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Lions Roar : May 2008
SHAMBHALA SUN MAY 2008 11 Contributors AMANDA PALMER (“Melody vs. Meditation,” page 39) is a singer, pianist, and composer for the “punk cabaret” duet The Dresden Dolls. She’s been studying medita- tion since a wonderful neighbor turned her on to the practice at age fifteen, and she recently began training to teach yoga. Palmer currently lives in tour buses, airports, friends’ lofts, hotels, and occasionally her apartment at The Cloud Club, an artistic collective in Boston. KATHERINE STREETER (illustrator for “Love Is the Measure of Our Practice,” page 33) lives in New York, where she creates illus- trations for publications, designers, and agencies around the world. She has balanced her commercial career with teaching and creating work for gallery exhibits. A frequent contributor to the Shambhala Sun, she says she appreciates creating work based on stories that are uplifting and open in spirit. COLEMAN BARKS (“About a Poem,” page 120) is best known for his translations of works by the thirteenth-century mystic Rumi, which have sold more than half a million copies. This year he will publish two new books, Rumi: Bridge to the Soul (HarperCollins) and Scrapwood Man (Maypop), a collection of original poetry and prose. CYNDI LEE (“Love Is the Measure of Our Practice,” page 33) is the founder and director of OM Yoga Center in New York. A practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism and hatha yoga, she is known as a nurturing teacher with an offbeat and playful style. Lee has written several books, including Yoga Body, Bud- dha Mind and OM Yoga: A Guide to Daily Practice. TRAVIS RUSE (photographs accompanying “The Journey Starts Here,” page 42) is the photo editor of Inc. magazine. From 2004 to 2007 he snapped photos on the train dur- ing his commute from Park Slope, Brooklyn, to midtown Manhattan and posted them every day on his personal photoblog (www.travisruse.com). The blog became a cult phenomenon, drawing 20,000 hits each week and earning a nomination for Best American Photoblog in 2006. ANNE CUSHMAN (“Astronomy Lessons,” page 81) lives in northern California with her son, Skye, and their cat, Tahini. Cushman co-directs the Mindfulness Yoga Train- ing Program at Spirit Rock Meditation Center. Her first novel, Enlightenment for Idiots, will be published in April. We gather regularly : 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 NNNNNNN ST STTT ST STT STITTTTTTTT TT UUT UTTT UTT UTE II NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT II TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT EE PPPPPPPPPPAAAAAAAAAAACCCCCCC IFFFFFICCCCCC PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC IIFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFIIICCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC www.pacificzen.org Joh Joh Joh Joh Joh JohnT nT nT nTar arr arr J n zen for real life photo with guanyin shot by Michael Sierchio in SanFrancisco samOvar tea Lounge apr.06 rooo sh sh shhhhh shiiiiiii roo roooo sh shhh sh sh sh shhh iiii roo sssss amOvar Ova Ova tea ea eaaa Zen is not about what you believe. registrar @ pacificzen.org (707) 538.9340 (7am-7pm) + To Register Contact: Fall Retreat : October 11—18 Summer Retreat : June 7—14 It’s about how you experience your life. You’re invited to be with us in the deep redwoods: MAY 1-17.indd 11 MAY 1-17.indd 11 3/6/08 11:10:49 AM 3/6/08 11:10:49 AM