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Lions Roar : Nov 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2007 11 Contributors Eco-philosopher JOANNA MACY (“Gratitude,” page 48) is a scholar of Buddhism, general systems theory, and deep ecology. A respected voice in movements for peace, justice, and ecology, her scholarship is interwoven with four decades of activism. Macy is the author of several books, among them Dharma and Development and the classic World as Lover, World as Self, which has just been reissued in an updated edition. GARY SNYDER (“Writers and the War Against Na- ture,” page 40) is a longtime practitioner of Zen Buddhism, a key member of the Beat generation of poets and writers, and a powerful voice in defense of the environment. He teaches at the University of California, Davis. URSULA K. LE GUIN (“About a Poem,” page 120), one of America’s foremost fantasy and science fiction writers, is also known for her poetry and essays. Her most recent publications include Incredible Good For- tune, a collection of poems, and Powers, a novel. She lives in Portland, Oregon. THEODORE ROSZAK (“The Ecology of Aging,” page 79), au- thor of The Making of a Counter Culture, is a founder of the eco-psychology movement and a novelist. His current interest is the “eldering” of the baby boom generation and its political and cultural implications. Roszak is professor emeritus at California State University–East Bay. Poet, essayist, and naturalist DIANE ACKERMAN (“The Zoo- keeper’s Wife,” page 23) is the author of many books of nonfic- tion and poetry, among them A Natural History of the Senses, Cultivating Delight, and, most recently, The Zookeeper’s Wife. “I love exploring nature and human nature,” she says. “Writ- ing has always been my form of inquiry, celebration, and prayer.” SARAH HAMPSON (“He Has Tried in His Way to Be Free,” page 70) is a writer and columnist with Canada’s Globe and Mail. She has written for magazines in Canada and the United Kingdom on a variety of subjects. DIANNASMITHHANNAMORJANDANTUFFSKARENPREUSSTOSHIOTSUKI of Taking Our Places: the Buddhist Path to Truly Growing Up Receive a 20% discount online at www.shambhala.com $14.00 • paperback NOV 1-17.indd 11 NOV 1-17.indd 11 8/29/07 2:39:51 PM 8/29/07 2:39:51 PM