Crywolf Books is not an imprint, but an outlet on the Web for work by certain exciting and alternative new writers.
With the increasingly commercial outlook of publishers, the High Street bookshop has ceased to be the place to go for adventure.
Through the Internet, the people finally control their own voice.
The most innovative and extraordinary writing today can be found in its stranger corners, in electronic or physical form, with or without the intermediary of a publishing company large or small.
Crywolf is a non-profit organisation set up to distribute novels, poems and stories of high quality and extreme or innovative tendencies.
We believe that this is the true stream of literature in the present day, driven underground, almost but not quite blocked off from the eyes of the people who most want to see it - yourselves, the readers.
Right now we are still looking for writers for this site. If you think your work comes into the above category, and have a finished book (published or unpublished), we invite you to submit a short sample.
tusitala of white lies, poetry
How To Occupy Our Selves, poetry and photography
Nights with Giordano Bruno, novel
Percutio, literary magazine
David Howard and Fiona Pardington
K. M. Ross
The 2005 edition of Falling Through the Architect, K. M. Ross, has now sold out from the publishers. To the best of our knowledge, you can only get it here!
David Howard's new collection The Incomplete Poems, a superb compendium of his work for all lovers of poetry, is now available from Cold Hub Press.