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Lions Roar : January 2010
ShAMBhALA SUn JAnUAry 2010 11 Contributors In 2002, psychotherapist JENNy PHIllIPS (“Prison monk,” p. 83) helped establish a vipassana meditation program at Donaldson Cor- rectional Facility, a maximum-security prison in Alabama. Phillips produced and directed the award-winning film The Dhamma Broth- ers, which documents the stories of a group of prisoners at Donaldson. She also collected letters from these prisoners, which were published as Letters From the Dhamma Brothers. DaNIEl aSa ROSE (“Seth and Willie,” p. 35) has won an o. henry Prize, two PeN Fiction Awards, and an NeA Fellowship, and has written for the New Yorker, Esquire, Vanity Fair, GQ, and the New York Times Magazine. The subtitle of his book Lar- ry’s Kidney explains: “Being the True Story of How I Found Myself in China with my Black Sheep Cousin and his mail-order Bride, Skirting the Law to Get him a Transplant—and Save his Life.” A graduate of a Buddhist seminary, S U S a N PIVER (“making Friends With heartbreak,” p. 29) writes the rela- tionships column for Body + Soul magazine and is a frequent guest on network television, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, Today, and The Tyra Banks Show. her best-selling books include How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life, chosen as the best spiritual book of 2007 by Books for a Better Life. A resident of New mexico, NaTalIE GOlD- BERG (“Blossoms Falling,” p. 73) is the author of Writing Down the Bones, Old Friend From Far Away, and other best-selling books. She is a longtime Zen practitioner who studied with Katagiri roshi for twelve years and Thich Nhat hanh for six. originally from New York, Goldberg still loves Jewish delicatessens and frequents them whenever she’s on the east Coast. RICk BaSS (“About a Poem,” p. 104) is the author of twenty-four books of fiction and nonfiction, including Why I came West, a fi- nalist for the 2008 National Book Critics Circle Award. Bass lives with his family in northwest montana’s Yaak valley, one of the wildest landscapes in the northern rockies, and is the editor of an anthology, The Roadless Yaak. lIly kOPPEl (“The Five of Us,” p. 60) wrote The Red Leather Diary, the true story of how she found a young woman’s 1930s diary in a dumpster and returned it to its now el- derly owner. A graduate of Barnard, Koppel studied Buddhism with robert Thurman at Columbia University. She began report- ing on celebrities for the New York Times and went on to cover the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. DUNCANBroWNeCAroLBAILeYmIrIAmBerKLeYKevINS.moULmArKSeLIGer