Kendra Steiner Editions

KSE Bibliography/Discography (updated 1 Jan 2017)

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A work in progress, compiled by David Fern (Bristol, England) and Bill Shute (San Antonio, Texas).  Last updated  1 Jan 2017. Comments on each chapbook/CDR will be added gradually. KSE has been a labor of love on the part of everyone involved, and this bibliography documents the fruits of that love. And we’re still at it, releasing new chapbooks and CDR’s every month. We’ll add those as they are released. Send any questions or additions or corrections to us here at the KSE blog.

NOTE:  RELEASE NUMBERS DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT ORDER OF RELEASE OR ORDER OF COMPOSITION, except in the larger picture. For instance, #5 was surely written and released before #18, but #11 might not have been.

KSE #370 (CDR), KSE 11th ANNIVERSARY ALBUM, compilation of 10 artists, to be released in February 2017….all artists are in place for this, and they will be announced around Thanksgiving (late November)….7 of the 10 artists on this year’s comp WERE NOT on last year’s comp!

KSE #368 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Find A Place To Die”

KSE #367 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Left-Handed Cherubs”

KSE #366 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Approaching The Apparent”

KSE #365 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Satori in Southern Oklahoma”

KSE #364 (poetry chapbook), LUIS CUAUHTEMOC BERRIOZABAL, “Make The Light Mine” July 2016

KSE #363 (CDR), ALFRED 23 HARTH’s BERLIN ENSEMBLES, November 30, 2016

KSE #362 (CDR), FOSSILS AND BILL SHUTE, “Florida Nocturne Revisited” late Fall 2016

KSE #361 (CDR), MATT KREFTING new album Fall 2016

KSE #360 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Scrapple” Nov-Dec 2016

KSE #359 (CDR) TOM CREAN & MATT ROBIDOUX, “blank space”  Sept-Oct 2016

KSE #358 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Satori in Opelousas” October 2016

KSE #357 (CDR), LISA CAMERON & DANIEL HIPOLITO (Smokey Emery) new album Fall 2016

KSE #356 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Reconditioning” September 2016

KSE #355 (CDR), MORE EAZE new album Fall 2016

KSE #354 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Revelation in Slow Motion” July-August 2016

KSE #353 (CDR), FOSSILS new album Fall 2016

KSE #352 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Bridge on the Bayou” June-July 2016

KSE #351 (CDR) MASSIMO MAGEE, “Music In 3 Spaces” June 2016

KSE #350 (CDR) ANTHONY GUERRA / BILL SHUTE, “Subtraction” KSE reissue of album originally released in 2011 on Black Petal Records, Australia , June 2016

KSE #349 (CDR), private release not for sale (JRI Vol. 2)

KSE #348 (CDR), private release not for sale (JRI Vol. 1)

KSE #347 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Monumental Movements: Cassette Poems Three” June 2016

KSE #346 (CDR), private release not for sale (IPTBI Vol. 2)

KSE #345 (CDR), private release not for sale (IPTBI Vol. 1)

KSE #344 (CDR), private release not for sale (IA-C)

KSE #343 (CDR), private release not for sale (ON)

KSE #342 (CDR), private release not for sale (YTJD)

KSE #341 (CDR), private release not for sale (GM-YBYL)

KSE #340 (CDR), private release not for sale, INNER MYSTIQUE RADIO #25

KSE #339 (CDR), private release not for sale (PH)

KSE #338 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Gulf Coast Trilogy: Down And Out In Gulfport and Biloxi; Thirty Seconds Over Pensacola; Panama City Blues” …professionally printed and bound 24-page collection containing all three multi-part poems, cover painting by Alfred 23 Harth

KSE #337 (CDR), private release not for sale, vintage public domain recordings (GGQ) provided free with KSE #335

KSE #336 (CDR), ALFRED 23 HARTH, “Kepler 452b Edition”, June-July 2016

KSE #335 (CDR), REVEREND RAYMOND BRANCH, “The Rainbow Gospel Hour…On The Air!” June 2016

KSE #334 (CDR), BRIAN RURYK, “Actual Size…degress again”, mid April 2016

KSE #333 (CDR), ERNESTO DIAZ-INFANTE, “Tunnels,” April 2016

KSE #332 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Panama City Blues: Gulf Coast Trilogy, Three” (PRIVATE RELEASE IN TRADITIONAL KSE FORMAT)

KSE #331 (CDR), KSE 10th ANNIVERSARY ALBUM….10 different artists…expected late January 2016

KSE #330 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Thirty Seconds Over Pensacola: Gulf Coast Trilogy, Two” (PRIVATE RELEASE IN TRADITIONAL KSE FORMAT)

KSE #329 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Good to Do, Good to Have Done”

KSE #328 (CDR) UNDERCARRIAGE: LISA CAMERON & NATHAN BOWLES, December 2015

KSE #327 (CDR) BELLTONE SUICIDE (Mike Barrett), “Wave Table Erotica”, December 2015

KSE #326 (CDR) MORE EAZE, “Abandoning Finitude,” December 2015

KSE #325 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Trickle-Down City Limits”

KSE #324 (CDR) FOSSILS, “Modern Architecture,” cover art by Wyatt Doyle,  November 2015

KSE #323 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Ten – Ten”

KSE #322 (CDR), WEREWHEELS (Sir Plastic Crimewave and Dawn Aquarius),  “Live, Raw and Psycho in Japan”, November 2015

KSE #321 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Crack-up 2016”

KSE #320 (CDR), MIKE BARRETT & TOM CREAN, “CASUAL LUDDITES”, October 2015

KSE #319 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Sculpture Garden in the Snow” Creel Pone Sound Study #11

KSE #318 (CDR), ALFRED 23 HARTH & JOHN BELL, “CAMELLIA”

KSE #317 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Inventing One’s Own Land”

KSE #316 (CDR), MASSIMO MAGEE & DAVID W. STOCKARD, “INTERROGATORIES”

KSE #315 (artwork), REACHING BACKWARD, edition of 10 copies

KSE #314 (CDR), BELLTONE SUICIDE, “Non-Conformist Sessions” REISSUE of KSE #262, of which there were only THREE copies in circulation before the master became corrupted….the owner of one of those three copies loaned it back to us, and voila, we’ve gotten this classic back into print….edition of 50 copies, so grab one now! Mike Barrett will also be selling this at his shows, for those in Western Massachusetts….some changes to the packaging, so if you’ve got 262, hold onto it….it’s a super-rarity!

