About Shirin Sabri
Australian poet Shirin Sabri spent much of her childhood in Papua New Guinea, and has, since then, lived in Israel, Cyprus, Britain and Australia. She recently worked as a teacher of History and Literature at the Townshend International School in the Czech Republic, and now serves at the Bahá'í World Centre.
Her poems have been published in The Bahá’í World, in Canadian Bahá’í Studies monographs, Imago, Poetry Australia, and, more recently in the Journal of Bahá’í Studies, Vahid: Bahá’í Inspired Literary Magazine, and in Tokens: An Occasional Magazine of Bahá’í Inspired Poetry and the Arts. She is currently a contributing poet to the Choral Tales Project, a Los Angeles based venture that sets out to present folk tales of the world through dance and song.