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    Featured Contributors Fall 2015 Paid Member

    Erin Trieb Erin Trieb, a photojournalist whose work has appeared in such publications as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, traveled to Nepal for Tricycle to document the damage of April’s 7.8 magnitude earthquake. A portfolio of her photographs, “Like Roaring Earth," appears in this issue alongside first-person accounts of the quakes. Kurt Spellmeyer More »
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    Featured Contributors Summer 2015 Paid Member

    Leo Babauta Leo Babauta, an author and former journalist, is the blogger behind “Zen Habits,” which has more than a million monthly readers. In this issue ("Dropping Distraction"), he tells us how to successfully drop distractions in order to focus on what really matters to us instead.Gail Gutradt More »
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    Featured Contributors Spring 2015 Paid Member

    Johan Elverskog Johan Elverskog, Professor and Chair of Religious Studies at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, relates the surprising history of Buddhist culture’s destructive relationship with nature in “The Buddha’s Footprint”, as part of our special section on extinction. Sam Mowe More »
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    Featured Contributors Winter 2014 Paid Member

    Ronna KabatznickRonna Kabatznick is a social psychologist in private practice in Berkeley, California, where she assists people with eating, depression, and relationship issues. She is the author of The Zen of Eating: Ancient Answers to Modern Weight Problemsand is currently writing a book on dharma and depression. More »
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    Contributors Spring 2001 Paid Member

    In his work, Mark Epstein, psychiatrist and author of Thoughts Without a Thinker and the forthcoming Going on Being (see "Platform of Joy"), brings a Buddhist perspective on human suffering to Western psychology's approach to mental anguish. He lives with his wife, artist Arlene Shechet, and their children in New York City. More »
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    Featured Contributors Fall 2014 Paid Member

    Brent R. OliverBrent R. Oliver writes creative nonfiction, short stories, and novels from his home in Lexington, Kentucky. He credits Stephen King for darkening his adolescence and inspiring his initial urge to put pen to paper—and also blames him for the grotesque bent of Oliver’s resultant fiction. A practicing Buddhist for over 15 years, Oliver has studied primarily on his own and meditates in a corner of his home office. Though he currently practices in the Vipassana tradition, he often finds himself sneaking into the local Zen center as well. More »