KSE #313 (poetry and photography chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Flags No Longer at Half-Mast: Cassette Poems Two”

KSE #312 (CDR) FOSSILS, “With Brian Ruryk”, a joint release with Middle James Co., MJC #441….note: early copies of this are mistakenly labelled KSE #294, which of course was FOR BRIAN RURYK…48 copy edition….KSE distributed 24 copies, Middle James the other 24….

KSE #311 (poetry and photography chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Liars In A Strange Rainy World: Cassette Poems One”

KSE #310 (CDR) MORE EAZE (Marcus M. Rubio), “Accidental Prizes” late July 2015

KSE #309 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Down And Out in Gulfport and Biloxi: Gulf Coast Trilogy, One” (PRIVATE RELEASE IN TRADITIONAL KSE FORMAT)

KSE #308, (CDR) JEN HILL, “The Shape of It,” July 2015

KSE #307, (CDR) STEVE FLATO, “Exhaust System”, late March 2015

KSE #306 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Manipulating Ambiguity,” Summer 2015

KSE #305, (CDR) RAMBUTAN, “Remember Me Now,” July 2015

KSE #304 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Good to Do, Good to Have Done”, Spring-Summer 2015…NOTE: this was actually never released, just circulated among friends and sole at a reading….so it’s being reissued as #329…if you have one numbered #304, it must be one of a dozen or so original copies….

KSE #303 (CDR), FADENSONNEN, “PD7” spring-summer 2015

KSE #302 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Satori in Lake Charles,” Spring-Summer 2015, cover art by Justin Jackley

KSE #301 (poetry chapbook), JIM D. DEUCHARS, “Ohio Connecting Railroad Bridge”, April-May 2015

KSE #300 (CDR), FOSSILS & BILL SHUTE, “The Florida Nocturne Poems, ” cover art by MP Landis

KSE #299, Ernesto Diaz-Infante and Lisa Cameron, “Sol Et Terra”

KSE #298, Alfred 23 Harth and Carl Stone: Gift Fig, “Stellenbosch,” live in South Africa, Sept. 2014…released May 2015

KSE #297 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Lines and Fines, sound library series, volume 77”, cover art by Justin Jackley, Spring 2015

KSE #296 (CDR) THE GARMENT DISTRICT featuring Jennifer Baron, “Luminous Toxin”…June 2015, first of our Summer 2015 batch of releases…

KSE #295 (poetry-and-photography chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Caged Heat”

KSE #294 (CDR), FOSSILS, “For Brian Ruryk”…Spring 2015…a joint release with Middle James Co.

KSE #293 (CDR), MORE EAZE (Marcus M. Rubio), “stylistic deautomatization”

KSE #292 (CDR), DEREK ROGERS, “Depth/Detail of Processing” released March 2015

KSE #291 (CDR), MARCUS M. RUBIO, “Cities Sinking Down”

KSE #290 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Jaywalkers: ducal poems, three,” released Fall 2014

KSE #289 (CDR), A. J. KAUFMANN, ‘Stoned Gypsy Wanderer,” cover art by Justin Jackley…

KSE #288 (spoken-word poetry CDR), BILL SHUTE, “Worried Men and Wooden Soldiers: Bill Shute Reads Selected 2013-2014 Poems,” produced by Marcus Rubio, released August-September 2014.

KSE #287 (poetry-and-photography chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “The Fellowship of the Frog,” released July-August 2014

KSE #286 (CDR) FOSSILS, “The Cardigan Hour”–released November 2014…a joint release with Middle James Co.

KSE #285 (CDR), SMOKEY EMERY (aka Daniel Hipolito), “Live At The Hideout Theatre,” released October 2014

KSE #284 (CDR), BRENT FARISS, “Folk Song For 27 Oboes,” released late Sept./early October 2014

KSE #283 (CDR), SMOKEY EMERY (aka Daniel Hipolito), “Incident at Town Lake”….reissue of 3” mini CDR  from 2011

KSE #282 (poetry-and-photography chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Hot Combination,” released June 2014

KSE #281/MJC  #439 (CDR), FOSSILS, “Wooly Bully” released July 2014…a joint release with Middle James Co.

KSE #280 (art-and-poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Guide Dogs and Bartenders on the Gulf Coast” released May 2014

KSE #279 (CDR), ERNESTO DIAZ-INFANTE, “Wistful Entrance, Wistful Exit,” to be released July/August 2014

KSE #278 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Life Goes To A Party” (sound library series, volume 76), issued October 2014

KSE #277 (CDR), URKAS, “Stamen and Pistil” (URKAS is the duo of Parashi and Xanthocephalus), to be released July/August 2014

 KSE #276 (art-and-poetry chapbook), DAVID PAYNE / BILL SHUTE, “Blues With A Bridge” released June 2014

KSE #275 (CDR), ALFRED 23 HARTH, “China Collection,” released July 2014…live recordings from Shanghai/Hong Kong/Macao and related studio works like a new Peking Opera remix… all from the years 2011 – 2013

KSE #274 (CDR), MASSIMO MAGEE/TIM GREEN/MAX FOWLER-ROY, “Relentless Communion,” released May 2014

KSE #273 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Someplace on Anywhere Road” (sound library series, volume 75),  released March 2014

KSE #272 (poetry chapbook) POLYMORPHOUS URBAN: POEMS FOR LOU REED, featuring new Reed-inspired poetry from LUIS CUAUHTEMOC BERRIOZABAL, JIM D. DEUCHARS, MICHAEL LAYNE HEATH, A. J. KAUFMANN, and MATT KREFTING. Art by David Payne. Expected March 2014.

