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  Black Aesthetic Season II    Various contributors / Edited by  Zoé Samudzi   $12.00    Composed of personal essays, critical responses, interviews, and artistic ephemera in response to the second season of The Black Aesthetic Film Series, which showcased films made by contemporary independent Black filmmakers and attempts to define and demarcate boundaries around “Black” aesthetics.

Black Aesthetic Season II

Various contributors / Edited by Zoé Samudzi

$12.00

Composed of personal essays, critical responses, interviews, and artistic ephemera in response to the second season of The Black Aesthetic Film Series, which showcased films made by contemporary independent Black filmmakers and attempts to define and demarcate boundaries around “Black” aesthetics.

  Wolfman New Life Quarterly Issue 1    $12.00 each / or subscribe!    What we've been talking about!    Our very own quarterly magazine of conversations, profiles, reviews, features, poetry, fiction, art, and EVERYTHING ELSE.    Basically, the bookstore in a magazine. But more than that. WAY MORE.

Wolfman New Life Quarterly Issue 1

$12.00 each / or subscribe!

What we've been talking about!

Our very own quarterly magazine of conversations, profiles, reviews, features, poetry, fiction, art, and EVERYTHING ELSE.

Basically, the bookstore in a magazine. But more than that. WAY MORE.

  The Bigness of Things: New Narrative and Visual Culture    Various Authors / ed. Daniel Benjamin and Eric Sneathen    $20.00    Essays/Poetry/Art/Archival Materials/Queer Studies    Essays, photos, and arvhival materials surveying the intersection of New Narrative, San Francisco’s queer- and punk-infused writing avant-garde, and visual culture.

The Bigness of Things: New Narrative and Visual Culture

Various Authors / ed. Daniel Benjamin and Eric Sneathen

$20.00

Essays/Poetry/Art/Archival Materials/Queer Studies

Essays, photos, and arvhival materials surveying the intersection of New Narrative, San Francisco’s queer- and punk-infused writing avant-garde, and visual culture.

 
 

Wolfman Books is a bookstore, a small press, a residency program, event space and multi-use arts-hub in Oakland, CA. We carry all sorts of books and greeting cards and some posters and we’ve got lots of lovely discount books and used books and small press books and art books and zines and weird limited edition stuff/rad book ephemera and we host tons of events, and lots of people come into the store every day, sometimes just to say hi, and anything could happen at any minute at this rate.

E.M. Wolfman General Interest Small Bookstore is located downtown at 410 13th st, near Broadway. We are open 12-6PM Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and 12-9PM Thursday, Friday, Saturday.