This offering is a chapbook length poem like no other from A.D. Winans. Besides the controversial poem the chap contains street photographs from San Francisco and art from Norman Olson.
There are just a few numbered copies left
Published in 2010 by the Rusty Truck Press in a limited edition of 126 copies.
26 are lettered and signed by the author--$10.00 SOLD OUT
100 numbered --$5.00
P0stage will be adjusted on multiple orders.
Cover and inside art by Norman Olson
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Winans comes from a grand tradition of true San Francisco poets. This chap finds him in top form. Through the character of Black Lily he playfully explores the world of S&M as only a true San Francisco poet can. The picture he paints is at once funny, erotic and sad. And it rhymes! Classic stuff. -William Taylor Jr.
Black Lily is still A.D. Winans, but if I didn’t see his name on the cover I would have thought the work was by the ghosts of Kerouac, Ginsberg and Baudelaire. It’s a highest-possible-tension classic, full of wild sexual over- (and under-) tones, written with whip-lashes and hand-slaps, you start it and you can’t stop until you get to the last word and then wish there was more, more, more. Compelling, totally original, a real wake-up masterpiece!