On Making Art: Bandit Soup—A Recipe for Love, Courage and Songwriting

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Bill Bothwell is one of those baby-boomer outlaw-poets who left the American heartland for western parts and ports. He experienced rock ‘n’ roll, radical politics, journalism and finally Buddhism. Under the influence of Buddhist teacher Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and poet Allen Ginsberg, Bill practiced his own musical poetry in the Shambhala tradition. He discusses his journey as a musician and student of the Shambhala dharma. See article