Forthcoming

Bored Wolves books for 2022:

Spring


Katy Bentall, Greenwriting, drawings, watercolors, poems and prose poems, afterword by Louise Steinman

Linus Bonduelle and Pommelien Koolen, Bundle, poems by Linus, drawings by Pom

Maike Hemmers, Light grey blue folds me open like a book, “color body scan” drawings and descriptions

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Summer


Marco Antonini, Blue in Bosa, drawings

Selcan Peksan, Slippage, poems, translated from the Turkish by Anna Wood, drawings by Maja Daneková

Seçil Koman, The Endless Loop in My Mind, paintings, autobiographical text, translated from the Turkish by Anna Wood

Dylan Angell, Demanding the Room, poems, drawings and paintings by Mark He

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Autumn & Winter


John Porcellino and Stefan Lorenzutti, comix-poems, co-edition with Nieves and Spit and a Half

Helen Korpak, Hands & Feet of Friends & Family [working title], photocollages

Tomás Cisternas, Puddles, comix, translated from the Spanish by Michelle Alperin and Stefan Lorenzutti

Oscar CHAN Yik Long, Melted Stars, drawings, photocopy zine, now available for pre-order (ships October 7)

Alex Rossiter, Notes from a Polish Allotment, drawings, prose

Tara K. Shepersky and Lucy Bellwood, Tell the Turning second printing, poems by Tara, drawings by Lucy, now available for pre-order (ships September 30)

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Books
being shaped, 2023–

Anna Orłowska, archival photographs, textiles, flora, a stream in the countryside

Alicja Bielawska, drawings, poems

Karolina Bielawska, drawings

Dimitra Charamandas, On the Edge, translated from the German, prose poetry, paintings, drawings

Joanna Burdzel, Exorcisms (mruczy rozum spławiony), poems, in English and translated from the Polish

Cori Kresge, Combustion Suite, poems, drawings by Sanya Kantarovsky

Eleonora Marton

Efe Murad, An Organ of Quality, poems, translated from the Turkish by Murat Nemet-Nejat

Tara K. Shepersky, Serpentine, poems, drawings by Lucy Bellwood

Allie Rigby, Moonscape for a Child, poems

Rodrigo Hernández, drawings

Luluwa Lokhandwala, drawings

Misa Asanuma, drawings

Tanja Schwarz, drawings

Marta Bogdańska, Warm Ice Cream, photographs

Antonina Gugała, Things I Can’t Remember, drawings

Joey, Cartoon Graveyard, comix

Murat Cem Mengüç, three books: Natural History, Deep Time, Deep Memory, drawings and watercolors

Selcan Peksan, There Is a Cave, poems, translated from the Turkish by Anna Wood

Joe Fletcher, Jenny Haniver, novella, drawings by Tomás Cisternas

Felix Dahlström Persson, Thermos, recipes, drawings, unrelated-related photographs

Ürün Ünal, paintings

Daniela Molnar

Louise Steinman, prose, drawings

Gabriel N. Gee, Motionless Cities, prose, city walks

Nicolas Blandin, Between Dog and Wolf, photographs

Katy Bentall, Promenade Pearls, drawings, watercolors, poems and prose poems

Nhatt Nichols, A Diaspora of Morels, graphic novel

Mariadonata Villa, Fireflies [working title], poems

Stefan Lorenzutti, Great Known Haibundle (Great Known second edition), prose and poems, drawings by Matéo Palévody

Anita Sezgener, poems, translated from the Turkish

Nico Lund, multiple mediums

Stefan Lorenzutti and Cressida Lynch, Moon Tune, children’s picture book, words by Stefan, illustrations by Cressida

The Bored Wolves Inn #1, annual of literature and art (October 2023)

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A note on manuscripts: Bored Wolves is currently not accepting submissions. Which we regret! But as we are presently developing two dozen books, to be published through 2024, we simply cannot consider new projects for the foreseeable future.

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