Ethan Nichtern Interviews Ruth Ozeki

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In this episode Ethan Nichtern talks to Ruth Ozeki about her writing and the Dharma.

Ruth has an upcoming daylong writing and Zazen workshop on April 26th, 2015 at the Brooklyn Zen Center.  More information can be found on their website at https://brooklynzen.org/event/2015/4/26/to-study-the-self-ozeki-apr-26th/
 

About Ruth
Ruth Ozeki is a novelist, filmmaker, and Zen Buddhist priest. Her first two novels, My Year of Meats (1998) and All Over Creation (2003), have been translated into 11 languages and published in 14 countries. Her most recent work, A Tale for the Time-Being (2013), was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize and will be published in over thirty countries. Ruth’s documentary and dramatic independent films, including Halving the Bones, have been shown on PBS, at the Sundance Film Festival, and at colleges and universities across the country. A longtime Buddhist practitioner, Ruth ordained in 2010 and is affiliated with the Brooklyn Zen Center and the Everyday Zen Foundation. She lives in British Columbia and New York City.

 

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