Thirteenth-century Persian poet Rumi is now the most popular poet in the United States. Leading Rumi interpreter Coleman Barks reads his beloved versions of the Sufi poet’s verse, biographer Brad Gooch shares research into Rumi’s lived experience, and poet Anne Waldman reflects on Rumi’s contribution to poetry’s ecstatic tradition. (rmharris)
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