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The New York Times details Robert Chodo Campbell's relationship with a dear friend through the dying process.
ENDPAIN interviews Koshin Paley Ellison on his unique path to contemplative practice, politics, and the space for rage in Zen Buddhism.
Poet Mark Doty reflects on loss, grief, and attention in a conversation with Koshin and Chodo in Tricycle Magzine.
In the Huffington Post, Koshin Paley Ellison discusses how changing the way that we think about death can empower us to live more meaningfully in the here and now.
Koshin Paley Ellison and Robert Chodo Campbell, invite poet Nick Flynn to the Zen Center for an afternoon of conversation. They spent a few hours talking about poetry, bees, his time with the Abu Ghraib detainees, and letting our hearts break to open wide.
Chodo & Koshin interview Poet Marie Howe for Tricycle Magazine