Kendra Steiner Editions

December 25, 2010

happy holidays from KSE/Casa Bernal-Shute

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December 24, 2010

Bill Shute, circa 1974-1975

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me, as a senior at Golden High School, Golden, Colorado, during the 1974-1975 academic year. thanks to emerson s. for the photos, which I’d never seen before…

December 19, 2010

Bunuel’s NAZARIN (Mexico 1959) in Austin, Monday the 20th

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NAZARIN

directed by Luis Bunuel (Mexico 1959)

winner, International Prize, 1959 Cannes Film Festival

Monday 20 Dec., 8 p.m.

Mexican-American Cultural Center

 600 River St. (Holly St. exit) Austin, TX…

in Spanish w/ English Subtitles…and FREE!

the final film in the MACC’s wonderful series, “Bunuel In Mexico”

December 17, 2010

3 new CDR’s coming from KSE in Feb/March 2011

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mini-cdr from BELLTONESUICIDE (western Massachusetts);

mini-cdr from PARASHI (upstate NY);

and a full-length cdr, “Objects” from Austin percussionist-composer NICK HENNIES

However, before those gems are released, we’ve got a number of other things for you:

IN DECEMBER:

new 3″ cdr’s from SEAN GADOURY and KUSCHTY RYE ERGOT

the 74-minute micro-saxo-phone. edition III cdr from ALFRED 23 HARTH

 

IN LATE DECEMBER/EARLY JANUARY:

new poetry chapbook  CONTINUUM  from JOHN SWEET

 

IN LATE JANUARY/EARLY FEBRUARY:

a new, as-yet-untitled poetry chapbook from San Francisco’s   MICHAEL  LAYNE  HEATH

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and don’t forget what’s available NOW:

recent poetry releases:

#174, LUIS CUAUHTEMOC BERRIOZABAL, “Digging a Grave.”

#173, BILL SHUTE, “Butterfly Mind.”

#168, DOUG DRAIME, “For A Dream Ended.”

#167, BILL SHUTE, “Down Bridge Street.”

#166, A.J.  KAUFMANN, “Amazon, The Fame of God.” (cinema poetry series, volume 4)

#164, JONO TOSCH, “Probably”

#160, JOHN SWEET, “This Moment, Reflected in Ice”

#169, BILL SHUTE, “Seawall” (sound library series, Volume 57).

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recent music cdr’s:

#179,  (3-inch CDR), ANDREAS BRANDAL, “Minus”

#178,  (3-inch CDR), RAMBUTAN, “Age of None”

#176 (3-inch CDR), OPHIBRE, “St. Asphalt (Patron Saint of Army Ants).”

all poetry books and 3″ cdr’s $5 each via paypal, postpaid anywhere

as always, thanks for your support, as KSE finishes up our FIFTH year of operation (2006-2010). support the micro-presses and micro-labels and micro-artspaces and independent artists/poets/musicians/composers, the contemporary samizdat art-makers who operate under the radar and outside the established distribution channels.

December 9, 2010

Bunuel’s LA ILUSIÓN VIAJA EN TRANVÍA (Mexico 1954), in Austin, Monday the 13th

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LA ILUSIÓN VIAJA EN TRANVÍA

(ILLUSION TRAVELS BY STREETCAR)

directed by Luis Bunuel (Mexico 1954)

Monday 13 Dec., 8 p.m.

Mexican-American Cultural Center

 600 River St. (Holly St. exit) Austin, TX…

in Spanish w/ English Subtitles…and FREE!

I discovered the Mexican-American Cultural Center, in Austin, by accident because the Austin New Music Co-Op has had a few events there which I attended, but I’ve come back a few times (the Maize exhibit was very interesting) since, and they’ve been having some GREAT programs of Mexican cinema, subtitled in English. Earlier in the Fall, there was a multi-week Santo festival (hard for me to get up to Austin on a weeknight with work), and now there’s a five-week “Bunuel In Mexico” program on Monday nights. I can’t allow myself to miss this one! If you’re in Central/South Texas, I’ll see you there…

December 5, 2010

JANDEK w/ Mike Watt, live in Irvine, CA, 8 Jan 2011

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December 2, 2010

Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal, “Digging A Grave” (KSE #174) now available

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LUIS   CUAUHTEMOC  BERRIOZABAL

“DIGGING A GRAVE” (KSE #174)

hand-numbered, hand-assembled edition of 55 copies

Los Angeles poet LUIS CUAUHTEMOC BERRIOZABAL, the quiet shaman of contemporary poetry, is a man who speaks clearly and precisely and beautifully on the page, a man whose work radiates beauty and wisdom, but who has no need to raise his voice or to indulge in cheap shock effects and theatrics.

He works in a few distinct styles, but one of his dominant styles is the lyric meditation on the natural world and on people’s place in that world, often in the persona of the poet with all senses open—-listening to the wind; sensing his oneness with the birds, the insects; calming his inner self to remove the clutter, the noise… Yet remaining an urban man, a physical resident of Los Angeles with his soul in the desert. His close study of Naruda, Cavafy, Hikmet, and other great international poets has led him to find new and interesting techniques and possibilities within the lyric poem form, and DIGGING A GRAVE is a fine new collection in that vein, 12  poems composed especially for KSE, sequenced and formatted to take you into the visionary, spiritually charged poetic world of a contemporary master, LUIS CUAUHTEMOC BERRIOZABAL. This is Luis’s 7th poetry chapbook for KSE…we certainly hope it will not be his last. He is the kind of artist that KSE was created to champion. And one does not need to be a “poetry person” to appreciate what he does on the page. Like Neruda or Frost or Hughes or Wakoski, ANYONE can enjoy and be moved by Luis’s work. Indeed, I’ve probably distributed his work more here in San Antonio than I have the work of any other KSE poet, including myself who lives here.  Don’t miss this beautifully crafted, detail-rich collection…that will take you away and then deposit you back exactly where you are, but with new insight and new sensitivity, and a new way of seeing, of hearing. 

$5  postpaid anywhere. paypal to django5722(at)yahoo(dot)com

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other recent poetry releases available:

#173, BILL SHUTE, “Butterfly Mind.”

#168, DOUG DRAIME, “For A Dream Ended.”

#167, BILL SHUTE, “Down Bridge Street.”

#166, A.J.  KAUFMANN, “Amazon, The Fame of God.” (cinema poetry series, volume 4)

#164, JONO TOSCH, “Probably”

#160, JOHN SWEET, “This Moment, Reflected in Ice”

#169, BILL SHUTE, “Seawall” (sound library series, Volume 57).

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recent music cdr’s available:

#179,  (3-inch CDR), ANDREAS BRANDAL, “Minus”

#178,  (3-inch CDR), RAMBUTAN, “Age of None”

#176 (3-inch CDR), OPHIBRE, “St. Asphalt (Patron Saint of Army Ants).”

all poetry books and 3″ cdr’s $5 each via paypal, postpaid anywhere

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Here are Luis’s 6 previous KSE poetry chapbooks, all out of print:

KSE #59, Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal, “Without Peace.”

KSE #82, Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal, “Keepers of Silence.”

KSE #100, Ronald Baatz & Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal, “Next Exit: Seven.”

KSE #103, Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal, “Garden of Rocks.”

KSE #122, Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal. “Still Human.”

KSE #141, Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal & Cynthia Etheridge, “Overcome.”

 

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