My Interview with Novelist Ruth Ozeki on the Interdependence Project Podcast

interdependence project podcast, buddhism, dharma, Ruth Ozeki, Ethan Nichtern, Brooklyn Zen, Cyber-Bullying, A Tale for the Time Being, The Road HomeThis year, I will be having more conversations with incredible people for the Interdependence Project podcast at the intersection of mindfulness practice, dharma, and modern life. Recently, I was able to have an amazing interview with bestselling novelist and zen priest Ruth Ozeki. The iTunes podcast link is here and the website link is here. Her novels  A Tale for the Time Being, My Year of Meats, and All Over Creation have won major awards and moved a huge group of people, myself included. I was able to sit down with her at IDP in the East Village for a truly great dialogue on writing, meditation, the internet era, the nature of time, magical realism and cyber-bullying, among many other things.

For folks in the NY area, Ruth will be teaching a daylong writing retreat at Brooklyn Zen on Sunday, April 26. I’m sure, from spending time with her, that that workshop will be a true treat for anyone who attends. More information at this link.

Up next is my recent interview with ABC news anchor and author of 10% Happier, Dan Harris, who will also be joining us at the release event for The Road Home on 4/21. Stay tuned for that conversation via the IDP Podcast in the coming weeks.

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