Author: Gary Wockner
Format: Paperback, 160 pages, 94 color photos
Release Date: November 4th, 2016
Save The Poudre/Save The Colorado leader, Gary Wockner, has a new book out by Wolverine Farm! River Warrior: Fighting to Protect the World’s Rivers is a collection of Gary’s writing, photo essays, and activism over the last several years, and is filled with his impassioned voice about saving rivers in Nepal, Peru, Thailand, Spain, Belize, Mexico, Columbia, and Costa Rica, as well as the Colorado River and Cache la Poudre River in the United States.
About the Author:
Gary’s activism has generated well over a thousand news stories, and has been profiled in the New York Times, National Public Radio, Rachel Maddow, BBC, and Los Angeles Times. His writing has appeared in books, magazines, newspapers, and online news sites.
How to Publish Your Poems in Literary Journals, and If You Should: One Squirrel’s Perspective
Author: Meryl DePasquale
Format: Gray card stock cover, 16 pages, saddle-stitched.
Release Date: June 24, 2015
This illustrated zine provides advice for writers of poetry who are curious about the possibility of publishing their work. The advice is delivered in a playful format, as a dialogue between two squirrels. Practical strategies for the submission process are discussed, as well as alternatives beyond the traditional publishing model.
About the Author:
Meryl DePasquale is the author of the chapbook Dream of a Perfect Interface (Dancing Girl Press, 2013). Her poems have appeared in DIAGRAM, Handsome Journal, Interim Magazine, Konundrum Engine Literary Review, Paper Darts, Taurpaulin Sky Literary Journal, and The Offending Adam, among other places. In collaboration with her husband, tattoo artist and illustrator Shawn Hebrank, she makes letterpress broadsides, mail art, and artist books under the name Four-Letter Press. Meryl is a member of the Caldera Poetry Collective. She holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of Minnesota—Twin Cities. More information, including a portfolio of her letterpress work, is available at: meryldepasquale.com
Editor: Charles Malone
Assistant Editor: Mandy Rose
Format: Paperback,(.5 x 4.5 x 7.5 inches) 160 pages
Release Date: June 27, 2013
The Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park is an anthology of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry showcasing the beauty of our national park, and the writers who love it. Each piece in the anthology is named after a species in the park. 61 Colorado writers contributed to this collection.
History of The Poetic Inventory
In August of 2012, the National Park Service and National Geographic held a BioBlitz Festival at Rocky Mountain National Park. The festival promoted citizen science, advocated for stewardship of nature, encouraged artistic expression, discussed natural resource management issues, and engaged youth in questions of biodiversity.
In concert with these events we began A Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park. This is modeled after a project launched the previous year in conjunction with the BioBlitz Festival at Saguaro National Park by Eric Magrane, editor of Spiral Orb. Each poet or writer who participated wrote a piece that took as its title a species living in the park. How each writer engaged with that species in their work was their choice. We not only expected but hoped for the resulting work to take many diverse forms.
Logodaedaly or Sleight-of-Words
Written by Erzsebet Gilbert
Illustrated by Sherise Talbott
Format: Hardcover, 286 pages
Release Date: December 15, 2011
Within its pages, young author Erzsébet Gilbert has delved into the history of the English language to unearth a host of forgotten, quirky, obsolete and utterly bizarre words, and created a phrasebook like no other. It is a dictionary whose entries are not merely words, but the fantastical stories and wild musings behind them—a dictionary of two-headed serpents and royal assassins, warrior birds and people on the moon, specters and true love.
Tour de Fat Book
Wolverine Farm Publishing and New Belgium Brewing are proud to present a photographic journey of the first 11 years of the Tour de Fat.
Finally, a book you will be proud to put on your coffee table!