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Buddhadharma : Winter 2018
BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 9 PEMA KHANDRO RINPOCHE is a lineage holder in the Nyingma and Kagyu traditions of Tibetan Buddhism, as well as one of the few Westerners recog- nized and enthroned as a tulku. She is the founder of the non- profit organization Ngakpa International, and residential meditation communi- ties in Virginia and California. She holds a master’s degree in Tibetan Studies and is completing a doctorate specializing in Tibetan Buddhism at the University of Virginia. RANDY ROSENTHAL is a recent graduate of Harvard Divinity School and the cofounding editor and publisher of the liter- ary journals The Coffin Factory and Tweed’s Magazine of Literature and Art. His work has appeared in such publications as the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and the New York Journal of Books. He teaches writing at Harvard. GESSHIN GREENWOOD is a Soto Zen priest and the author of Bow First, Ask Questions Later, as well as the blog That’s So Zen. She holds a master’s degree in East Asian studies from the University of Southern California, with an emphasis on women in Buddhism and feminism in a trans- national perspective. She recently moved to San Francisco, where she is training to be a family therapist at the California Institute of Integral Studies. LOBSANG RAPGAY is a research psychologist and former director of the Clinical Training Program for Mental Health Professionals at the Mindfulness Awareness Research Center at UCLA. He also maintains a private practice in West Los Angeles, treating anxi- ety disorders. Born in Tibet, he fled with his family to India in 1958 and was a monk for eighteen years, even- tually serving as the Dalai Lama’s deputy secretary and English- language interpreter. CONTRIBUTORS (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIGHT)HARLEMLOGAN,SEANANDERSON,SYDNEYANGEL,BLAINEOHIGASHI