Booklist

2022–onwards
24. Puddles by Tomás Cisternas [forthcoming]
23. Melted Stars by Oscar CHAN Yik Long [forthcoming, now available for pre-order]
22. The Endless Loop in My Mind by Seçil Koman [forthcoming]
21. Slippage by Selcan Peksan, illustrations by Maja Daneková [forthcoming]
20. Demanding the Room by Dylan Angell, illustrations by Mark He [forthcoming]
19. Blue in Bosa by Marco Antonini
18. Light grey blue folds me open like a book by Maike Hemmers
17. Bundle by Linus Bonduelle and Pommelien Koolen
16. Greenwriting by Katy Bentall

2021
15. Antique Skies by Johan Österholm
14. This Party of the Soft Things by Nhatt Nichols
13. At Tremendous Dam: Some Poems 2014–2021 by Stefan Lorenzutti, cover painting by Olive Findlay
12. Tell the Turning by Tara K. Shepersky, illustrations by Lucy Bellwood
11. Kitchen (GRR92) by Ingo Giezendanner
10. REMMUS by Mikołaj Moskal
9. She Threw the Rope & Pulled the Lake (Alina said, Anita drew) / İpi Atmış, Gölü Çekmiş (Alina söyledi Anita çizdi) by Alina Asan and Anita Sezgener, bilingual English/Turkish edition
8. The Pleasures of Empty Lots: Scenes of Istanbul 2015–2016 by Efe Murad
7. A Promenade at Home by Sevinç Çalhanoğlu, cover painting by Ürün Ünal
6. Sweaty Leaves by Petter Dahlström Persson

2020
5. My Life in Curves Recently by Sevinç Çalhanoğlu

Up until this point, Bored Wolves was what Stefan called his poetry books; after this point, Bored Wolves pivots to publishing a range of poets and artists.
4B. Whiz (comic-poem print) by John Porcellino and Stefan Lorenzutti
4. The Dollmaker by Stefan Lorenzutti, cover drawing by Antonina Gugała

2019
3. Tyrannosaurus Rest by Stefan Lorenzutti, drawings by Anna Pipes, comic-poem by Joey Perr and Stefan Lorenzutti

2015
2. Great Known by Stefan Lorenzutti, cover drawing by Jeremy Schneider

2012
1. Cedar Toothpick: The Tomboy Dioramas by Stefan Lorenzutti, drawings by Laurent Le Deunff

2011
0. Cedar Toothpick by Stefan Lorenzutti, cover drawings by Michelle Lorenzutti

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Late 2010
In a tenement apartment in Kraków, on a chilly October morning, Stefan Lorenzutti, bored but inspired, announces he is going to do something in life called Bored Wolves, and boredom shall be forever banished.

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