Mawlana Rumi Review, volume 1
The Mawlana Rumi Review is a new annual academic review devoted to the life, thought, poetry and legacy of Rumi, the world's greatest Sufi poet. It contains articles, reports, and book reviews dealing with Rumi's art of story-telling, poetic imagery, theology, spiritual psychology, ecumenism, erotic spirituality, pedagogy, hermeneutics, ethics, epistemology, prophetology, metaphysics, and cosmology, as well as on the heritage of Rumi's thought in modern and medieval literary history and interpretation and commentary on his works such as the Mathnawi and Divan-i Shams-i Tabriz.
About Leonard Lewisohn of Oxford, england
Leonard Lewisohn is Lecturer in Persian and Iran Heritage Foundation Fellow in Classical Persian and Sufi Literature at the University of Exeter, UK. He has published numerous works on Persian Sufi poetry as well as translations including 'The Angels Knocking on the Tavern Door; Thirty Poems of Hafiz', translated with Robert Bly.