GRIGG, Ray. Canadian, b. 1938. Genres: Philosophy. Career: Teacher of English, literary history, fine arts, cultural history, and comparative world religions at secondary schools in British Columbia; teacher at Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, in New York, and at Hollyhock Farm (experiential learning institute), Cortes Island, British Columbia; also worked as a sculptor, photographer, graphic artist, reporter, and columnist. Student and teacher of Zen, Taoism, and related Eastern philosophies. University of Victoria, Center for Studies in Religion and Society, advisory council. Publications: The Tao of Relationships: A Balancing of Man and Woman, 1988; The Tao of Being: A Think and Do Workbook, 1989; The Tao of Sailing: A Bamboo Way of Life, 1990; Zen Brushpoems, 1993; The Tao of Zen, 1994; The New Lao Tzu: A Contemporary Tao Te Ching, 1995. Address: Box 362, Quathiaski Cove, Quadra Island, BC, Canada V0P 1N0.