KSE #271 (CDR), FOSSILS/BILL SHUTE, “Diesel Fallout Dixie Stampede,” to be released late Feb/early March 2014

KSE #270 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Dance In Progress Down By The River: ducal poems, two” to be released early 2014

KSE #269 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “That Eccentric Rag” (sound library series, volume 74) , November 2013

KSE #268 (CDR), CATHAL RODGERS (Wereju), “Instrumental Conditioning”, released April 2014

KSE #267 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Circle of Fourths: ducal poems, one”

KSE #266 (CDR), MATT KREFTING, “Recitals”…coming June 2014

KSE #265 (art-and-poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “The Language of Construction”, released July 2013

KSE #264 (CDR), EGG, EGGS, “Off Yellow Soft Pillow” (to be released, February 2014)

KSE #263 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “WORRIED MEN AND WOODEN SOLDIERS:  POSTSCRIPTS TO GUERNICA, BOOK ONE,” to be released AugustSeptember 2013

KSE #262 (CDR), BELLTONESUICIDE, ” NON-CONFORMIST SESSIONS” (this is an extended reissue of the 3″ mini-cdr KSE #185, with the full contents of the recording sessions)–note: the master on this has become corrupted, so until further notice, this has been deleted

KSE #261 (art-and-poetry chapbook), DANIEL HIPOLITO & BILL SHUTE, “Meditations on a One-Way Trail,” to be issued June-July 2013

KSE #260 (CDR), TOM CREAN, “wired Love”, August 2013

KSE #259 (poetry chapbook), MATT KREFTING, “The Princess of Knight Avenue,” to be issued June-July 2013

KSE #258 (poetry chapbook), GRAHAM LAMBKIN, “Slimmers Verb,” to be issued June-July 2013.

KSE #257 (CDR),  Alfred 23 Harth, “Micro-Saxo-Phone, Edition  IV.” Issued June-July 2013.

KSE #256 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Led Along,” issued March 2013

KSE #255 (cdr) ERNESTO DIAZ-INFANTE/LISA CAMERON/LEE DOCKERY, Live At the KSE 6th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT, issued May 2013

KSE #254 (cdr), DJIN AQUARIAN/SIR PLASTIC CRIMEWAVE & THE EVERAFTER, Live in San Francisco 10/2011, issued March 2013

KSE #253 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Dream Static,” issued January 2013

KSE #252 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Throwaway B-side,”  issued March 2013

KSE #251 (cdr), FORBES GRAHAM, “Return: The Journey,” issued February 2013

KSE #250 (poetry chapbook), DOUG DRAIME, “Dusk With Carol,” issued March-April 2013

KSE #249 (poetry chapbook), A.J. KAUFMANN, “Hosannah Honeypots (Sound Library Series, Volume 72)”, expected April 2013

KSE #248 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Jupiter In The Rearview Mirror: Florida Nocturne Poems, Book Four,” expected October 2012

KSE #247 (CDR), MARCUS RUBIO & BILL SHUTE, “Only The Imprint Of An Echo Remains” (poetry and electronic music album, recorded in San Antonio, TX)

KSE #246 (CDR) private release, not for sale (Inner Mystique Radio #32, Christmas 1989 show)

KSE #245 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Peach Cobbler In The Poker Room: Florida Nocturne Poems, Book Three,” expected September 2012

KSE #244 (poetry chapbook), MICHAEL LAYNE HEATH, “Unbroadcast Reruns,” cover art by Carl Smith, expected Christmas 2012.

KSE #243 (CDR), VENISON WHIRLED (aka Lisa Cameron, CDR), “The Many Moods of Venison Whirled”,  March 2013.

KSE #242 (CDR), private release, not for sale (Bill Shute, WMUA-FM interview w/ Mike Barrett, May 2011)

KSE #241 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Mondo Daytona: Florida Nocturne Poems, Book Two”, July 2012

KSE #240 (CDR), SPRILLS OF ORE, “Time Mirrors”, July-August 2013

KSE #239 (CDR), FOSSILS, “Bells and Gulls,” September-October 2012

KSE #238 (CDR), DANIEL HIPOLITO/EVA KELLY/BILL SHUTE, “Fascination” (poetry and electronic music, recorded live at KSE 6th Anniversary Concert, 4/29/2012)

KSE #237 (CDR),  MICHAEL BARRETT & MIKE GRIFFIN, “Birtual Seme-Alabak”,   Fall 2012

KSE #236 (poetry chapbook), JIM D. DEUCHARS, new work inspired by Thelonious Monk, Volume 71 in the Sound Library Series, Summer 2012.

KSE #235 (CDR), BOOK OF SHADOWS, “Chimaera,” issued December 2012

KSE #234 (poetry chapbook), BILL  SHUTE, “Shades of Night Descending: Florida Nocturne  Poems, Book One,” issued July 2012

KSE #233 (CDR), ALFRED 23 HARTH / CARL STONE / SAMM BENNETT / KAZUHISA UCHIHASHI, “The Expats, “ issued January 2013

KSE #232 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Tonalist Fury” (Sound Library Series, Volume 70), April 2012

KSE #231 (CDR), PARASHI, “Zone of Alienation” (full-sized CDR reissue of KSE #186, which was a 3″ mini-cdr, this reissue is limited to 37 copies), issued June 2012

KSE #230 (CDR),  PRIVATE  RELEASE, not for sale!

