Born J. C. Horner (cousin of I. B. Horner) in 1956, Ajahn Amaro was ordained in Thailand in 1979, leaving just two years later to help Ajahn Sumedho establish Chithurst Monastery. In the early 1990s, Ajahn Amaro began making regular trips to California, where he eventually founded Abhayagiri Monastery with Ajahn Pasanno. In 2010, Ajahn Amaro left California and returned to England to take over leadership of Amaravati Monastery, where he remains. You can find all his books on the Amaravati website.
~ Adapted from the Wikipedia article
Selected Works (in chronological order)
Small Boat, Great Mountain: Theravādan Reflections on the Natural Great Perfection (2003) – Ajahn Amaro
Transcribed talks from a a retreat Ajahn Amaro taught with Drubwang Tsoknyi Rinpoche.
The Island: An Anthology of the Buddha’s Teachings on Nibbāna (2009) – Ajahn Pasanno and Ajahn Amaro
Featured in the course, " Nibbāna: The Goal of Buddhist Practice"