Fall 2014 Visiting Writer – Andy Douglas, Tues. September 30th at 7pm

Interested in writing, travel, or Eastern religions?

Come hear Iowa author Andy Douglas, who has practiced yoga and meditation for thirty years. Andy lived for seven years in various countries of Asia, four of those as a monk. A graduate of the University of Iowa’s Nonfiction Writing Program, he also translates and sings Bengali devotional songs.


On Thursday, September 30 at 7pm in the Library Lounge author Andy Douglas will be reading excerpts from The Curve of the World: Into the Spiritual Heart of Yoga.

“Andy Douglas’ immensely readable, candid account of his seven year journey in India and Korea…shows how a commitment to spiritual growth and service can transform a life, regardless of politics or circumstance.” – Faith Adiele, author of Meeting Faith: The Thai Forest Journals of a Black Buddhist Nun.

Waldorf Writer’s Club!

writing club

Attention writers, readers, Creative Writing and English Majors and Minors, faculty members, community members, Waldorf Literary Review staff members, friends, those thinking about writing and all who love literature–the Waldorf Writer’s Club is meeting at 8pm every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, gathering at Professor Bascom’s house: 445 South Clark Street. Don’t be shy! Bring a friend, too!



For more information, please check your Waldorf email or contact Professor Bascom at tim.Bascom@waldorf.edu

We look forward to seeing you there!