Leaving behind our beloved Western horizon, Wolverine Farm turned a one-eighty for our latest offering, Matter Journal 15 East Coast.  Using a variety of stickers, letterpress equipment, and blood from paper cuts, we constructed this issue by hand to offer up interviews with luminaries like Bill McKibben, Severine Von Tscharner Fleming, a new interview with Emily Dickinson and Thoreau Scholar Jeffrey S. Cramer. Inside you’ll also find a gritty essay about the strip-search process at prisons, what it feels like to be an aging firefighter, and poems about stars, Ocracoke, unemployment, and unseeing bats.  All this for only $15, and you don’t even have to deal with the New Jersey Turnpike.

3 postcard poems
1 80-page book of interviews with Jeffrey S. Cramer, Emily Dickinson, Severine Von Tscharner Fleming, and Bill McKibben
1 160-page book of fiction, essays, and poetry

Published March 22, 2013


From the issue:

An Interview with Thoreau Scholar Jeffrey S. Cramer

Rising Up: Bill McKibben and the Climate Movement