN MAy 2014