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Stuart Kestenbaum, a potter and poet, has been a central figure in the contemporary craft scene for three decades. His position as the director of the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts provides a rare and special perspective on creativity and the human relationships it engenders. His careful observations.
He has also written The View from Here (Brynmorgen Press), a book of brief essays on craft and community. He has written and spoken widely on craft making and creativity, and his poems and writing have appeared in small press publications and magazines including Tikkun, the Sun, the Beloit Poetry Journal, and the New.
He is a former Chief Executive of the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA). Jonathan Kestenbaum was born on 5 August 1959 in Tokyo, Japan. Both his parents' families fled Nazi Germany – first to the United States, then Japan. The family moved to the UK in 1964 when he was five years old.
House of Thanksgiving. Internet Archive Wishlist. He is the author of a book of poems titled Pilgrimage (Coyote Love Press) and lives in Deer Isle, Maine. More From This Contributor ▸. One Free Selection Left. In the house of thanksgiving I have seen the angels late at night, the incandescent light still on downstairs. They are writing psalms with quills. they pull from their wings.
A former director of the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, he is the poet laureate of Maine. Poems by Stuart Kestenbaum.
The week after Thanksgiving and the stores are decked out. for holiday shopping, including a . Maxx, where what was. once too expensive loses its value and attracts us, there is a. store with a big yellow banner proclaiming GIANT BOOK SALE, a seasonal operation carrying remaindered books, which doesn’t mean. that the books aren’t good, only that the great machinery. of the winter on the way, and as I get to the glass double doors
Stuart Kestenbaum is the author of four collections of poetry and is this year’s Andrew Glasgow Writing Resident at Penland . He has also written The View from Here (Brynmorgen Press), a book of brief essays on craft and community.
Stuart Kestenbaum is the author of four collections of poetry and is this year’s Andrew Glasgow Writing Resident at Penland School of Crafts. He’ll give a talk and reading at the school on Sunday, July 12 at 8:15 . Kestenbaum has written and spoken widely on craft, making, and creativity, and his poems and writing have appeared in numerous small press publications and magazines including Tikkun, The Sun, the Beloit Poetry Journal, and on Garrison Keillor’s Writer’s Almanac.