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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we’re changing things up a bit…

Thank you to the entire Fort Collins community for your imagination, compassion, and support! Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Instagram and Facebook for the very latest updates.

Support Us
Support us monthly on Patreon and get cool stuff: a digital magazine, new prints, and more! Or consider a one-time, tax-deductible donation to keep the good work going.
Publick School
Open to kiddos K-5th grade, our art camp is full of hands-on art classes designed to engage and inspire, where learning is an adventure to be experienced.
Perelandra Books
Come see our new bookshelves and reimagined secondhand collection! Curated daily with a focus on literature for thinkers & makers. Donations warmly accepted during normal business hours.
Letterpress
Though currently closed to the public, we are still available for custom printing and are busy making new prints! Shop our online selection–new items are added every week!
The Imaginable
Our newest publication is a monthly digital magazine featuring matters literary, mythological, practical, and musical. Available to all tiers of our monthly memberships on Patreon.
Event Rentals
Per Larimer County guidelines and the health and safety of our community, we are taking events on a case by case basis. To book an event please email publickhouse@wolverinefarm.org.

100% OF PROFITS TO LITERATURE, ART, & CULTURE IN OUR COMMUNITY

Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House is a creative outpost and event space in Fort Collins’ River District. All profits go to Wolverine Farm Publishing, a local 501(c)3 non-profit publishing company. This funding helps generate our creative programming including literary and letterpress printing outreach, a variety of workshops from writing to wood-working, and periodic celebrations of things particularly suited to Fort Collins. In addition to our programming, we offer various options for public and private event rentals, and specialize in cultural and community-based collaborations with non-profits, businesses, and makers to help people lead more creative and engaged lives. We operate a letterpress print shop inside the space, sell books and wares from local makers, and offer sensibly-sourced food, coffee, tea, beer, and wine to our patrons. Your dollars make a difference.

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Free Songwriting Workshop with Riley Ann (online)

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