Shunryu Suzuki Index
Shunryu Suzuki (鈴木 俊隆 Suzuki Shunryū, dharma name Shōgaku Shunryū 祥岳俊隆) (May 18, 1904 – December 4, 1971), dharma name Shōgaku was a Sōtō Zen roshi (Zen Master) who popularized Zen Buddhism in the United States, particularly around San Francisco. - from Wikipedia
shunryusuzuki.com - the archive comes to you - all the transcripts, all the audio - and more.
cuke.com's Suzuki Lectures
Wind Bells - all 102 Wind Bells, publication of the SFZC - 1961-2012 including links to all Shunryu Suzuki lectures from the Wind bells
Correspondence written by Suzuki - letters and adding some brush work
Crooked Cucumber Comes to America - (almost) 3300 word story of Suzuki's life.
Ian Kishizawa (Suzuki's 2nd teacher) and his teachers
Interviews with those who knew Suzuki or who at least were around - in America and Japan.
Early ZC board and biz meeting notes with DC comments
People Index - recently started list of people on cuke with multiple links and some relation to Shunryu Suzuki
TASSAJARA AND SUZUKI IN THE TIME OF THE SANDOKAI TALKS, in the summer of 1970
zmbm.net - a site for Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind
Beginner's Mind - Marian Derby's original manuscript that led to ZMBM
Shunryu Suzuki in Thank You and OK!
Excerpts about or mentioning Shunryu Suzuki from other books
Dharma groups in or related to Shunryu Suzuki's lineage (online or off).
Another Suzuki Archives Projects link
Commemorating Suzuki Roshi's arrival in America on the Chronicles of CTR site
Memorial 12 part series by Rev. Koshin Ogui, Bishop of Jodo-shin-shu on Shunryu Suzuki
Hoitsu Suzuki - Shunryu's eldest son
Zen is Right Here, Shambhala, fall 2007 - vignettes on Suzuki by DC
a list of Suzuki disciples - those ordained by him as priests - starting with what practice periods at Tassajara they were shuso
Buddhist groups and teachers in Shunryu Suzuki's Lineage or closely related
Sokoji - the Soto Zen temple on Bush St. in San Francisco where the SFZC started.
SF Art Institute - students of Suzuki who studied and taught there
Shunryu Suzuki memorial at Green Gulch Farm
Gabor Terebess is a dharma heir of Hakusan Kojun Noiri with an extensive Hungarian Zen web site. Here's his page for Shunryu Suzuki with lots of links to cuke and shunryusuzuki.com and sfzc.org.
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