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Five Questions with Kristine Goldy

<p>Kristine Goldy, exhibitor services coordinator for the American Craft Council, in front of the ACC library display at the 2011 San Francisco show.</p>

Kristine Goldy, exhibitor services coordinator for the American Craft Council, in front of the ACC library display at the 2011 San Francisco show.

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Today's interview is with Kristine Goldy, exhibitor services coordinator for the American Craft Council.

What is your favorite/most-read art or craft book in your personal collection?
Furniture with Soul: Master Woodworkers and Their Craft by David Savage. I'm always daydreaming about the fantastic New York apartment I will have someday, and this helps with the fantasy!

What book or magazine would you like to sneak out of the ACC Library?
Dwell

What book(s) are you currently reading? Any kind of book is fine!
Just Kids by Patti Smith

What hooked you on craft? What's the first craft you remember seriously catching your eye?
It was glass. I am from the Pacific Northwest and you can't help but walk along the sidewalk and notice the craftsmanship in the small shops and gallery windows.

If you could master a new craft, what would it be?
Woodworking. I'm definitely a functional/practical kind of gal and being able to build from that would be fantastic.

Five Questions is a brief Q&A about books and craft, with people who love and use the American Craft Council Library.

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