Sharon Kessler, poet & translator, is proprietor of Fish-Eye Press, a private press in Pardes Hanna, Israel.
Her poems have appeared in many journals, anthologies, at a bus stop in Santa Fe
and in a Guerilla Poetics
broadside. Sharon grew up in Bohemia, New York and holds degrees
from SUNY Binghamton and from Stanford University,
where she was a Mirrielees Scholar in Literature & Creative Writing. Her translation of the Hebrew poet
Lea Goldberg was awarded a Witter Bynner Poetry Translator Residency at the Santa Fe Art Institute
From a corner of her husband's dojo, she prints broadsides & chapbooks on handmade or other fine paper. All work is printed from handset metal type on a 6.25 x 9 inch
of uncertain lineage and hand-illustrated by the poet's daughter, Noga Farchi, or by other artists.