Shambhala Online Book of the Month

Discover a new book every month!
… And chat with the authors during our live events!

The Shambhala Online Book of the Month is an opportunity to learn about the recently published books from our many wonderful Shambhala authors and get to know them a little!

Each author will present the book’s main teaching and share what inspired them to write about it.  Their presentation will be followed by a Q&A where you will be able to engage them and explore their past, current, and future offerings.

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by Suzi Siegel 

Live event on Zoom: Sunday, October 18 
11:00 am (Pacific), 12:00 pm (Mountain), 1:00 pm (Central), 2:00 pm (Eastern), 3:00 pm (Atlantic), 7:00 pm (UK), 8:00 pm (CET)

REGISTER HERE so we can send you the zoom link.

About the Book:

Tiny New York: The Smallest Things in the Biggest City

Tiny New York peeks into the city’s nooks and crannies to find the little things that tell the real New York story. Because in New York, Tiny isn’t cute. It’s tough. Tiny doesn’t wait for handouts. It hustles. Tiny isn’t insignificant. It’s precise. Tiny isn’t a jack-of-all-trades. It’s the master of one.

There are plenty of books about New York City. But there has never been a book about the smallest things in the biggest city



About the Author: SUZI SIEGEL, who is little, grew up in a little apartment in the Bronx. She is a former investigative reporter and travel writer. Thus, she is uniquely qualified to write a book full of words about the tiny things in New York City that might have otherwise gone unnoticed. Siegel has worked as a crime reporter in Detroit, an assistant to Sean “Diddy” Combs, and a travel writer for Marie Claire magazine. Siegel lives in Jackson Heights, Queens, one of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods. She is a longtime meditator and member of the Shambhala community and even included a quote from Chögyam Trungpa in her book.






November Book:   
By David Schneider
Sunday, November 1 at 2:00 pm (Atlantic)

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December Book:   
By Lesley Stern
Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 3:00 pm (Atlantic)

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