Festival of Books Gathering at Seminary
September 8, 2010
Dr. Daniel Burow--author, psychologist, teacher, and Sioux Falls resident--will share the stories and experiences that inspired him to write his book, Rebels, Poets, and Mystics: Challenging the Truth of a Spiritual Life. The event, which is part of the South Dakota Festival of Books, will take place on Friday, August 24, from 12:30-2:00 p.m. at Sioux Falls Seminary (2100 S Summit Avenue). The brown bag lunch event is free and open to the public.
Burow has an interesting and engaging spiritual journey and extensive educational background. He holds degrees from Morningside College and the University of South Dakota and is a licensed psychologist with an interest in spirituality and human growth and development. Burow is also certified in massage therapy and has private training in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Currently, he serves as the state director for Deer Oaks Mental Health and maintains a private practice in Sioux Falls.
To learn more about Burow, please visit his website at: danielburow.com.
About the South Dakota Festival of Books
Each year thousands of people converge on the annual South Dakota Festival of Books, a weekend-long event that features more than 50 well-known authors participating in book signings, presentations, panel discussions and readings. Author presentations are separated into six tracks: fiction, non-fiction, poetry, children's/young adult, history/tribal, and writer's support.
Over the course of six festivals, many distinguished authors and cultural figures have attended, such as Marilynne Robinson, Ted Kooser, Sonia Monzano, Annie Proulx, Quincy Troupe, Dan O'Brien, Susan Power, Louise Erdrich, Pete Dexter, Greg Mortensen, and Ivan Doig; NPR hosts Carl Kassel, Neal Conan, and Juan Williams; and publishing industry representatives including Judy Hottensen, John Glusman, and Paul Cirone.