KSE #229 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Three From The Earth” (Sound Library Series, Volume 69)

KSE #228 (CDR), UNMOOR, “Night Driver,” issued July 2012

KSE #227 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Water’s Edge” (Sound Library Series, Volume 68)

KSE #226 (CDR), DEREK ROGERS, “Born Into Systems,” issued August 2012

KSE #225 (CDR), XANTHOCEPHALUS, “3 W B” REISSUE (full-sized CDR reissue of KSE #204, which was a 3″ mini-cdr, this reissue is limited to 35 copies), issued April 2012

KSE #224 (CDR), MASSIMO MAGEE & TIM GREEN, “Direct To Tape” REISSUE (full-sized CDR reissue of KSE #191, which was a 3″ mini-cdr, this reissue is limited to 30 numbered copies)

KSE #223 (CDR), ALISTAIR CROSBIE, “A Campfire In The Snow,” issued June 2012

KSE #222 (CDR), MASSIMO MAGEE, “Sopranino Solo,” cover art by M P Landis, issued June 2012.

KSE #221 (CDR), DEREK ROGERS, “circum_navigate” REISSUE (full-sized CDR reissue of KSE #170, which was a 3″ mini-cdr, this reissue is limited to 30 numbered copies)

KSE #220  (CDR), MATT KREFTING, “Sweet Days of Discipline, “ issued July 2012.

KSE #219 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Is It Off–Is It On” (Sound Library Series, Volume 65), small edition prepared as a giveaway to regular KSE customers in early February 2012…this appeared in different from on the “Junk Sculpture from the New Gilded Age” spoken-word cdr

KSE #218 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Florentine Dictations” (Sound Library Series, Volume 64), small edition prepared for 1/31/12 Austin reading at Ruta Maya, some extras available for sale via KSE…this appeared in different form on the “Junk Sculpture from the New Gilded Age” spoken-word cdr

KSE #217 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Fascination” (Sound Library Series, Volume 67) , issued March-April 2012.

KSE #216 (poetry chapbook), JOHN SWEET, “Brave Retreat”, issued July 2012.

KSE #215 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Outfake”  (Sound Library Series, Volume 66), issued January 2012

KSE #214 (CDR), SABRINA SIEGEL,”Bottlecaps,” issued January 2012

KSE # 213 (CDR), BILL SHUTE, “Junk Sculpture For The New Gilded Age,” issued December 2011 (in distribution since August 2011), spoken-word poetry album featuring new works from 2010-2011, including many not yet published (for instance, volumes 61-65 of the Sound Library Series), the focus is on pieces read during my East Coast appearances in May 2011…

KSE #212 (poetry chapbook), ADRIAN MANNING, “These Hands of Mine,” issued January 2012

KSE #211 (CDR)–private release, not for sale

KSE #210 (CDR), HEATHER LEIGH, “Empire,” cover art by Bob Bruno,  issued 29 February 2012

KSE #209 (CDR)—private release, not for sale

KSE #208 (CDR), ANTHONY GUERRA & BILL SHUTE, “subtraction” (limited USA re-press of CD originally issued on Black Petal Records, Australia)

KSE #207 (CDR), ALFRED HARTH & CARL STONE, “Gift Fig,” issued 15 January 2012

KSE #206  (CDR), ERNESTO DIAZ-INFANTE, “Emilio, “  issued November 2011.

KSE #205, (3-inch cdr), ST 37, “K B D P,” issued October 2011.

KSE #204, (3-inch cdr), XANTHOCEPHALUS, “3 W B,” issued August 2011.

KSE #203, (3-inch cdr), R. LEE DOCKERY, “Live at the Salvage Vanguard Theater,” issued September 2011.

KSE #202, (3-inch cdr), BOOK OF SHADOWS, “Poppets and Strings,” issued August 2011.

KSE #201, (CDR), ANDREAS BRANDAL, “Disturbing The Dust.” issued June 2011.

KSE #201 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Digression: Lines for Lennie Tristano.”  Sound Library Series, Volume 63.

KSE #200 (3-inch cdr), ALFRED 23 HARTH/SOOJUNG KAE/CHANG U CHOI, “Red Canopy,” issued May 2011.

KSE #199 (CDR), BRENT FARRIS, “Four Environments…Collapsing,” issued July 2011.

KSE #198 (3-inch cdr), MATAMOROS (Derek Rogers & Lee Dockery), “Five-Toned Rows,” issued June-July 2011.

KSE #197, A.J. KAUFMANN, “Love Lions of Paris,” issued October 2011.

KSE #196 (3-inch CDR), SMOKEY EMERY, “Incident at Town Lake,” issued September 2011.

KSE #196 (poetry chapbook), BILL SHUTE, “Raga: That Which Colors The Mind.”  Sound Library Series, Volume 62.

KSE #195, REPRINT OF KSE #35, BRAD KOHLER/BILL SHUTE, “Exacta Box.” 

KSE #194 (3-inch cdr), VENISON WHIRLED (Lisa Cameron), “XIBALBA”, issued April 2011.

KSE #193, Michael Casey, “The Wall Board Knife,” issued October 2011.

KSE #192, Michael Casey, “Diction Is A Detriment,” to be issued in 2012, we hope!

KSE #191 (3-inch CDR), Massimo Magee & Tim Green, “Direct To Tape”, issued May-June 2011.

KSE #190,  LAST-MINUTE CANCELLATION–NUMBER WILL NOT BE USED…

KSE #189, (CDR) Nick Hennies, “Objects.” Issued March 2011.

KSE #188, (3-inch CDR), Derek Rogers/Bill Shute, “Four Texas Streams”. Issued February 2011. poetry & music, 2 tracks, approx. 16 min.

KSE #187, Bill Shute, “Surrounded By The Moment.” Sound Library Series, Volume 60. Issued late March 2011.

