Kendra Steiner Editions

July 24, 2007

new chapbooks for summer 2007 now available

Filed under: Uncategorized — kendrasteinereditions @ 12:46 am

Kendra Steiner Editions is a D.I.Y. poetry publishing project operating out of San Antonio, Texas, with partners in Glasgow, Scotland. As of July 2007, we have issued 59 poetry chapbooks by 12 authors, and we have two new (so far) poets joining the mix for our next round of releases in Fall 2007.

The following books are now available for $4 each, postpaid in North America.

#59, LUIS CUAUHTEMOC BERRIOZABAL, without peace;

#58, K. M. DERSLEY, retrospective forecasts;

#57, MARK WEBER, four poems from new york city;

#56, THOMAS MICHAEL McDADE/BILL SHUTE, next exit:two;

#55, DOUG DRAIME/BILL SHUTE, next exit:one ;

#54, MICHAEL CASEY, the bopper;

#53, MICHAEL CERAOLO, more euclid creek;

#52, DOUG DRAIME, eyestone;

#50, THOMAS MICHAEL MCDADE, thrill and swill;

#49, BILL SHUTE, rocket attack u.s.a. (cinema poetry series, vol. 1);

#48, BILL SHUTE, san antonio good friday (creel pone sound study #5);

#47, BILL SHUTE, upside down (creel pone sound study #4);

#46, BILL SHUTE, fantasmata 2007 (creel pone sound study #3);

#45, BRAD KOHLER, energy fools the magician (sound library, vol. 23);

#43, BILL SHUTE, symphonie rouge (creel pone sound study #2);

#42, BILL SHUTE, fire of the actual;

#41, STUART CRUTCHFIELD, the circus crows have landed;

#38, BILL SHUTE, yantra;

#36, BILL SHUTE, come on, react! (second printing);

#34, STUART CRUTCHFIELD, shack simple;

#33, DAVID KEENAN, high all the time (sound library, vol. 20);

#32, DAVID KEENAN, just another high (sound library, vol. 19);

#30, STUART CRUTCHFIELD, march (sound library, vol. 18);

#29, STUART CRUTCHFIELD/BILL SHUTE, stream (salmon and blood)(second printing);

#27, DAVID KEENAN/BILL SHUTE, more ragas.

Europeans should order from Volcanic Tongue in Glasgow, Scotland.

www.volcanictongue.co.uk

For further information, write to Bill at django5722 (at) yahoo (dot) com  .

We’ll have a new round of poetry chapbooks in the fall, probably starting in October.

Thanks for your support. By the way, we are always happy to trade chapbooks with other poets!

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