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People in, a hub of sorts - started 4-13-11

People Index or link pages - for more people, see Interviews, Brief Memories, Suzuki Stories, LinksComments, CukeSanghaNews, and a few other places for some stragglers.

Edward Brown

Edward's Peaceful Sea Sangha

Books by Edward Espe Brown

1-10-17 - Edward invites your participation in a ceremony for Inauguration Day, to invoke Principles and Alignment into the Day.

2-20-14 - By All Means by Edward Espe Brown, illustrated by Margot Koch, with a painting by John Simpkins --Missing Links Press, San Francisco (112 pages)

Review by Catherine Gammon on

Publisher's Flyer PDF

To order, send a check for $20 plus $6 shipping/handling (California residents please add $1.80 sales tax) to Edward Espe Brown, 75 Sequoia Road, Fairfax, CA 94930.  Please include a note that it is for the book.  Alternatively, you may pay using the PayPal button on the Audio Dharma page.

Read Ed's stories about Tassajara and Shunryu Suzuki from Tomato Blessings and Radish Teachings: Recipes and Reflections.

1984 - Letter to the SFZC with memories of Suzuki

Edward Brown on his shaking and Suzuki

Edwards' Brief Memories of Shunryu Suzuki

1-08-14 - Rules to Live By - by Edward Brown, published in Buddhadharma last fall.

Ed Brown's tribute to the Jack Elias' Finding True Magic

9-05-14 - Remembering Suzuki Roshi - A talk given by Rev. Edward Brown, Rev. Peter Schneider, and Rev. Les Kaye in honor of the 50th anniversary of Suzuki Roshi's arrival in America, on Saturday, May 23, 2009, at City Center. (from the SFZC site)

And the movie - How to Cook Your Life.

Edward Brown sends a spring 2011 note

Interview with Edward on the Global Intelligencer

Ed Brown: Confessions of an Angry Zen Chef - from Slashfood

An Interview with Edward Brown on How to Cook Your Life -
from Spirituality and Practice

what's new this year

There's a lot of old material that's as good as new if you haven't read it. -DC

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