Buddhist theory and practice in daily life, including applications in arts and sciences, livelihood and nourishment; engaged Buddhism; interfaith.
Gary Gach holds a degree from San Francisco State University and has published widely. His work has appeared in such magazines and anthologies as AsianArt.com, BuddhaDharma, Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Inquiring Mind, Language for a New Century, The New Yorker, Shambhala Sun, Technicians of the Sacred, Tricycle, Veterans of War Veterans of Peace, Whole Earth Review, and Yoga Journal. He's author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Buddhism (Silver Nautilus Award), editor of What Book!? Buddha Poems from Beat to Hiphop (American Book Award), and translator of three books by Korea's reknowned author Ko Un, Songs for Tomorrow, Ten Thousand Lives, and Flowers of a Moment (Northern California Book Award for Translation). Gach is recipient of a number of fellowships and grants, and is a popular, dynamic speaker at keynotes, workshops, and panels. He teaches Buddhism at Stanford Continued Studies, and facilitates a meditation group in San Francisco at The Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples, America's first interracial, interfaith congregation. A Jewish Buddhist, he practices in the tradition of Ven. Thich Nhat Hanh. Homepage: http://word.to.