Three Musicians, by Mark Chain
Mark Chain has lived most of his adult life in Northern New England and Europe. A former Community Organizer, Teacher, and Psychotherapist, he's given readings and guest lectures, made radio programs, and driven taxi in both the US and Germany, where he lived for 16 years. He has had a number of his writings and translations published or broadcast, was once simultaneous translator of a live presentation by Richard Baker-Roshi, Zen-Master, and once teaching assistant to Allen Ginsberg and Ted Berrigan. In 2016 he retired from cutting and splitting his firewood by hand, sold his log cabin, and moved into a nearby village -- though he still has his chain saw and axe.
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