The Wolf 33 is now out and available at stockists. Click here to buy online
The Wolf 33 Artist in Residence is Bill Bulloch. For those wishing to enquire about
his artwork, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wolf 33 will be out Spring 2016. We are currently not accepting submissions for the new issue.
The Wolf is now available to buy as a digital PDF copy via Paypal. £3/$5 for the latest issue.
Marcela Ramirez-Aza is The Wolf 30 Artist in Residence. She is a painter from Bogotá, Columbia. Please have a look at more of her work via: www.ra-aza.com
The Wolf 31 is now out and available at stockists. Click here to buy
The Wolf 30 is now out and available at stockists. Click here to buy
The Wolf 29 is now out and available at stockists. Click here to buy
The Wolf 28 is now out and available at stockists. Click here to buy
The Wolf 27 is now out and available at stockists. Click here to buy
The Wolf: A Decade (2002-2012) is now available to buy with poems from Adonis to Patti Smith, from Anne Carson to Zeyar Lynn. This limited edition 150 page anthology includes seventy poets from over thirty countries and is available via a discount on The Wolf website (£8.99 incl. post and packaging).
Olga Stefatou is The Wolf 27 Artist in Residence. We have published a selection of 'Centrefold' images from her visits to Burma over the years. Please have a look through Olga’s website:
The Wolf: A Decade (Poems 2002-2012), edited by James Byrne, is now
available and ready to buy
online. £1.00 discount for purchases on The
This anthology celebrates some of the finest work published in the
magazine since its inception.
There are poems from Adonis to Anne Carson, Niall McDevitt to John Kinsella
to Patti Smith, all collected in this perfect bound, limited edition
160 page anthology. (Paperback only, while stocks last).
The Wolf Events at Poetry Parnassus
Southbank Centre, London, Both events are FREE!
Wednesday, 27 June 2012, 7:00pm
THE WOLF'S 10TH BIRTHDAY
A Decade of The Wolf Magazine
@ The White Room, Spirit Level
A celebration of 10 years of The Wolf magazine and the launch of The Wolf: A Decade anthology.
With readings from Alvin Pang, Valzhyna Mort, John Kinsella, Zeyar Lynn, Nikola Madzirov and Ilya Kaminsky. Hosted by James Byrne.
Saturday 30 June 2012
THE WOLF CELEBRATION READING
@ The Clore Ballroom
Celebrating a decade of The Wolf magazine with readings from
Khaled Mattawa, Rasha Omran, Sandeep Parmar and Ishion Hutchinson.
30 June 2012, 4:00pm
Both events hosted by James Byrne, Editor of The Wolf
These readings will see the launch of The Wolf: A Decade (Poems 2002-2012)
If you have been part of The Wolf’s history since 2002 and are interested in hearing some of the finest international poets writing today, please come and join us!
We are currently preparing an anthology featuring 10 years of The Wolf. It will be published later this year and will feature leading international poets published in the magazine since 2002, from Adonis to Zeyar Lynn. Watch this space!
Craig Ritchie is The Wolf 26 Artist in Residence. Among his many photo projects Craig has recently taken some exceptional portraits of leading Burmese poets. Please have a look through his website: http://craigritchie.co.uk
In the Summer of 2012 The Wolf will officially be 10 years old and we are currently looking at ways of celebrating a decade of the magazine, with events and perhaps an anthology. More soon.
Caroline Bergvall is our Artist in Residence for issue 25 of The Wolf. Her new collection of poems Meddle English is published by Nightboat Books. Please have a look at more of her work via: http://carolinebergvall.com/
The Wolf 25 is now out and available at stockists. Click here to buy.
The Wolf 24 is now out and available at stockists. This issue marks a new independent Wolf. We thank the Arts Council for their support over the last two years and look forward to attracting new readers. Click here to buy.
The Wolf has just launched in New York and returns to England
from June. We will have further events throughout the Summer.