KSE #186, (3-inch CDR), Parashi, “Zone of Alienation.”  Issued March 2011.

KSE #185, (3-inch CDR), Belltonesuicide, “non-conformist.” Issued March 2011.

KSE #184, Michael Layne Heath, “Jazzbo Wind,”  issued March 2011.

KSE #183 (3-inch CDR), Kuschty Rye Ergot, “Senescence.” Issued January 2011.

KSE #182 (3-inch CDR), Sean Gadoury, “Arc Light.” Issued January 2011.

KSE #181, John Sweet, “Continuum.” Issued January 2011 ;

KSE #180, Bill Shute, “Autumn.” Sound Library Series, Volume 59. Issued January 2011 ;

KSE #179 (3-inch CDR), Andreas Brandal, “Minus.” Issued  September 2010 ;

KSE #178 (3-inch CDR), Rambutan, “Age of None.” Issued September 2010 ;

KSE #177 (business-card CDR), Bill Shute, “Silhouettes.” Spoken word, the author reading KSE #3, recorded in Austin, TX. Issued late July 2010. Running time 4:40. DELETED SOON AFTER RELEASE–this track was then included on KSE #171.

KSE #176 (3-inch CDR), Ophibre, “St. Asphalt (Patron Saint of Army Ants).” Issued late July 2010.

KSE #175 (CDR),  Alfred 23 Harth, “Micro-Saxo-Phone, Edition  III.” Issued December 2010.

KSE #174,  Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal, “Digging a Grave.” Issued December 2010.

KSE #173,  Bill Shute, “Butterfly Mind.” Sound Library Series, Volume 58. Issued December 2010.

KSE #172 (CDR), Sir Plastic Crimewave, “String/Soul/Eye.” Issued September 2010.

KSE #171 (CDR), Bill Shute, “San Antonio Sky Songs.” Issued September 2010. 40+ minute spoken-word poetry CDR of material from 2006-2009.

KSE #170 (3-inch CDR). Derek Rogers, “Circum_Navigate.” Issued July-August 2010.

KSE #169, Bill Shute, “Seawall.” Sound Library Series, Volume 57. Issued July 2010.

KSE #168, Doug Draime, “For A Dream Ended.” Issued late July/early August 2010.

KSE #167, Bill Shute, “Down Bridge Street.” Sound Library Series, Volume 56. Issued August 2010.

KSE #166, A.J. Kaufmann, “Amazon, The Fame of God.” Cinema Poetry Series, Volume 4. Issued late June/early July 2010.

KSE #165, Bill Shute, “Oneness and the Sun.” Sound Library Series, Volume 55. Issued late May 2010.

KSE #164, Jono Tosch, “Probably.” Issued late May 2010.

KSE #163, Bill Shute, “Deep Focus.” Sound Library Series, Volume 54. Issued April 2010.

KSE #162, Michael Ceraolo, “Cleveland Scores Early.” Issued April 2010.

KSE #161, Bill Shute, “Lament For The Living: Chet Baker’s Final Session.” Sound Library Series, Volume 53. Issued  March 2010.

KSE #160, John Sweet, “This Moment, Reflected In Ice.” Issued March 2010.

KSE #159, A.J. Kaufmann & Bill Shute, “78 Horizons.” Sound Library Series, Volume 52. Issued 15 January 2010. (note: this is a joint publication, like the Next Exit volumes, but NOT a Kaufmann-Shute “collaboration”. )

KSE #158, Zachary C. Bush, “Is This Deformed?” Issued 15 February 2010.

KSE #157, Bill Shute, “Emergency.” Sound Library Series, Volume 51. Issued 1 January 2010. This chapbook is a free 2010 New Year’s gift to supporters/friends/customers of KSE

KSE #156, Bill Shute, “The Mosquitoes of La Marque.” Sound Library Series, Volume 50. Issued 10 February 2010.

KSE #155,  Jim D. Deuchars,  “Monongahela Abstract Construct.” Issued 13 January 2010.

KSE #154,  A.J. Kaufmann, “Vagabond Vacancy.” Issued 5 January 2010.

KSE #153, Bill Shute, “The Twenty-Fifth Life of Alcyone.” Sound Library Series, Volume 49. Issued 5 December 2009 .

KSE #152,  K.M. Dersley, “Many Septembers.” Issued 25 December 2009.

KSE #151,  A.J. Kaufmann & Bill Shute, “Twombly’s Siracusa.” Issued 1 December 2009.

KSE #150,  Michael Layne Heath, “Loons of a Dogman.”Sound Library Series, Volume 48. Issued 25 November 2009.

KSE #149,  A. J. Kaufmann, “Via Alighieri.” Cinema Poetry Series, Volume 3. Issued 15 November 2009.

KSE #148,  Misti Rainwater-Lites, “Vegas the Hard Way.” Issued 10 November 2009.

KSE #147Bill Shute, “Nobody Knows, Nobody Sees.” Cinema Poetry Series, Volume 2.  Issued 15  October 2009.

KSE #146,  MK Chavez & Mira Horvich, “Pinnacle.”  Issued 10 October 2009.

KSE #145,  A. J. Kaufmann & Bill Shute, “Blues for Duffy Power.” Issued 20 September 2009.

KSE #144,  Zachary C. Bush, “Spin.” Issued mid-August 2009.

KSE #143, A. J. Kaufmann, “Symbolisme Psychédélique.” Sound Library Series, Volume 47. In memory of Sky Sunlight Saxon, issued simultaneously with KSE #142 in early August 2009.

KSE #142, Bill Shute, “Plink, Plonk & Scratch.” Sound Library Series, Volume 46. In memory of Sky Sunlight Saxon, issued simultaneously with KSE #143 in early August 2009.

KSE #141, Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal & Cynthia Etheridge, “Overcome.” Issued mid-July 2009.

