Subscribers to the 2013 paperback series will receive the entire year's catalog of Wave publications—that's 10 titles for only $95.
In the spring, we will send new collections by Caroline Knox, Dara Wier, and Geoffrey Nutter, as well as a translation of Mario Santiago Papasquiaro’s long poem, Advice from 1 Disciple of Marx to 1 Heidegger Fanatic, comparable in energy and tone to Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl.” (Papasquiaro is better known as the character Ulises Lima from Roberto Bolaño’s The Savage Detectives). The series also includes a compilation of writings relating to Lorine Niedecker’s poem, “Lake Superior”—essays, letters, poems, and journals from different writers and historical figures—an energetic body of diverse voices.
In the fall, subscribers can look forward to four new collections: People on Sunday by Geoffrey G. O’Brien, Trances of the Blast by NBCC finalist Mary Ruefle, The Inside of an Apple by Joshua Beckman, and Soul in Space by Noelle Kocot. Our last title of 2013 will be Poems (1962-1997), including a generous selection of previously unpublished and out-of-print poetry by Robert Lax, compiled by the poet John Beer. Also, subscribers will receive two new bibliographic pamphlets: Jargon Society Publisher’s Notes, which contains a selection of press descriptions included in books published by (or about) The Jargon Society, written by Jonathan Williams, and A Personal Bibliography on Bolinas, California, a reflection on poets and publishers in Bolinas during the 1960s and 1970s by Dale Smith.
Subscription volumes ship free in the U.S. (bulk rate) two times a year as the books are released.