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Just released July 13, 2021 - Zen Is Right Now: More Teaching Stories and Anecdotes of Shunryu Suzuki
Tassajara, fall 1967 - Go to this photo with names
Cuke Archives 2020 Presentation
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To know what's on cuke.com, check out the Menu and Dropdowns above, look at the Overview from the 2020 Presentation, read the Guide, look at Suggested. Use the Site Search boxes up top on the key pages to find specific names and stuff. There's an Overview of Cuke Archives written for SFZC Winter 2018 Newsletter
Footer below contains links to all Cuke Archives sites, and other DC sites and links.
Cuke.com created in December of 1998 as a supplement to the book, Crooked Cucumber: the Life and Zen Teaching of Shunryu Suzuki. [Crooked Cucumber was Suzuki's master's niickname for him] The site then was mainly the current Crooked Cucumber section and Photos. In the ensuing months I'd make a change or add something such as the Errata section for the book. In May of 1999 started adding to the site on a more regular basis creating a What's New page which grew into a What's New section with a new page each year. New sections and files were added frequently through the years, mainly Zen related such as Interviews and Lectures - and lots of other material. In 2008 shunryusuzuki.com became the repository for the systematic archive of Shunryu Suzuki lecture transcripts and audio, video, and photos. In 2010 Peter Ford started helping out and greatly upgraded shunryusuzuki.com and now cuke.com. In 2015 What's New moved to the Cuke New Blog which now has daily except Sunday Suzuki lecture quotes and features other new items on cuke plus some personal posts. In November 2017 a menu and dropdown format was created for cuke.com originally for fifty key pages and any new pages. ZMBM.net for the book Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind is our third Zen site though it's basically a menu for what's available in the zmbm section of cuke.
See the Guide for more info on this sprawling assimilation of moments and memories in the realm of Shunryu Suzuki and those whose paths crossed his.
David Reich Chadwick