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Lions Roar : March 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2007 11 JIM HARRISON (“About a Poem,” page 120) is the author of four volumes of novellas, seven novels, ten collections of poetry, and three works of nonfiction. He is the winner of a National Endowment for the Arts grant, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and the Spirit of the West Award from the Mountains & Plains Booksellers Association. Harri- son’s work has been published in twenty-two languages. CYNDI LEE and DAVID NICHTERN (“Yoga Body, Buddha Mind,” page 50) have been teaching Yoga Body, Buddha Mind workshops worldwide since 1999. Lee is the founder of OM Yoga studio in New York and author of Yoga Body, Buddha Mind. She is a regular contributor to Yoga Journal, Shambhala Sun, and Natural Health. Nichtern is a senior Shambhala Buddhist teacher and an Emmy Award-winning musician who created the classic song “Midnight at the Oasis.” A professor at the University of Vermont, STEPHANIE KAZA (“First Do No Harm,” page 40) teaches religion and ecology, eco- feminism, unlearning consumerism, and environmental studies. Kaza is the co-editor of Dharma Rain: Sources of Buddhist Environ- mentalism and the editor of Hooked! Buddhist Writings on Greed, Desire, and the Urge to Consume. CHRIS JORDAN (photographs accompany- ing “First Do No Harm,” page 40) is a former lawyer and photographic artist whose work explores the detritus of American consumer society. “When I exhibit my work and talk about our rampant consumerism,” says Jordan, “no one ever seems to think I am talking about them.” His photographs are featured in a new book called In Katrina’s Wake. All of Jordan’s proceeds from the book will be donated to Gulf Coast hurricane-relief charities. BARBARA CROSSETTE (review of Himalaya, page 93) is a former foreign correspondent for The New York Times and the author of several books on Asia, including So Close to Heaven: The Vanish- ing Buddhist Kingdoms of the Himalayas. She is now a travel essayist and freelance writer on foreign policy and international affairs. ANDREA MILLER (“Yoga Posturers and Dharma Dabblers,” page 64) is the Shambhala Sun’s newest editorial staff member. When she’s not in the office, Miller practices Iyengar yoga and works on her MFA in creative writing. She also enjoys making soup and reading in the bathtub. Contributors M.BOURGOISLIZAMATTHEWS our new place 825 Sonoma Avenue Santa Rosa,California (707) 544-0540 po Box 2972 Santa Rosa, California 95405 John Tarrant Bring Me the Rhinoceros and Other Zen Koans to Bring You Joy PZi Director + Author of The Light Inside the Dark zen INSTITUTE PACIFIC www.pacificzen.org zen for real life photo with guanyin shot by Michael Sierchio in SanFrancisco samOvar tea Lounge apr.06 roshi Zen is not about what you believe. It’s about how you experience your life. registrar @ pacificzen.org (707) 538.9340 (7am-7pm) 7-Day Summer Retreat : June 9—16 + 2007 7–Day Autumn Retreat : Oct 13—20