Peter Temes is a writer and teacher now living in Seattle with the writer Judy Temes. Peter was born and raised in Brooklyn when no one wanted to live in Brooklyn, went to college in Binghamton NY where he fell under the crooked wing of Gerry Crinnin, and studied as a graduate student at Columbia. He's taught at just about every level from grade-school to doctoral courses, with full-time appointments at Harvard, Northeastern, and the Pacific Hills School in Los Angeles. He travels a great deal for his business, the Institute for Innovation in Large Organizations. He'd like to spend more time reading and talking about Sor Juana, Whitman, Frank O'Hara, Houston Person, and Milton Kessler.
Foundlings books by Peter Temes: