The Poetry of Yoga Final Notice: Submissions End April 15th at Midnight.

Via HawaH
on Apr 14, 2011
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A Message from HawaH

Submissions Close for The Poetry Of Yoga Book This Friday, April 15th @ MIDNIGHT… Please send your poetry in directly through the website (… if you haven’t already, or share this invite with your friends.

This has been a completely grassroots and word of mouth campaign that has drawn poetry submissions from over 12 different countries… and has a special foreword being written by Shiva Rea. It will ultimately be a fund raising tool for the non-profit organization One Common Unity, supporting their arts-based peace education programs for inner-city youth!

Featured contributors include: Shiva Rea, John Friend, Sharon Gannon, Rod Stryker, Doug Swenson, Hemalayaa Behl, Chuck Miller, Krishna Das, Sianna Sherman, Joseph Goldstein, Dr. James Gordon, Faith Hunter, Alanna Kaivalya, Gurmukh Kaur Kalsa, Gary Kraftsow, Bob Weisenberg, Leza Lowitz, Marni Sclaroff, Zaccai Free, Sarah Herrington, Tias Little, Aadil Palkhivala, Jason Nemer, Jean-Jacques Gabriel, Santi Devi, among many many others.

Please, bless this collection with your soul… and add your voice to the Renaissance of the 21st century Hafiz and Rumi movement:)

Hope you do! It’s really a magical anthology that has come together with such stunning voices…

Love Light and Sight

See these previous interviews with HawaH:

Poetry, Yoga and Inner City Youth: An Interview with HawaH.

The Poetry of Yoga: Enter Your Poems By April 15.


About HawaH

HawaH is an artist, author, educator, yoga teacher and community organizer. In the year 2000, he co-founded One Common Unity, a non-profit organization that inspires a culture of non-violence through arts, media and music. He has released four books, two musical CD’s, and produced three documentary films. His fourth book, The Poetry Of Yoga, is a 2 volume anthology set featuring the writing of 300+ yogi poets from 19 different countries. In his spare time he enjoys: finding new foods to mix with chocolate, climbing trees and buildings, doing handstands on furniture, hiking through mountains with flip flops, body surfing ocean waves, making animal sounds and bird calls, enjoying a glass of wine at high altitude, lighting candles in dark rooms and traveling. His personal work can be discovered at Everlutionary.


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