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Coleman Barks visits Moses Brown
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
7:00 PM-8:00 PM
Cost: Free RIAEA members/ $20 non-members
Moses Brown School
250 Lloyd Avenue
Providence, RI 02906
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Coleman Barks will read from his works at the Moses Brown School. MB students Amos Cariati, '14 will play the violin and Nicholas Pohl, '14 will play the cello along with the reading.
This event is free and open to the public. Coleman Barks is a student of Sufism and has written numerous Rumi translations. His work has helped give access to Sufism teachings in the English-speaking world. He has also published volumes of his own poetry including Gourd Seed, Tentmaking and most recently, Hummingbird Sleep. Barks taught poetry and creative writing at the University of Georgia for three decades and he now resides in Athens, Georgia.
For more information on Coleman Barks and his work, visit his website http://www.colemanbarks.com/.