KSE #140, Bill Shute, “Subtraction.” Issued early July 2009.

KSE #139, A. J. Kaufmann, “Antiquewhite Rain.” Sound Library Series, Volume 45. Issued early July 2009.

KSE #138, Bill Shute, “The Stumble.” Sound Library Series, Volume 44. Issued June 2009.

KSE #137, Aleathia Drehmer, “Circles.” Issued June 2009.

KSE #136, Bill Shute, “More.” Sound Library Series, Volume 43. Issued  May 2009.

KSE #135,  Bill Shute, “Stereo Action.” Sound Library Series, Volume 42. Issued late April 2009.

KSE #134,  Ronald Baatz, “Headlights From The Otherside Of The World.” Issued May 2009.

 KSE #133, Bill Shute, “This Day Without.” Sound Library Series, Volume 41. Issued  early April 2009.

KSE #132, Doug Draime, “Knox County.” Photographs by Lena Ozuna. Issued April 2009.

KSE #131, Bill Shute, “Acres.” Sound Library Series, Volume 40. Issued March 2009.

KSE #130, Misti Rainwater-Lites, “Odd Years.” Issued March 2009.

KSE #129, Mira Horvich & Bill Shute, “Suspension.”

KSE #128, Bill Shute, “Hours Past Sunset.” Sound Library Series, Volume 39.

KSE #127, Brad Kohler, “Dog Nights, Dog Days.” Issued March 2009.

KSE #126, Michael Layne Heath, “Grey Rage (Dyed)”. Issued February 2009.

KSE #125, Bill Shute, “Marking Time.”

KSE #124, Michael Jacobson & Bill Shute, “A Gift of Stars.”  Issued December 2008.

KSE #123, Bill Shute, “We’ll All Get By.” Sound Library Series, Volume 38.

KSE #122, Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal. “Still Human.” Issued late December 2008.

KSE #121, Bill Shute, “Leaf Blowers.” Sound Library Series, Volume 37.

KSE #120, Jack Henry. “Empty Houses.” Issued January 2009.

KSE #119, A. J. Kaufmann, “Satori in Berlin (X-Berg Songs).” Issued December 2008.

KSE #118, Bill Shute, “Venetian Sage.” Issued January 2009.

KSE #117, Zachary C. Bush & Bill Shute, “Shanti.” Creel Pone Sound Study #10.

KSE #116, Misti Rainwater-Lites, “Next Exit: Ten.” Issued November 2008.

KSE #115, various artists, “KSE Last Poems.” Issued November 2008.

KSE #114, Jim D. Deuchars, “Allegheny Rising.”

KSE #113, A. J. Kaufmann & Bill Shute, “Beyond the Blue Rocks: Meditations on the Tibetan Book of the Dead.”

KSE #112, MK Chavez & John Sweet, “Next Exit: Nine.”

KSE #111, A. J. Kaufmann, “Poznan City Gospel.”

KSE #110, Christopher Cunningham, “In Gambler’s Blood.” Sound Library Series, Volume 36. Each copy came with a different original watercolor by Mr. Cunningham.

KSE #109, Stuart Crutchfield & Bill Shute, “Electronic Myth.” Creel Pone Sound Study #9.

KSE #108, Debbie Kirk, “Broken.”

KSE #107, Doug Draime, “Bones.”

KSE #106, A. J. Kaufmann, “East-West Train.” Sound Library Series, Volume 36.

KSE #105, Ronald Baatz & Bill Shute, “The Companionship of the Plum”

KSE #104, Richard Wink, “All Along The Wensum.”

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

KSE #102, A. J. Kaufmann, “Siva In Rags.”

KSE #101, Bill Shute, “Face to Face.” Sound Library Series, Volume 34.

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

KSE #99, Aleathia Drehmer, “Thickets of Mayapple.”

KSE #98, Adrian Manning, “Wide Asleep, Fast Awake.” Sound Library Series, Volume 33.

KSE #97, Stuart Crutchfield, “Ozzified.”

KSE #96, Jim D. Deuchars, “Pieces of Eight.”

KSE #95, Bill Shute, “Quartet: Improvisations on the Mandukya Upanishad.”

KSE #94, Doug Draime, “Love and Blues in Oregon.”

KSE #93, Bill Shute, “Transparency.” Sound Library Series, Volume 32.

KSE #92, Bill Shute, “Shore Access.” Sound Library Series, Volume 31.

KSE #91, Bill Shute, “Afterglow.” Sound Library Series, Volume 30.

KSE #90, MK Chavez, “Visitation.”

KSE #89, Hosho McCreesh & Caleb Puckett, “Next Exit: Eight.”

KSE #88, Bill Shute, “Luna Americana.” Creel Pone Sound Study #8.

KSE #87, Doug Draime, “Last May (1968).”

KSE #86, Bill Shute, “Slash & Burn.” Sound Library Series, Volume 28.

KSE #85, Hosho McCreesh, “37 Psalms from the Badlands.”

KSE #84, Bill Shute, “Pulses of Time.” Creel Pone Sound Study #7.

KSE #83, Glenn W. Cooper, “Rimbaud in the City.”

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

KSE #81,  Bill Shute, “Still.” Sound Library Series, Volume 29.

KSE #80, KM Dersley & Adrian Manning, “Next Exit: Six.”

KSE #79, Bill Shute, “44 Harmonies.” Sound Library Series, Volume 27.

KSE #78, Michael Layne Heath, “Sacred Grounds.”

KSE #77, Bill Shute, “Red Diptych (for Antoni Tapies).”

KSE #76, Zachary C. Bush & Bill Shute, “Intervals.” Creel Pone Sound Study #6.

KSE #75, K. M. Dersley, “Blue Velour.”

KSE #74, Bill Shute, “Don’t Look Back.” Sound Library Series, Volume 26.

