Andrew Schelling explains the succinct insight of M.C. Richards’ “Poem” (July 2011).
Andrew Schelling calls for baseball’s return to the Zen economy of simple, rough pleasures, to the wabi-sabi spirit of its early years.
Poet, translator and avid mountaineer, Andrew Schelling teaches at Naropa University. He is a longtime student of Zen. His translations of poetry from classical India are widely anthologized. Growing up in New England, Schelling was a frequent visitor to Fenway Park, home of the tragic Boston Red Sox. Recent titles include Tea Shack Interior: New & Selected Poetry and Wild Form, Savage Grammar: Poetry, Ecology, Asia.