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Core Professor
Jack Kerouac School
Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies
BA, University of California–Santa Cruz

Andrew Schelling is a poet, translator and editor. His work is grounded in ecology, bioregional thought, linguistics, and anthropology. Recent books include two volumes of poetry, From the Arapaho Songbook and A Possible Bag. Other publications include six books of translation and four anthologies. The Oxford Anthology of Bhakti Literature came out in 2011. Forthcoming in Fall of 2013 is a book of talks and essays, The Real People of Wind & Rain. His literary papers are housed at The Archive for New Poetry at University of California, San Diego. Andrew regularly teaches at Deer Park Institute in India’s Kangra Valley and in California works with The Public School, a free and cooperative public space that emerged from Occupy Oakland. He teaches poetry for Naropa's Kerouac School and Sanskrit for the Religious Studies program.