KSE #73, (NUMBER NOT USED–#73 was accidentally used on some copies of Bridge To Nowhere, which is actually #70)

KSE #72, Bill Shute, “Texture and Accident.”

KSE #71, Bill Shute, “Objectless (For Kazimir Malevich).”

KSE #70, Bill Shute, “Bridge To Nowhere.” Sound Library Series, Volume 25.

KSE #69, Christopher Cunningham, “Next Exit: Five.”

KSE #68, Misti Rainwater-Lites, “Lullabies for Jackson.”

KSE #67, Bill Shute, “Norwich Unveiled.”

KSE #66, Zachary C. Bush & Brad Kohler, “Next Exit: Four.”

KSE #65, Bill Shute, “Aligned Into Memory.” The following description was posted at the KSE blog on September 8, 2007 regarding this book: What is KSE #65, you may ask if you’ve been keeping track? Well, that is a small-run and small-sized (half our regular size–it’s 4″ by 2.75″) piece of mine called ALIGNED INTO MEMORY. Recently I’ve been studying  pre-WWII avant-garde graphic arts (especially the work of H.N. Werkman), and I was also very much inspired by the visual art-and-text combinations I saw when visiting the Rhode Island School of Design in August. What I did with this piece was to take an old poem of mine called “Aligned Into Memory” from an early chapbook that had limited distribution (most copies distributed in Canada, never distributed by Volcanic Tongue), do some editing to it, and work it into a visual field, spreading the poem over five small pages. I’ve sent a few of these to poet and artist friends, and the rest will be sent to Volcanic Tongue as a free gift to anyone who buys any Kendra Steiner Editions chapbook from VT.  Stuart and I have integrated visuals into the text of some of our books—-TELESMA CHARGING, FANTASMATA 2007, UPSIDE-DOWN, and PYTHAGORON TWO—-and I expect we will continue to experiment in that area.  Author’s note, April 2009: I never did send any copies of this to Volcanic Tongue. About 10 copies were sent to friends and regular customers. I don’t even have one, so this would probably be the rarest KSE item, along with the pre-KSE version of Four Texas Streams, of which only a dozen exist.

KSE #64, Doug Draime & Misti Rainwater-Lites, “Next Exit: Three.”

KSE #63, Stuart Crutchfield & Bill Shute, “Telesma Charging.” Sound Library Series, Volume 24.

KSE #62, Bill Shute, “Larkspur Variations.”

KSE #61, Stuart Crutchfield, “Pith.”

KSE #60, Bill Shute, “In Perspective.” Chosen as one of the “best reads of 2007” in Arthur Magazine!

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

KSE #58, K. M. Dersley, “Retrospective Forecasts.”

KSE #57, Mark Weber, “Four Poems From New York City.”

KSE #56, Thomas Michael McDade & Bill Shute, “Next Exit: Two.”

KSE #55, Doug Draime & Bill Shute, “Next Exit: One.”

KSE #54, Michael Casey, “The Bopper.”

KSE #53, Michael Ceraolo, “More Euclid Creek.”

KSE #52, Doug Draime, “Eyestone.”

KSE #51, Bill Shute, “Cactus Barrier.” Cinema Poetry Series, Volume 2. NOT PUBLISHED.

KSE #50, Thomas Michael McDade, “Thrill and Swill.”

KSE #49, Bill Shute, “Rocket Attack USA.” Cinema Poetry Series, Volume 1.

KSE #48, Bill Shute, “San Antonio Good Friday.” Creel Pone Sound Study #5.

KSE #47, Bill Shute, “Upside Down.” Creel Pone Sound Study #4.

KSE #46, Bill Shute, “Fantasmata 2007.” Creel Pone Sound Study #3.

KSE #45, Brad Kohler, “Energy Fools the Magician.” Sound Library Series, Volume 23.

KSE #44, David Keenan & Bill Shute, “Within Hod, Within.” NOT PUBLISHED.

KSE #43, Bill Shute, Symphonie Rouge. Creel Pone Sound Study #2.

KSE #42, Bill Shute, Fire of the Actual.

KSE #41, Stuart Crutchfield, “The Circus Crows Have Landed.”

KSE #40, Stuart Crutchfield & Bill Shute, “Pythagoron Two.” Creel Pone Sound Study #1.

KSE #39, Bill Shute, “Atonement.” Sound Library Series, Volume 22.

KSE #38, Bill Shute, “Yantra.”

KSE #37, Byron Coley & David Keenan & Bill Shute, “Voluntary Quicksand (In Memory of Richard Brautigan).”

KSE #36, Bill Shute, “Come on, React!” Sound Library Series, Volume 21.

KSE #35, Brad Kohler & Bill Shute, “Exacta Box.”

KSE #34, Stuart Crutchfield, “Shack Simple.”

KSE #33, David Keenan, “High All The Time.” Sound Library Series, Volume 20.

KSE #32, David Keenan, “Just Another High.” Sound Library Series, Volume 19.

KSE #31, Bill Shute, “Illusion of Motion.”

KSE #30, Stuart Crutchfield, “March.” Sound Library Series, Volume 18.

KSE #29, Stuart Crutchfield & Bill Shute, “Stream (Salmon and Blood).”

KSE #28, Bill Shute, “Stop and You Will Become Aware.” Issued October 2006.

KSE #27, David Keenan & Bill Shute, “More Ragas.” An unofficial “sequel” to David Meltzer’s 1959 book “Ragas.”

KSE #26, Bill Shute, “The Lost Tribe: Surviving in the Bush Jungle.”

KSE #25, Bill Shute, “Search.” Sound Library Series, Volume 14.

KSE #24, Stuart Crutchfield & Bill Shute, “Window on the Sea.”

KSE #23, Bill Shute, “Dream Scene.” Sound Library Series, Volume 10.

KSE #22, Bill Shute, “Trip Wire.” Sound Library Series, Volume 7.

