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Lions Roar : January 2008
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2008 11 Contributors KAREN CONNELLY (“To Be Free from Bondage and Shackles,” page 21) is author of the novel The Lizard Cage, which won the 2007 Orange Broadband Award for New Writers. It illuminates the tragedy of modern Burma through the story of a political prisoner. Her memoir, Touch The Dragon: A Thai Journal, won the Governor General’s Award for Non-Fiction in 1993, and was a New York Times Notable Travel Book of the Year in 2002. PATTON DODD (“The More Things Change,” page 99) is an editor for Beliefnet and a doctoral candidate in religion and literature at Boston University. He is the author of My Faith So Far: A Story of Conversion and Confusion (Jossey-Bass) and is working on a book about religion and New Journalism. He lives with his family in Colorado. FRANCES MOORE LAPPÉ (“Natural Abundance,” page 29) is the author or co-author of sixteen books, including Diet for a Small Planet and Getting a Grip: Clarity, Creativity, & Courage in a World Gone Mad. She and her daugh- ter, Anna Lappé, lead the Cambridge-based Small Planet Insti- tute, a collaborative network for research and popular education striving to bring democracy to life. SUMI LOUNDON (“Books for Budding Buddhas,” page 103), is editor of Blue Jean Buddha and The Buddha’s Apprentices. She is associate director of the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies in Barre, Massachusetts, where she lives with her hus- band, daughter, and baby-to-be. CHARLES R. JOHNSON (“Prince of the Ascetics,” page 82) is a novelist, scholar, and essayist. He holds the S. Wilson and Grace M. Pollock Professorship for Excellence in English at the University of Washington in Seattle. His novels include Dreamer and Middle Passage, for which he won a National Book Award. FRANCESCA FREMANTLE (“About a Poem,” page 128) was a student of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, with whom she col- laborated on a translation of The Tibetan Book of the Dead. Her latest book is Luminous Emptiness. She lives in London, where she was raised on Blake’s poetry. JASONREDMONDRICHARDR.ROWELIBBYVIGEONMARYRANDLETT North Atlantic Books Distributed by Random House www.rangjung.com TARA, THE TRUE WARRIOR and earliest known Buddhist feminist, vanquishes fear and ignorance. For instructions on how to do Tara practice, there is no book superior to this, covering everything from beginning to end. Skillful Grace Tara Practice for Our Times Teachings by Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche & Trulshik Adeu Rinpoche Translated & edited by Erik Pema Kunsang & Marcia Binder Schmidt $15.95 paperback NICKRIMMER