Andrew Schelling lives in the foothills along Colorado’s Front Range, studying languages, ecology and animal tracks. He writes poetry and essays, and translates poems of ancient India. His most recent poetry collection is The Facts at Dog Tank Spring. A folkloric, cultural account of California bohemian writers and wilderness is titled Tracks Along the Left Coast: Jaime de Angulo & Pacific Coast Culture. Also eight volumes of poetry translated from Sanskrit and related tongues. He teaches poetry and the Sanskrit language at Naropa University in Boulder.