Kendra Steiner Editions

July 14, 2008

From Bandera to San Saba and back (gone until 7/20)

Filed under: Uncategorized — kendrasteinereditions @ 8:43 am

I’ll be gone, travelling the back roads and small towns of the Texas Hill Country and of central Texas, for the next five days—-during this period Kendra, still recovering from having her four wisdom teeth extracted,  will handle orders.

Will be taking two manuscripts with me for editing on the trip: A. J. Kaufmann‘s EAST-WEST TRAIN, his new sound library volume written under the inspiration of Kraftwerk’s TRANS-EUROPE EXPRESS; and Doug Draime‘s BONES, a stunning new “list poem” worthy of a Ginsberg or a Berrigan, but 110 % Draime. Expect to see those two new volumes appear around the end of July.

Glasgow’s Stuart Crutchfield and I are working on a new collaborative entry in the Creel Pone Sound Study Series, volume 9 (out of 10 volumes total), called ELECTRONIC MYTH, which should be out in late August or September. The 10th and final volume in the Creel Pone series will be written in collaboration with Zachary C. Bush later this summer, and that will close the book on the Creel Pone Sound Study Series, which has received much acclaim from readers and has produced some of the finest KSE volumes IMHO. PYTHAGORON TWO and SAN ANTONIO GOOD FRIDAY and SYMPHONIE ROUGE and LUNA AMERICANA are pieces that will certainly stand as the years pass by.  I hope you picked up on these while they were available. Because of the color artwork included in it, PYTHAGORON TWO (written with Stu) will not be included in my Selected Poems volume, and there are no plans to reissue it.

August-September should also see new solo chapbooks from Debbie Kirk (BROKEN is its name) and Christopher Cunningham (a sound library volume set in the world of poker!). And who knows what else?

As always, thanks for your support, your communications, your purchases, and your reading of the KSE poetry chapbooks. Thanks also to the 8400+ visitors over the last year on this first anniversary of the KSE blog.

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