Shozan Jack Haubner

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Shozan Jack Haubner[1] is the pen name of a Zen monk who has written two books and a number of essays for The Sun, Tricycle, Buddhadharma, Lion's Roar and the New York Times, and the Best Buddhist Writing series. He won the Pushcart Prize in 2012.[2]

Early Life

Shozan was born and raised in a Catholic family. He studied philosophy and worked as a screenwriter, poet and a stand-up comedian in Los Angeles, United States before becoming a Buddhist Zen priest.[3]

Books

References

  1. "Shozan Jack Haubner". NPR.org. Retrieved 2017-09-08. 
  2. "Shozan Jack Haubner". www.shambhala.com. Retrieved 2017-09-08. 
  3. "Amazon.com: Shozan Jack Haubner: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle". www.amazon.com. Retrieved 2017-09-08. 
  4. "Zen Confidential: Confessions of A Wayward Monk by Shozan Jack Haubner | A Room Of One's Own Books & Gifts". www.roomofonesown.com. Retrieved 2017-09-08. 
  5. Haubner, Shozan Jack; Cohen, Leonard (2013-05-14). Zen Confidential: Confessions of a Wayward Monk. Shambhala. 
  6. Single White Monk by Shozan Jack Haubner | PenguinRandomHouse.com. 
  7. Haubner, Shozan Jack (2017-10-10). Single White Monk: Tales of Death, Failure, and Bad Sex. Shambhala. ISBN 9781611803631. 

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  • Ep 40: Shozan Jack Haubner on the Writing and Monk Life
    Description: Shozan Jack Haubner is the pen name of a Zen monk whose essays have appeared in The Sun, Tricycle, Buddhadharma, and the New York Times, as well as in the Best Buddhist Writing series. His book Zen Confidential: Confessions of a Wayward Monk is the winner of a 2012 Pushcart Prize. His most recent book, “Single White Monk: Tales of Death, Failure, and Bad Sex (Although Not necessarily in that order) is out now from Shambhala Publishing.

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Ajahn Amaro Bhikkhu Analayo Reb Anderson James H. Austin Alan Ball (screenwriter)
Martine Batchelor Stephen Batchelor (author) Ezra Bayda Jan Chozen Bays Alexander Berzin
Bhikkhu Sujato Alfred Bloom (Buddhist) Bhikkhu Bodhi William Bodiford Sujin Boriharnwanaket
Tara Brach Shoryu Bradley Ajahn Brahm Arthur Braverman David Brazier
David Chadwick (writer) Pema Chodron Thubten Chodron Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche 14th Dalai Lama
Taisen Deshimaru K. L. Dhammajoti Phra Dhammavisuddhikavi Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Charles Tenshin Fletcher James Ishmael Ford Francesca Freemantle Gil Fronsdal Stephen Fulder
Gary Gach Rupert Gethin Tetsugen Bernard Glassman Natalie Goldberg Joseph Goldstein
Richard Gombrich Oscar R. Gómez Henepola Gunaratana Ruben Habito Steve Hagen
Joan Halifax Shodo Harada Richard Hayes (professor) Steven Heine Dennis Hirota
Hsing Yun Cheri Huber Daisaku Ikeda Jeffrey Hopkins Thupten Jinpa
Y Karunadasa Robert Kennedy (Jesuit) Khandro Rinpoche Khantipalo Second Beru Khyentse
Anne C. Klein Jack Kornfield Erik Pema Kunsang Jakusho Kwong Geri Larkin
David Loy Dan Lusthaus Vicki Mackenzie Robert Magliola
Master Lian Tzi Dennis Merzel Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche Phillip Moffitt Glenn H. Mullin
Rob Nairn Namkhai Norbu Katukurunde Nyanananda Thera Gedhun Choekyi Nyima Shōhaku Okumura
Erdne Ombadykow Tenzin Palmo Ajahn Pasanno Piya Tan Red Pine (author)
Prayudh Payutto John Myrdhin Reynolds Ringu Tulku Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche Tsenzhab Serkong Rinpoche
Larry Rosenberg Hiro Sachiya Sharon Salzberg Padma Samten Shozan Jack Haubner
Ajahn Sucitto Ajahn Sumedho Thanissaro Bhikkhu Soma Thera Chokyi Sengay
Tashi Tsering (Chenrezig) Tashi Tsering (Jamyang) Tashi Tsering (tibetologist)
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