DWANG issue 3!
Includes a Fred Voss signed special section. New poems, a critical essay by Alan Dent (editor of The Penniless Press) and a brand new,  exclusive interview with Mr. Voss by Jules Smith, author of Art, Survival and So Forth: The Poetry of Charles Bukowski (Wrecking Ball Press, 2000).
Also: Will Self, Ntozake Shange, Billy Childish, R.Crumb, Charles Plymell, Hosho McCreesh,    Joseph Ridgwell, Douglas Blazek, Jenni Fagan, Salena Godden, &c.

Limited to 74 numbered/signed and 26 lettered/signed copies available for sale.  Lettered copies sold out. Some numbered copies still available.

Dwang: issue two

Previously unpublished poetry, prose, graphics. Published May 2010. Thirty contributors, including new poetry from Fred Voss, Billy Childish, Douglas Blazek, Gerald Locklin, Salena Godden, K.V. Skene, Arthur Winfield Knight, Jenni Fagan, Geoff Hattersley, Mike Daily, Jon Stone, M.J. Duggan, Adrian Manning, David Barker, Joseph Ridgwell, Adelle Stripe, Rob Plath, Steve Ely, Brian McGettrick, Ben Myers, Chris McCabe, Trevor Reeves, Neal Brown,  K.M. Dersley, A.D. Winans, Charles Plymell, Jim Burns.
Prose: James Kelman–new story not included in his recently published shorts collection.
Another exclusive:     Richard Long–double spread full bleed b&w photo and accompanying textwork.
Special section:     Kelsie T. Harder’s lost cartoon gem For Whom the Balloon Tows. Last seen in a very limited edition back in 1969. After many, many months, Tangerine Press finally tracked down Mr. Harder, who gave his permission to reprint this forgotten classic of the US small press. Some of you may be familiar with his work in the mighty double issue of Jon and Lou Webb’s The Outsider 4/5. The Webb’s were big fans of Mr. Harder’s work and rightly so. Originally drawn when the artist was a world-weary 19 year old, For Whom… is by turns funny, sad, disturbing, desperate, human.
General information: 209 pages. Large format,  approx. 7″/175mm wide x 250mm/10″ tall. Handbound at the Tangerine  Press workshop, using acid-free papers and boards, conservation glue, hemp  cord; distinctive Tangerine logo stamped onto the front cover in black ink;  3-colour title page. There are 74 numbered and 26 lettered copies available for  sale. Body text set in Baskerville Old Face—three other classic fonts are used  throughout the journal. ISBN 978-0-9553402-6-0
All 100 copies have been  signed by the artist Kelsie T. Harder.
74  numbered/signed copies: Fully bound  in Colorado Loire Green cloth covered boards; 3-page stepped’ 160gsm Canson Mi-Tientes front  endpapers—the page colours being Poppy Red, Havana Brown and Deep Dark Blue;  160gsm Canson Mi-Tientes  Poppy Red back endpapers; 85gsm Off-White Fabriano Bio Prima archival quality  acid-free text paper. ONLY A FEW COPIES LEFT.
26 lettered/signed copies:   Quarter bound in Japanese  Moriki Kozo Forest Green (letters A-M) and Lime Green (letters N-Z) paper  covered boards, with Colorado Loire Green cloth spine; 3-page ‘stepped’ 160gsm  Canson Mi-Tientes front endpapers—the page colours being Poppy Red, Havana  Brown and Deep Dark Blue; 160gsm Canson Mi-Tientes Poppy Red back endpapers; 100gsm Heritage Book White  archival quality, Fourdrinier made, acid-free text paper.
Both editions:   Kelsie T. Harder’s For  Whom the Balloon Tows story-length cartoon has been printed on  118gsm White Mohawk Superfine paper and is signed by him on the special section  title page. Images on facing page only.
Richard Long’s full bleed  b&w photo and textwork is also printed on 118gsm White Mohawk  Superfine paper.

“KNOCKOUT! I am in with some brilliant poetry.” –Richard Long.