Dōshō received dharma transmission (authorization to teach Zen) from Dainin Katagiri Rōshi, and inka shōmei from James Myōun Ford Rōshi in the Harada-Yasutani lineage.
Dōshō’s translation and commentary on The Record of Empty Hall is due out in early 2021 (Shambhala). He is also the author of Keep Me In Your Heart a While: The Haunting Zen of Dainin Katagiri.
You can find Dosho's blog, Wild Fox Zen: Living the Dream, here.
Tetsugan Zummach Osho
Tetsugan began practicing Zen in the mid-1990s, and received the Buddhist Precepts in 2001. She is an ordained Zen priest and spiritual director, and received authorization to teach Zen from James Myōun Ford Rōshi.
Tetsugan has studied Buddhism with many teachers over the years, and undertaken temple, residential and monastic training at Zen centers and monasteries around the United States. She has also studied and practiced the Nyoho-e style of Japanese Buddhist rakusu and kesa sewing with Tomoe Katagiri (Katagiri Roshi's widow), and teaches it to others.
Licensed as a clinical social worker, Tetsugan has also trained in the practices of Morita therapy and Naikan (known as Japanese Psychology) at the ToDo Institute in Vermont. Her other interests in this vein include contemplative counseling, narrative therapy, the Enneagram, and other approaches to engaged living, growth, and transformation.