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  • Things Seemed to Be Breaking: A Poetry Talk by Stuart Kestenbaum

    Former Maine Poet Laureate Stuart Kestenbaum will read selections of his work, including from his latest collection: Things Seemed to Be Breaking, featuring poetry drawn from black-out images. After the reading, Kestenbaum will answer questions and talk about his creative process. Former US Poet Laureate Ted Kooser has written, “Stuart Kestenbaum writes the kind of poems I love to read, heartfelt responses to the privilege of having been given a life. No hidden agendas here, no theories to espouse, nothing but life, pure life, set down with craft and love.”

    Stuart Kestenbaum is the author of five collections of poems, most recently Things Seemed to Be Breaking (Deerbrook Editions 2021), and a collection of essays The View from Here (Brynmorgen Press). He was the host of the Maine Public Radio program Poems from Here and the host/curator of the podcasts Make/Time and Voices of the Future. He was the director of Haystack Mountain School of Crafts from 1988 until 2015. More recently, working with the Libra Foundation, he has designed and implemented a residency program for artists and writers called Monson Arts. Stuart 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, The New York Times Magazine, and on the Writer’s Almanac and American Life in Poetry. He served as Maine’s poet laureate from 2016-2021.

    For a link to the Zoom event, please email elewis@rocklandmaine.gov.

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