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Prefatory Remarks for Tarnac, A Preparatory Act Composed by Jean-Marie Gleize, for Warscapes March 31, 2014: At Warscapes, Jean-Marie Gleize on his new book of poetry in English, published in January by Kenning Editions: Tarnac, a preparatory act is the most recent volume in my cycle of works published in France by Editions du Seuil’s series Fiction et Cie, created in 1974 by the poet Denis Roche. The six books of the cycle (a seventh titled Le [...] by

Small Press Questions for Kenning Editions’s Patrick Durgin August 27, 2013: On rob mclennan's blog this week: a great interview with Kenning Editions' Patrick Durgin. Durgin, as you may know, is a poet, editor, professor, and Hannah Weiner expert, having brought us the indispensable Open House as well as The Early and Clairvoyant Journals of Hannah Weiner. mclennan and Durgin talk about Kenning's editorial process, [...] by

Poets’ Theater open to interpretation December 2, 2010: TimeOut Chicago's John Beer talks to Kenning Editions publisher Patrick Durgin about The Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater, 1945–1985 released in January and edited by Kevin Killian and David Brazil. Beer points to the early days of theater, in which the idea of "poets' theater" may have seemed redundant. The modern theater, however, [...] by

Indie Publishing: Two Questions, Many More Answers November 6, 2009: Many thanks to Brent E. Beltrán and Consuelo Manríquez de Beltrán of Calaca Press, Patrick Durgin of Kenning Editions, and Willie Perdomo of Cypher Books for their responses to my indie publishing questions. I know my current series of posts (#1 | #2) on indie publishing isn't garnering heaps of Harriet comments, which is fine, because I do [...] by