Writing - a department of cuke-The-arts ------------- DC Writings
Statement of purpose - A lot of stuff in
bibliography could be moved
here or maybe vice versa. Cuke sections and departments often just appear
overnight like the many headed Hydra and make no more sense than a Calcutta
bureaucratic maze. Lots of writing by others on cuke not here. - dc
8-31-14 - Gary Snyder reading Riprap - thanks Brit Pyland
5-14-14 - Meditations from the Slow Lane
Personal writings from a life explored through Buddha Dharma and poetry.
by Jerry Bolick
Much Jerry Bolick on cuke - try the site search box on Home or What's New pages.
2-20-14 - Six Poems by Bijan Jalali sent by Gary Gach
9-08-13 - A poem by Katherine Cook: My Lover is Tall and Handsome [poem removed by KC]
11-17-12 - Genine Lentine has a new book: Poses: An Essay Drawn from the Model
4-09-12 - "We are Rebels" - Interview with Brian Unger, editor and publisher of ZEN MONSTER
11-08-11 - ZEN MONSTER LAUNCHES 3RD ISSUE
Genine Lentine - mattress talks
4-05-11 - CHAMA WITCHES, the blog of poet and Stephen Frost previously seen on cuke as artist Stephen Frost, who I first met as Father Stephen Frost who ran the Catholic Church's Newman Center at Sonoma State College. I see his Nepsis site with both art and writing is still there. But today the focus is the mystical CHAMA WITCHES
11-23-10 - Three short books, collections of Taisan Sheridan's poetry:
* Walking Zen Mountain: Poems for Awakening
* Snow Falling in Moonlight: Odes in Praise of Dogen's Shobogenzo
* Rice Eyes: Enlightenment in Dogen's Kitchen
Check 'em out at Zen Lamp Books - ancient wisdom in modern verse
10-04-10 - Check out these books:
Fil Lewitt's The Zen Follies, is available only on Amazon.com (that's the book's link). The following places and persons are among the ones mentioned or discussed in The Zen Follies: Tassajara Monastery, San Francisco Zen Center, Big River Farm Sangha, Daitokuji Temple in Kyoto; Fil Lewitt (myself), Katagiri Dainin-roshi, Suzuki Shunryu-roshi, Tatsugami-roshi, Tommy Dorsey-roshi, Ikkyu-roshi, Kobori Nanrei-sensei, Chogyam Trungpa-rinpoche, Dick Baker, Reb Anderson, Bob Walter, Alan Rabold, Jack Elias, David Chadwick, Ed Brown, Dan Welch, Daisy Hellman Paradis, Linda Crawford, Gary Snyder, Richard Alpert (Ram Dass), Harold Brayton, and others. - That's from Fil's message about the book. Read the whole message.
More about Fil's books on his cuke People page
And Brad Warner's Sex, Sin, and Zen: A Buddhist Exploration of Sex from Celibacy to Polyamory and Everything in Between Amazon link
6-16-08 - Mark Foote whose site is Zen Mudra came to the reading last night. Check out this animation he did with Adobe Flash:
Mark writes: If anybody is interested, this is a stripped-down version of the third of three animations at my site. While I was in the process, a friend in England sent me some graphics from the pyramids of Egypt that he was puzzling over, and lo and behold: the same principles of anatomy that I was trying to illustrate were right there on the walls of ancient Egypt. I decided to include the graphics from the pyramids in the animations, and you can see that at my site:
6-15-2010 - Kelly the elder son arrives today. So does poet Charlotte Innes, coming from LA. She sent an email last night to Kelly and me adding the five poems she's going to read to the five he's going to read and asking is that okay and is that going to conflict with what I'm going to read from Decomposition tonight at Copperfields and I wrote her back:
Poems? What poems? I'm just working on sending out emails and making phone calls and putting up a notice on Facebook etc.
How about this fungal poem from page 49?
Hope to see you tonight in Sebsatopol, Thursday in Berkeley, Friday in Sonoma or in the pages of Decomposition (details here). - dc
6-14-2010 - Susan Moon writes that This Is Getting Old - a new book from the maker of Tofu Roshi. Here's her blog - check the Bay Area events which continue into July. One is tomorrow night at Readers Books in Sonoma CA while Kelly and I are at Copperfields in nearby Sebastopol. Then we're going to be at Readers Books in Sonoma on Friday at five
6-13-2010 - Nothing is Written. This phrase comes to me now and then and I was wondering where I got it from. [more on this at dchad misc]
6-04-2010 - Bro Lor sends a poem on the BP spill: WELCOME QUETZALCOATL
9-14-09 - Two poems by Beverly Armstrong
Sudden Rain for Kobun Chino
Buddha, at his birth, walked seven steps firmly;
5/01/09 - Spring Poems by Jerry Bolick
3-21-09 - Jerry Bolick's poems now on his blog. Jerry ran the Buddhist Churches of America's (Jodo Shinshu) Buddhist Bookstore on Octavia Street off Bush for years and was a friend of Ananda Claude Dalenberg's. Today the Buddhist Bookstore is no longer small, is in Berkeley and online. The bookstore was founded I believe in 1959 and was for years, as far as I know, the only Buddhist bookstore in America. It was around the corner from the old Sokoji where the SF Zen Center began. I'll try to get more on it and everything from Jerry. - dc
3-05-09 - Please Remember by Barton Stone (need to get his stuff together)
12-16-08 - This Wondrous Dharma by Barton Stone
11-19-08 - Meditations from the slow lane - November poems from Jerry Bolick
10-16-08 - A poem from Barton Stone
(new section started 6-07-08 - send suggestions)
5-11-08 - Miriam Bobkoff emailed in the correct links for her and Miriam Sagan's memories of and in memoriam for Philip Whalen. They're on Santa Poetry Broadside. Here's the in memorium which consists of twelve of Philip's poems, here are the Miriams' memories and here's Anne MacNaughton's. See the main page for Philip Whalen.
5-05-08 - The Invention of the Letter: A Beastly Morality by Philip Whalen on Steve Silberman's site. for all to read which is okay since it was printed and handed out for free to begin with and has something printed on it which indicates that - what's that called again, Steve?
On Zen Monster by Brian Unger
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