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These letters, translated by Paul Bowles, were originally published in various issues of Stroker magazine from to By accessing www. The recommended screen size is x or greater, with the text size set to medium.

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Paul Bowles's first printed book had two poems: "Watervariation" and "Message". XV, No. El cielo protector , the first Spanish edition, translated by A. Robillot and S.

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Reprinted in India in Mind , edited by Pankaj Mishra. Abrams, Inc. Burroughs; London: Aloes Books, T ranslated from the French by Paul Bowles. San Francisco: Rolling Stone magazine, January 15, , p. Spring , p. New York: View , Series 5, May Yallah , with photographs by Peter W. Burroughs in Tangier, Morocco].

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Submitted paper and power point presentation on U. Taught adult poetry workshop. Barnard College, Guest Lecturer, , The Coachman Family Center, Created literacy project in homeless shelter. Organized and implemented literacy project and tutor for ten years in after-school program.

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Poetry Workshops, taught poetry workshops at the Hackley School in Tarrytown, New York, and various private and public schools. Krebs School, Lexington, MA. Classroom teacher for special education students. Co-edit and publish the annual poetry chapbook winner of the Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Contest, the Conversation series consisting of a well known poet who chooses and appears in the same chapbook with an emerging poet, poetry anthologies, and special collections.

Developed exhibition team, selected photographs for exhibition, research and writing text for exhibition, fundraising, writing of museum catalogue, and developing traveling exhibit. Served on Development, Program, and Benefit Committees. Organized, funded, staffed, and worked as tutor for joint Westhab and HVWC literacy project at largest homeless center in Westchester County.

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Project originated from after-school writing workshop that was ongoing from to Other elements included art workshops in metal sculpture, photography, dance and singing; computer lab for literacy skills development; reading lab; pre-school educational enrichment; and development of scholarship program. Created reading series at the Warner Library. Responsible for fundraising, setting up and administrating reading series in which approximately twenty four writers presented their work each year.


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