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Bored Wolves Summer/Autumn List 2021

With ten books slated for publication, 2021 is the year Bored Wolves becomes quantitatively less micro. Qualitatively, we will continue to immerse ourselves in each project with book-at-a-time concentration, dedication, and affection.

Overlaps between the individual projects will emerge from season to season. The list below is ten solo hikers about to meet at a lodge. Tap a cask!



Sevinç Çalhanoğlu, A Promenade at Home (now available), two extended poetic works, translated from the Turkish by Ayça Akarsu and Cansen Mavituna, interior artwork by Sevinç, cover painting by Ürün Ünal

Petter Dahlström Persson, Sweaty Leaves (now available), poems and ink drawings

Mikołaj Moskal, REMMUS (now available), gouache paintings with archival paper elements

Alina Asan and Anita Sezgener, She Threw the Rope & Pulled the Lake (Alina said, Anita drew) / İpi Atmış, Gölü Çekmiş (Alina söyledi Anita çizdi) (now available), words by Alina, ink drawings by Anita, bilingual English/Turkish edition

Efe Murad, The Pleasures of Empty Lots: Scenes of Istanbul 2015–2016 (now available), an autobiographical essay in chapbook form, cover painting by Can Aytekin

Ingo Giezendanner, Kitchen (GRR92) (now available), colored pencil drawings



Tara K. Shepersky and Lucy Bellwood, Tell the Turning, poems by Tara, ink-and-wash illustrations by Lucy, now available for pre-order (ships October 20)

Nhatt Nichols, This Party of the Soft Things, book-length poem, pencil drawings, Kickstarter in November

Johan Österholm, Antique Skies, archival glass-plate negatives, pages from antiquarian books, a lamppost with a vintage bulb

Stefan Lorenzutti, At Tremendous Dam: Some Poems 2014–2021, poems, cover painting by Olive Findlay


Ongoing, 2022–

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

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

Selcan Peksan, After Humans [working title], poems, translated from the Turkish by Anna Wood

Dylan Angell, Demanding the Room, poems, illustrations by Mark He

Joey, Cartoon Graveyard, comix

Ellen O’Grady, comix

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

Marta Bogdańska, Warm Ice Cream, photographs, archival material, textual element

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

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

Alex Rossiter, drawings, prose

Maike Hemmers, drawings, textual element

Ürün Ünal, paintings

Secil Koman, paintings

Tara K. Shepersky, secret poetry project

Katy Bentall, untitled Felixstowe project, drawings, watercolors, poems and prose poems

Antonina Gugała, Things I Can’t Remember, ink drawings

Karolina Bielawska, drawings

Asiya Wadud, poems

Rebekah Boudon, poems

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