We interview today Ruth Ozeki who is a filmmaker and writer, and the author of the internationally acclaimed novels “All Over Creation” and “My Year of Meats.” Her short fiction has appeared in a number of anthologies, and she is an occasional contributor to magazines and newspapers including the New York Times Op-Ed page.
She is a long time meditator and student of Zen Buddhism, and she is preparing to ordain as a priest with Zoketsu Norman Fischer, whose website, everyzen.org, she edits.
Her essay about taking care of her mother who had Alzheimer’s disease, entitled, “The Art of Losing: On Writing, Dying, & Mom,” written for Shambhala Sun Magazine, will be included in the anthology “Best
Buddhist Writing of 2009.”
EVENT: My Year of Meats
DATE & TIME: Wednesday, June 10th at 10:00am Pacific
FORMAT: Simulcast! (Attend via Phone or Webcast — it’s your choice)
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Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.