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Lions Roar : January 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2009 15 STEPHANIE KAZA (“The Green Path,” page 44) is professor of environmental studies at the University of Vermont, where she co-founded the Environmental Council, a campus-wide consortium on sustainability. She has been an active participant in Buddhist–Chris- tian dialogue and served recently as president of the Society for Buddhist–Christian Studies. Her books in- clude Hooked! Buddhist Writings on Greed, Desire, and the Urge to Consume and The Attentive Heart: Conversations with Trees. She is an avid bike commuter and enjoys cooking with local foods in her logo-free kitchen. KATHLEEN WILLIS MORTON (“The Blue Poppy,” page 25), who has been practicing Tibetan Buddhism since age seven- teen, holds a MFA in creative writing from the University of New Orleans. She has wanted all her life to be a writer, except in seventh grade when she was encouraged to be practical and thought about being a lawyer or a dentist. She lives in Cam- bridge, Massachusetts, with her family, and continues to be impractical every chance she gets. Husband and wife team ELIZABETH HAMILTON and EZRA BAYDA (“What Matters Most,” page 85) teach and live at the Zen Center of San Diego, where they are students of Charlotte Joko Beck. Hamilton’s first book, Untrain Your Parrot: And Other No-nonsense Instruction on the Path of Zen, was selected by Spiritual- ity and Health as the “Best Zen Book of 2007.” Bayda’s latest book is Zen Heart. MICHAEL HIGGINS (“About a Poem,” page 120) is the author of Heretic Blood: The Spiritual Geography of Thomas Merton and Stalking the Holy: In Pursuit of Saint-Making. He is the president and vice-chancellor of St. Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Additionally, as a radio doc- umentarian for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, he has prepared some fifty one-hour scripts for the shows Ideas, Celebration, and Testament. After spending her childhood in Korea, TOMI UM (illustrations for “The Green Path”) went on to graduate from Parsons School of Design in New York City. Buddhist imagery is a recurring theme in her illustra- tions and currently she is working on a series of picture books featuring a group of monks who become overly attached to their noodles. Contributors JOSHUABROWNMIMATKINSARIPERKINS