Kendra Steiner Editions

November 20, 2009

A.J. Kaufmann, “Via Alighieri.” (KSE #149)

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A.J. KAUFMANN
“Via Alighieri” (Cinema Poetry Series, Volume 3)
Kendra Steiner Editions #149.

The bleak industrial and emotional wastelands found in Antonioni’s classic film “Il Deserto Rosso/Red Desert” are created anew in this haunting, disquieting, yet strangely beautiful ten-page poem from “The Bard of Poznan.” Available NOW from KSE.

The third in our Cinema Poetry Series.

Vol. 1, ROCKET ATTACK USA (inspired by the Barry Mahon film of the same name, out of print).

Vol. 2, NOBODY KNOWS, NOBODY SEES (inspired by the 1971 film VANISHING POINT, still available from KSE).

Volumes 4 and 5, by AJ Kaufmann and Bill Shute, will appear in the first half of 2010.

Ordering information at

http://kendrasteinereditions.wordpress.com/available-kse-chapbooks-as-of-41809/

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Read Paul Corman-Roberts’ essay on A.J. Kaufmann at Full of Crow:
http://fullofcrow.com/crowreviews/2009/11/cellos-et-ghosts-little-white-book-aj-kaufmann/

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Read a review of NOBODY KNOWS, NOBODY SEES at The Ragged Edge:
http://www.raggededge.btinternet.co.uk/nonblog.html
(it’s the 20-11-09 entry)
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Thanks for your support of the KSE family and of independent artists.

 

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