The Art of Kim Kopp
by Rikki Ducornet
Published by Stone Eye Press
This Hour That Can Arrive by Rikki Ducornet is an essay written about the art of northwest Washington artist kim kopp. The essay introduces a catalogue of recent paintings in acrylic, oil, encaustic and other media on photographic prints.
kim kopp is a painter, photographer, sculptor and printmaker. A graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago, she is currently represented by SAM Gallery and Gallery IMA, both in Seattle, Washington.
Rikki Ducornet is a novelist, essayist, poet and painter. The author of Netsuke (Coffee House Press, 2011) and the forthcoming novel Brightfellow. She is the publisher of Stone Eye Press.
published April 2015
7inx9in / 24pp / $10
by Thomas Mowe
Michael Move In With Me by Thomas Mowe. This book of poems is a long address to a muse that supercedes the title’s domestic call, vacillating between the personal and impersonal revelations of the letter’s author. The tactic is both persuasion and prophecy, with enough obscured and enough illuminated to bind the reader to the words which spin the story.
Thomas Mowe writes poems, essays and letters in Portland, Oregon. His work appears in many journals including Big Big Wednesday, Conduit and With+Stand.
published September 2014
5.5inx4.25in / 29pp / $12
by Dato Barbakadze
Translations Series 1
Still Life With Snow and Other Poems, by Georgian poet Dato Barbakadze. This is the first appearance in the English language of a widely published international writer, translated from the Georgian by Seattle poet and writer, Lyn Coffin and assisted by Nato Alhazishvili. Introduction by American poet Sam Hamill.
This first release of the Translations series is funded through a grant from the Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia.
published July 2014
6.5inx4.625in / 74pp / $15
by Shanta Everingtonannual poetry chapbook 2012
UK poet and teacher, Shanta Everington’s Drowning in Cherryade conjures candy-colored scenes of youth mirrored in an examination of memories. Overwhelmed by first experiences, the poems are at once told with a resignedness to their outcomes, while maintaining a perspective of awkward fumbling for an anchor. This parallax affect helps complete the pictures presented here with a quick wit, a rooted voice and a few playful surprises.
Published March 2014
5.5in x4.25in / 15pp / $5
by Sid Millerannual poetry chapbook 2013
There are twenty-six words in Yiddish to describe
a paste of spreadable liver, but not one
for the catalog of places on your body
that I’m going to kiss while we’re floating.
None that translate to all things will pass,
they’ll never get more profound.
Published August 2013
5.5in x4.25in / 20pp / $5