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Lions Roar : November 2006
SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2006 11 Contributors STEVE SILBERMAN (“Married to the Guru,” page 40) writes about science, creativity, technology, and the brain for Wired magazine. He fondly remembers Allen Ginsberg telling a class at Naropa in 1977 that the students who hadn’t yet taken meditation instruction were “amateurs in a professional universe.” Silberman and his husband live in San Francisco. KAY LARSON (“The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama,” page 58) is an art critic, writer, editor, and educator who is a frequent contributor to the New York Times. Over the last decade she has been asking her- self questions about the subtle states of mind that art and medita- tion activate and about the union of the spiritual and the creative. Along the way, she has discovered many artists on the same road. She lives in New York State and Washington, D.C. MICHAEL CARROLL (“The Inside-Out Leader,” page 35) is the author of Awake at Work and the forthcoming Virtues of the Mind- ful Leader (Shambhala, 2007). He has held executive positions with companies such as Simon & Schuster and The Walt Disney Com- pany. He has a consulting practice offering advice on how to avoid the countless mistakes he has made through- out his career. MISHA BECKER (“Rebirth,” page 29) is a poet and hospice volun- teer. In between sesshins at the Chapel Hill Zen Center (her cats’ least favorite time of year) Becker teaches linguistics at the Univer- sity of North Carolina. She received the precepts as a lay Buddhist practitioner in March. After spending fourteen years as a Buddhist monk, ALAN WALLACE (review of Sam Harris’ Letter to a Chris- tian Nation, page 99) did an undergraduate degree in physics and philosophy at Amherst College and a doctorate in religious stud- ies at Stanford University. Wallace is the founder and president of the Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies and a frequent writer on Buddhism and its interface with modern science. STEPHEN MOONEY (“Howl of Resistance,” page 78) is a poet who lives in London. He is part of the Contemporary Poetics Re- search Centre at the University of London and a member of the performative poetry group “London Under Construction.” Contributors KEITHKARRAKERSCOTTMYERSDAVIDGINSBERGSTEWARTVOLLANDuPAYAzencenter zen SKILLFUL MEANS ENGAGED BUDDHISM Santa Fe, New Mexico www.upaya.org 505.986.8518 WILD MIND