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“…if dude-cum is a mirror of dudeliness and the excretive form of patriarchy, then universalized cum, human cum, would offer a different materialism, redefining the paranoia that underwrites masculinist skepticism as paranoia proper, thereby leaving supremacist arguments from physical difference moot. Patriarchy’s metaphysics of presence would lack a master signifier, and who can imagine what […]

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Sector 2337 In Association with Green Lantern Press and Kenning Editions Present: The Third Annual Festival of Poets Theater Curated by Devin King and Patrick Durgin December 8th – December 10th, 2017 This year the festival is separated into two main sections: 1) artists in response to the visionary work of the Ivory Coast writer […]

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Genève Chao’s review of Dolores Dorantes’ Style is up at Medium. The patterns of song in her cuáls and cons and ques provides certain pleasure, and Hofer’s English finds its own chant of which and with, exposing the weft of this network of girls, this army of girls calling out their erstwhile leaders, emerging from […]

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Kenning Editions challenges you to the 2017 cool points math-a-thon. You know that thing where you sum up a new acquaintance by scanning their bookshelves? How cool are they, really? Retweet/share this tweet/post, tagging those you know pass the cool test, thereby encouraging them to match your own pledge toward the annual fundraising efforts that […]

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You know that thing about tuition rising and academic labor practices boring holes in entire livelihoods? Where does the money go? To celebrate the end of not only earth’s but your own resources, Kenning Editions would like to salute students forced to acquire books like these, now on sale for $10.00 a piece. These are […]

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All poetry at kenningeditions.com is on sale from Mayday, for a week, and so is this adorable tote bag, with which to transport your summer reading from here to there.

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The Second Annual Festival of Poets Theater just ended here in Chicago, at Links Hall and Sector 2337. The four evenings of performances, reading room, and symposium were invigorating, informative, baffling, funny, incendiary, etcetera. To celebrate and in anticipation of another rendition in 2017, Kenning Editions is offering The Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater at […]

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Trisha Low has designed a tote bag for Kenning Editions, and it can be yours for a modest donation! The Ordinance series wraps in about a month, and just a few subscriptions remain available. These and other ways to support Kenning Editions: A 501c3 non-profit, independent literary publisher founded in 1998, Kenning Editions began as […]

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How does Poets Theater integrate the usually solitary research practice of the poet into the ecstatically open site of the theater? How does performance ‘do’ poetry, and how does it replicate poetry’s gestural openness? And what are the outer reaches of these theatrical gestures; how does Poets Theater fold into dance, painting, sculpture, music, and […]

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We are excited to share the news that the 8th and 9th books (of ten) in the Ordinance series are now available. Brandon Brown’s Double Rainbow and Janelle Rebel’s From Where: A Reverie on Digital Surrogates can be yours for $7.00 each or via subscription to the series for $35.00 (postage paid). Double Rainbow is an […]

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While we prepare to announce a pair of forthcoming titles–debut translations into English of important works of poetry from the Caribbean and South America, respectively–we are putting existing titles in and about translation on sale for the week of 9/27-10/4. Jean-Marie Gleize’s Tarnac, Dolores Dorantes’ Style, and Francis Ponge’s Partisan of Things are each only […]

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Francis Ponge’s 1942 classic of literary realism, Le parti pris des choses, has been newly translated from the French by Joshua Corey and Jean-Luc Garneau. And Kenning Editions is proud to announce its publication. Click through to details.  

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