Kendra Steiner Editions

April 13, 2012

Bill Shute/Anthony Guerra discussed in Pitchfork article on contemporary spoken-word

Filed under: Uncategorized — kendrasteinereditions @ 7:46 am

Nice to see a mention of Anthony Guerra and yours truly in a piece on spoken-word/poetry in the excellent “The Out Door” column at Pitchfork. The piece mentions my spoken-word poetry album “Junk Sculpture From The New Gilded Age” (KSE #213) and the duo poetry-and-guitar album with Anthony, “Subtraction” (Black Petal Records, Australia, but also available through KSE as #208).

You can get a copy of either album for $8 each, postpaid anywhere, direct from KSE. Payment via paypal to  django5722(at)yahoo(dot)com

The Pitchfork piece can be found at the following link, and there’s also streaming audio of the leadoff track (Anthony and I think of it as our “hit”),  “Marion, Texas”…

Welcome, if you’ve come to this page from Pitchfork. Kendra Steiner Editions has issued 225+ chapbooks of contemporary poetry and cdr’s of experimental music in our 6+ years of existence, right here from San Antonio, Texas. Please look around the website and check out what we have to offer. At $5 for a poetry chapbook and $8 for a CDR album, you can afford to take a chance on something new and exciting…

http://pitchfork.com/features/the-out-door/8805-a-word-is-worth-a-thousand-sounds/

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