Subscribe to Kenning Editions and receive all of our paperback books in the 2021-2022 season, including Festivals of Patience: The Verse Poems of Arthur Rimbaud, translated by Brian Kim Stefans and Hieroglyphs of the Inverted World by Rob Halpern. May Day brought an anthology of the Worker Writers School’s Coronavirus Haiku, edited and introduced by Mark Nowak. Fall brings the North American debut by the accomplished Venezuelan poet Adalber Salas Hernández–The Science of Departures–translated by Robin Myers. Winter will bring a new book of poetry by David Larsen along with a facsimile edition of Larsen’s 2003 chapbook Syrup Hits. Also in the works are new books by Holly Melgard and Connie Scozzaro. A little further down the line is a selected poems of Elvira Hernández, translated by Alec Schumacher—whose translation of The Chilean Flag was long listed for ALTA’s National Poetry Award for 2020. In the works are two volumes of plays by Jay Wright, and a third volume of essays on Wright’s plays, edited by performance philosopher Will Daddario and co-published with Every House Has a Door. We are also working on forthcoming books by Charlie Markbreiter and Nathalie Quintane (translated by Marty Hiatt). As a subscriber, you will be the first to learn as additional projects come into view, as well as being the first to receive them in the mail!
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