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Roger in Interviews

Roger talks with Michael Stone  from Well of Light  about Dropping the Struggle on KWMR Radio.
This interview was part of the Transformational Author Summit a free online event featuring experts who share the keys to successfully writing, publishing and promoting your book. ©The Shift Network.
Roger Interviewed for New Dimensions Radio
Roger Interviewed by Marj Britt on the Living, Loving, Legacy Telesummit
The Soul-Directed Life with Janet Conner: Book Discussion with Roger
The Shadow and Creativity: Annette Segal Interviews Roger
Writing Wild: Roger Talks about Writing as a Means of Self Exploration
Roger Interviewed by Kris Welch for The Living Room Show, KPFA Radio Berkeley


Roger Interviews . . .


An Interview with Christine Kloser: Transformational Book Coach and Spiritual Guide

Christine Kloser, the author of The Transformation Catalyst, powerfully combines spiritual guidance and intuition with nuts-and-bolts writing, publishing and marketing expertise – and the result is a global movement of authors who unleash their authentic voice, share their message on the pages of a book and make a difference in the world.


Jane Hirshfield Reads Shiki

American poet, essayist, and translator Jane Hirshfield reads and discusses two poems by Masaoka Shiki, the Japanese poet, author, and literary critic who is regarded as a major figure in the development of modern haiku poetry. Some consider Shiki to be one of the four great haiku masters, the others being Matsuo Bashō, Yosa Buson, and Kobayashi Issa.


An Interview with Lama Palden Drolma: Teaching and the Practice of Vajrayana Buddhism in the West

Lama Palden was authorized as a lama in 1986 by her root teacher, Kalu Rinpoche, and she has been teaching since that time. She is the founder of Sukhasiddhi Foundation in Marin County, a Tibetan Buddhist center in the Shangpa Kagyu lineage. Palden is also a licensed psychotherapist, and has been integrating spiritual, psychological, and embodiment work for over forty years.


An Interview with Sherry Anderson: Ripening Time

Sherry Ruth Anderson, Ph.D. is a writer and speaker who has spent the last decade studying conscious development in aging. Her most recent book is Ripening Time: Inside Stories for Aging with Grace (Changemakers Books, 2013). Concurrently, she teaches Diamond Approach to Spiritual Development® in the U.S. and the Netherlands.


An Interview with Ellen Bass: On Sex, The Marvelous, and the Ordinary

Ellen Bass's poetry includes Like a Beggar (Copper Canyon, 2014), The Human Line (Copper Canyon, 2007), and Mules of Love (BOA, 2002), and she coedited No More Masks! (Doubeday), the first major anthology of poetry by women. Her work has been published in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The American Poetry Review, The New Republic, Ploughshares, and The Kenyon Review. She teaches in the MFA program at Pacific University.


An Interview with Kim Rosen: The Truth Behind Words

Kim Rosen, M.F.A., has awakened listeners around the world to the power of the poetry to heal and transform individuals and communities. She is the author of Saved by a Poem: The Transformative Power of Words. Combining her devotion to poetry with her background in psychotherapy and spirituality, she offers lectures, workshops, retreats and Poetry Concerts in a variety of settings such as retreat centers, conferences, universities, professional trainings, churches, corporations, and hospices.


An Interview with Richard Miller: Deep Relaxation & Meditative Inquiry

Richard Miller, PhD, author of Yoga Nidra: A Meditative Practice for Deep Relaxation and Healing, is a contemporary teacher of non-dualism whose teachings emphasize the impact of pure being on well-being. Founding president of the Integrative Restoration Institute and cofounder of the International Association of Yoga Therapy, Richard serves as a consultant, researching his iRest Yoga Nidra meditation protocol with soldiers, veterans, students, children, the homeless, and people experiencing PTSD, substance abuse, sleep disorders, and chronic pain. Richard leads retreats and trainings worldwide.