KSE #21, Bill Shute, “Don’t Let Me Stand In Your Way!”  This was a horizontal format book.

KSE #20, Bill Shute, “C0lors in Rhythm.” Sound Library Series, Volume 12.

KSE #19, Bill Shute, “Groove.” Sound Library Series, Volume 15.

KSE #18, Bill Shute, “Sliced Tomatoes.” Sound Library Series, Volume 11.

KSE #17, Bill Shute, “Twist.”

KSE #16, Bill Shute, “Chill.” Sound Library Series, Volume 13.

KSE #15, Bill Shute, “Ground.” Sound Library Series, Volume 17.

KSE #14, Bill Shute, “Maya.”

KSE #13, Bill Shute, “Envy.” Sound Library Series, Volume 9.

KSE #12,  Bill Shute, “Sonnets for Bill Doggett.” Six blank-verse Petrarchan sonnets inspired by time spent in Massachusetts and New Jersey, written in Massachusetts in 2006.

KSE #11, Bill Shute, “Spirit.” Sound Library Series, Volume 6. These poems were inspired by the poetry of Frank Samperi. This sequence was adapted for vocal-piano by composer Paul Marbach, and his setting of the poems, also titled “Spirit”,  was recorded (featuring Kendra Shute, alto vocalist) and posted on the internet and distributed on CDR. The recording has been downloaded over 500 times!

KSE #10, Bill Shute, “Balance.” Sound Library Series, Volume 8. This suite of poems was going to be published in its entirety in THE COLONIAL #2. Unfortunately, that fine art-literary-culture mag never made it to a second issue!

KSE #9, Bill Shute, “Extension.” This was never distributed by Volcanic Tongue, only locally.

KSE #8, Bill Shute, “So Long: A Journal.”

KSE #7, Bill Shute, “Happening.” Sound Library Series, Volume 5. This was never distributed by Volcanic Tongue, only locally.

KSE #6, Bill Shute, “Blue Bottle.” Sound Library Series, Volume 4.

KSE #5, Bill Shute, “Red Butterfly.” Sound Library Series, Volume 3.

KSE #4, Bill Shute. “Prototype.” Sound Library Series, Volume 2. Released April 2006.

KSE #3, Bill Shute, “Silhouettes.” Sound Library Series, Volume 1. Issued April 2006. First printing of 39 numbered copies, sold primarily via Volcanic Tongue. Other printings exist, done 10 or 15 at a time to distribute/sell at readings and book fair appearances in support of TWELVE GATES TO THE CITY. Estimated number of copies in circulation is 75.

KSE #2. Bill Shute, “Starlight 1927 Remix.” Issued April 17, 2006. One  printing of 33 copies, all numbered and autographed. Available primarily through Volcanic Tongue. David Tibet found it to be “remarkably beautiful, poignant, and kind in heart and spirit.” Horizontal format, approximately 11″ wide by 6 1/2″ high. All copies w/ lemon yellow covers. After the warm reception given to “Four Texas Streams,” and the acceptance of the Kendra Steiner Editions concept, I felt that I could finally produce a work that was exactly what I wanted it to be, direct from my mind onto the page, in open-field composition, with NO commercial considerations whatsoever. That’s what Jandek, my mentor, did with Corwood Industries, his record label, and that’s what I wanted to do with KSE. And I did with “Starlight 1927 Remix.”  To some extent, this work grew out of my interest in the Burroughs/Gysin book THE THIRD MIND, the idea that meaning can be extracted from found texts through cut-ups and various aleatory procedures. Also, however, I used the model of audio sampling, where the music is created from found elements, but structured and layered by the hand of the artist. All WORDS in the seven poems are taken from the understandably obscure 1927 book by C. W. Leadbeater, STARLIGHT: SEVEN ADDRESSES GIVEN FOR LOVE OF THE STAR, perhaps the last gasp in Leadbeater’s campaign to represent J. Krishnamurti as a kind of new messiah. It’s a curious book full of hollow rhetoric, but as I read it I felt that SOMETHING VERY WORTHWHILE was bubbling under the surface but was held back by the empty-but-loud writing. So I broke the work, as one would crack an egg, and I took that egg and prepared it and made, I hope, something unexpected and delicious. Remember, I did not use a cut-up technique, I composed a new work, but restricted my vocabulary to words used in Leadbeater’s text. This chapbook has never been reprinted, and because of its large size it does not fit in my usual KSE mailing envelopes, so only the longest-term KSE readers probably have one. Issuing this chap was a liberating event for me—-now it was clear that I could produce EXACTLY what I wanted to and that there was a small but appreciative audience for even the most seemingly outre work. With that established, I could then pursue my work with the comfort of knowing that I could bypass the stupid egomanical gatekeepers of the “alternative” poetry world and get the work directly to the readers and to my poet peers. So I got to work, KSE became an ongoing concern, and I began to think about other poets I could throw into the mix. That would come later in 2006…

KSE #1. Bill Shute, “Four Texas Streams.” Issued March 2006. First printing of 12 copies on 8×11 heavy-stock blue paper, distributed to friends locally. No mention of KSE on first printing. Some textual differences from KSE version. Second printing, first with KSE designation, of approximately 75 copies. This printing began the standard 8″ vertical x  5 1/2″ horizontal KSE format used in almost all future chapbooks. Third printing followed with another approximately 75 copies. Other un-numbered printings do exist. Total number of copies distributed probably between 220-250. “Four Texas Streams” also appears as an appendix at the end of my book POINT LOMA PURPLE (Palm Springs: Word Mechanics, 2007). Earlier printings can be spotted by the use of thinner paper (20 or 24 lb.) for both text and for cover. “Four Texas Streams” was picked up for distribution by Volcanic Tongue in Glasgow, Scotland for distribution and began our relationship with VT, which continued for about 2 years.

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