BOOKS

Wolfman Books is a small press dedicated to experimental non-fiction, poetry, and artist books by local Bay Area writers and artists.

THE LATEST!

The Bigness of Things Various Authors $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

Various Authors

$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.

 
Black Aesthetic Season One Various Authors $12.00 Essays/Poetry/Criticism/Black Studies Essays and responses to Black independent film by local artists, writers and filmmakers. The first book based on The Black Aesthetic Film Series. 

Black Aesthetic Season One

Various Authors

$12.00

Essays/Poetry/Criticism/Black Studies

Essays and responses to Black independent film by local artists, writers and filmmakers. The first book based on The Black Aesthetic Film Series. 

Maximum Sunlight Meagan Day w/ Hannah Klein $18.00 Non-fiction A searching journalistic portrait of tiny Tonopah, Nevada w/ full page color photographic spreads

Maximum Sunlight

Meagan Day w/ Hannah Klein

$18.00

Non-fiction

A searching journalistic portrait of tiny Tonopah, Nevada w/ full page color photographic spreads

A Circuit Of Yields Jacob Kahn w/ Jack Metcalf $12.00 Poetry Incantatory vignettes, lurid advice columns and remonstrative dirges for giants, with strange guidebook-style illustrations

A Circuit Of Yields

Jacob Kahn w/ Jack Metcalf

$12.00

Poetry

Incantatory vignettes, lurid advice columns and remonstrative dirges for giants, with strange guidebook-style illustrations

 

FORTHCOMING BOOKS

Anti Lab
Sarah Burke and Holly Meadows-Smith

Relations: An Atmospheric Anthology
Black Salt Collective

Wolfman New Life Quarterly Magazine
Edited by Tara Marsden, Jacob Kahn, Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo, and Justin Carder