Peter Shaindlin moves unpredictably between creative writing, music, photography, and the teaching of aesthetics. His primary poetic influences include Octavio Paz, Geoffrey Hill, Kenneth Rexroth, and Federico Garcia Lorca. An alumnus of the University of Oxford, he resides in Hawaii and prefers imaginary travel to that of the physical journey.
His ability to synthesize culture from an extraordinary broad range and have enthusiasm for culture. — Stephan Jost, Honolulu Museum of Art
Books by Peter Shaindlin
18 Passions, 2013, Deuxmers
Citizen Steele, 2015, Deuxmers
The Swans of Pergusa, 2015, Deuxmers
Berlin: The Living and the Dead (Two Seas Volume II), 2017, Deuxmers
Ravens, Nights, 2020, Deuxmers