Our 'Artist in Residence' for this issue is Bahram. For more details of his images
please go to: http://www.bahram.de
The Wolf 23 is now out and available at stockists. This issue marks a new independent Wolf. We thank the Arts Council for their support over the last two years and look forward to attracting new readers. Click here to buy.
The next issue of The Wolf (no. 23) will be launched in London in mid-June. From this point on The Wolf will be published in June / September and January to coincide with launches and international Wolf tours. Thank you for your support and patience.
The inaugural Wolf Poetry Competition is to be launched this year. It will be judged by the distinguished poet Charles Simic, a former American poet laureate. Full details imminent.
Due to the high demand of submissions recently, The Wolf has a backlog it is working through. If you haven’t heard about your submission in 9 months, please feel free to enquire »
It is recommended before submitting to read more beyond than the online version of The Wolf. Each issue is around 100 pages and more expansive than website excerpts. Our stockists are widely available »
Listen to new audio from recent Wolf launches. The Wolf’s poetry archive also now includes exclusive recordings of poems by Alfred Corn and Siddhartha Bose.
The Wolf magazine now divides its time between London and New York City.
Fresh from touring America's east coast and Canada
(see 'Wolf Poetry on Facebook for full details)
The Wolf 22 launches on the 30th November at the Poetry Studio,
Poetry Place, 22 Betterton Street, Covent Garden, London. 7.30pm start.
4 readers on the night, including Niall McDevitt and Jeffrey Wainwright.
FREE entry! Please arrive early. Limited seating.
The Wolf 21 is now out having launched in London. Submissions are being considered for issue 22, out in November.
From September 2009 The Wolf will be based in New York during the academic term. Launches will occur from both London and New York.
The Wolf tour has secured events in Boston, Connecticut, Toronto, Montreal and London. These events will happen between late October, until the launch of issue 22 in late November.
The Wolf is supporting a Burmese event on August 8th at the Free Word Centre,
in partnership with Index on Censorship, Amnesty International and English Pen
Free Word Centre
60 Farringdon Road, London
Free Event. For details email email@example.com
The Wolf 21 will feature an exclusive interview with Nobel Prize-winner, Derek Walcott, an introduction to Burmese poets in prison and exile, plus poems from Europe and beyond. Available to stockists and subscribers from August 7th. Click here to subscribe.
The Wolf launches issue 21 @
Wednesday, August 5th Free Event!
The Poetry Studio, 22 Betterton Street, Covent Garden.
8pm start. 4 poets reading on the night. Monday.
The Wolf magazine launches issue 20! @ The Poetry Studio, 22 Betterton Street, Covent Garden. 8pm start. 6 poets reading on the night. Monday. April 27th. Free event!
The Wolf now has a Facebook presence! Login to www.facebook.com and search for us under 'Wolf Poetry'. Come join us there and find out more about all the latest news and events.
New audio files from Wolf Tour events in 2007 and 2008 are now available to download. Please follow the link to our Audio page
The Wolf now only accepts email submissions of poetry and critical prose. Only in exceptional circumstances will printed submissions be considered. This is partly due to environmental concerns and the ease in which emailed submissions can be processed. If you have any queries please contact the editor on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wolf and Poetry Wales magazines celebrated the lives of Dylan Thomas and Sylvia Plath on February 11th with a memorable reading and a packed crowd. Here are some beautiful photos from the event, taken in the historic venue of The Wheatsheaf, Fitzrovia, London.
Editor of The Wolf, James Byrne is holding a 'Wolf Workshop' in the mountain village of Relleu, Spain for those seeking publication.
All Residential Courses 7 nights residential at £525 all inclusive (save travel to Alicante and insurance) private rooms, Spanish cuisine, access 3000 book library, wireless internet, transport to and from airport, swimming pool - non-participatory partners 10% discount. £125 deposit secures reservation. For further information email...
The Wolf 19 is now out having launched successfully to packed audiences in London and Falmouth, Cornwall
Issue 19 realises a new cover design that confirms The Wolf as the modern poetry magazine in the UK.
The Wolf remains affordable and as good value as any poetry magazine. Subscriptions will remain the same price in 2009 as they were throughout 2008.