Kendra Steiner Editions

January 26, 2008

late January 2008 notes

Filed under: Uncategorized — kendrasteinereditions @ 9:41 pm

Just finished a new piece of mine, SLASH & BURN, set in Pittsburgh. It will come out in February…more about it then. However, my silence on the blog recently was due to my working on SLASH & BURN, as well as handling orders for Hosho McCreesh’s 37 PSALMS FROM THE BADLANDS and Glenn W. Cooper’s RIMBAUD IN THE CITY.

Also February will bring NEXT EXIT: SIX, an all-England volume featuring K. M. Dersley, who has already done two fine chapbooks (RETROSPECTIVE FORECASTS and BLUE VELOUR) for KSE and is a core member of our family of poets, and the much-acclaimed Adrian Manning, author of two of my favorite poetry chapbooks of recent years (REPEATING THE MANTRA and WRETCHED SONGS FOR OUT OF TUNE MUSICIANS) and editor/publisher of Concrete Meat Press. This will be Adrian’s first work for KSE, and he has also agreed to do a solo chapbook for us later in 2008. Why not check out Concrete Meat’s fine offerings at http://www.concretemeatpress.co.uk/index.htm  .

Additionally, I’ve been working with Doug Draime on a few projects that should see the light of day in 2008, and one of those should be coming out in the next two months. The scope of Doug’s achievement over the last 40 years (!!!!) is mind-blowing, and both of the projects we’ve been working on will show sides of Doug’s range that might not be that familiar to you.

As always, thanks for your interest and support. And thanks to Hosho McCreesh and Glenn W. Cooper and Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal and Michael Layne Heath and Keith Dersley (and all the others, now 21 in total!) for sharing their work with KSE so we may share it with YOU!

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