Further Zen Conversations
ISBN 978-1-896559-94-0 / 186 pages, 6.14 x 9.21 in
Publication: February 2023
In this sequel to Zen Conversations, Richard Bryan McDaniel interviews 35 North American Zen teachers (not the same as the 42 teachers in the earlier book), on a variety of topics.
- Varieties of Zen Experience
- Is Zen Unique?
- What Do Zen Teachers Teach?
- Zen and Psychology
- The Impact of Zen Practice
- Vows and Precepts
- Looking Forward
Hadrian Abbot / Chris Amirault / Hogen Bays / Sarah Bender / Roger Brennan / Joshin Byrnes / Gyokuko Carlson / Seiso Paul Cooper / James Córdova / Erin Joen Dempsey / Jean-Luc Foisy / James Ford / Valerie Forstman / Zenshin Michael Haederle / Kate Hartland / Kokyo Henkel / Cynthia Kear / Karin Kempe / Donna Kowal / Michael Leizerman / Debra Seido Martin / Rafe Martin / Winifred Shokai Martin / Sally Metcalf / Meido Moore / Julie Nelson / Dosho Port / Jissai Prince-Cherry / John Pulleyn / Lila Dené Redding / Judy Roitman / Peggy Sheehan / Jeff Shore / Scott Thornton / David Weinstein
Richard Bryan McDaniel, a long-time Zen practitioner, was raised in Indiana and, in 1967, moved to Canada where he taught at the University of New Brunswick and Saint Thomas University before starting a career in International Development and Fair Trade. He is the creator of the Canadian YMCA Peace Medallion. Rick is the bestselling author of eight books on the history of Zen Buddhism in North America, Japan and China.
Also available as a two-book set with Zen Conversations.
Study guide available for download here: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/2503/2728/files/Zen_Convos_Reader_s_Study_Guide.pdf?v=1683462779