New and Forthcoming Titles by Wings Press
Bluebonnets, Firewheels, and Brown-Eyed Susans, or, Poems New and Used From the Bandera Rag and Bone Shop — (David Lee)
ISBN: 9781609405205 || || Published 2017
David Lee — the original "organic intellectual — focuses his latest collection on the women of mid-20th century rural Texas: frontier survivors and the daughters of frontier survivors, indomitable women with tastes that run from Baptist preaching to bourbon-and-branchwater. No element of hypocrisy escapes the poet's lethal attention.
ISBN: 978-1-60940-544-1 || || Published 2017
This collection of essays explores the life of the author, from her Depression-era childhood in Tennessee to her adolescence as a small town cheerleader to life as a world-traveling author, from the child of a hard scrabble farmer to that of a semi-retired rancher.
ISBN: 978-1-60940-501-4 || 9781609405014 || Published 2016
Poems by over 80 poets who remember the tumultuous decade of the 1960s from a wide range of vantage points. Far Out examines the link between generational revolt and poetic expression, and the visionary tradition of nonconformist literature.
ISBN: 978-0-930324-98-8 || 9780930324988 || Published 2016
Fractals includes a wide swath of Sudeep Sen's poetry, from 1980 to the present, as well as a representative collection of his translations into English of other poets writing in Bengali, Hindu, Urdu and other languages.
The Heart's Many Doors: American Poets Respond to Metka Krašovec's Images Responding to Emily Dickinson — (Richard Jackson and Metka Krašovec)
ISBN: 978-1-60940-536-6 || 9781609405366 || Published 2017
Poems by 41 American poets in response to drawings created by Metka Krašovec, who was inspired by Emily Dickinson.
HOLY LITERARY LICENSE: The Almighty Chooses Fallible Mortals to Write, Edit, and Translate GodStory — (Robert Flynn)
ISBN: 978-1-60940-465-9 || || Published 2016
Novelist Robert Flynn writes a spiritual autobiography unlike any other. With a deep sense of the irony of his project, he sets out to explain how the Bible came to be, delving into misconceptions, errors in translation, biases, as well as the editorial failings of the Bible's many authors — and yet, he arrives at a place of ultimate faith.
ISBN: 978-1-60940-524-3 || || Published 2017
Coming January 18, 2017 — the first-ever all-Latin@ anthology of science fiction and fantasy!
ISBN: 978-1-60940-505-2 || || Published 2016
Another fascinating, cross-cultural, ekphrastic treasure of lyrical poetry and strikingly beautiful paintings by Steven and Reefka Schneider. Schneider's paintings and drawings, done in pastel, watercolor, and charcoal, were inspired over the course of several years by her close association with both student and professional mariachi musicians.
ISBN: 0000000000000 || || Published 2016
"Mahogany Blues" is a poem by Bryce Milligan. This broadside, approximately 10.5 by 15 inches, was printed by letterpress on handmade paper at the School by the River Press, Southwest School of Art.
ISBN: 978-1-60940-532-8 || || Published 2017
Castelnuovo's The Moncalvos was originally published in 1908 in Italian. This is the first English translation of this famous novelist's most controversial title, focused on the Jewish community of fin de siècle Italy.
ISBN: 978-1-60940-540-3 || || Published 2017
Randall's poetry and prose recount a life of resistance, the life of a literary and political revolutionary. If ever there were a time for the words of Margaret Randall, it is now. Read this book. Howl this book!
ISBN: 978-1-60940-517-5 || 9781609405175 || Published 2016
On a dark and stormy night in 1816, an 18-year-old unwed mother sat down and invented science fiction. To be precise, on June 16, 1816, Mary Shelley began to write Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus, a novel that would never go out of print. Outcasts takes readers behind the scenes, to reveal the surprisingly contemporary thoughts and feelings of Mary and Percy Shelley, their friend Lord Byron, and the other guests at the "most famous literary party in history."
ISBN: 978-1-60940-552-6 || || Published 2017
Carefully crafted, highly observational, environmentally sensitive poems that push the pause button on our current chaos.
ISBN: 978-1-60940-509-0 || || Published 2016
She Becomes Time continues Margaret Randall's legacy of poetry that combines the intimate with the global, with the world we touch and see, showing — always in surprising ways — how these impact and intersect each other. Certainly a book for our time!
ISBN: 978-0-9970353-0-8 || || Published 2016
Milligan's eighth collection of poetry is a book about journeys and the intricate memory map of human consciousness. "An extraordinary collection." —Huffington Post. Recipient of the Notable Writers Book Award. Published by West End Press, September 2016.
ISBN: 978-0-930324-92-6 || || Published 2016
A "writer's writer" lets readers peer over her shoulder as she talks about writing, revealing the process that allows her to stumble, crawl and run.
ISBN: 978-1-60940-548-9 || || Published 2017
LaVilla-Havelin's poems skip and leap across the page in a sophisticated and subtly humorous dance, celebrating country life as only an urban poet can.