Stone and Scott became Stone and Scott,
four poets in
one book seemed to be an appropriate beginning.
followed. Lone Wolf Editions
Then came a bit of serendipity:
link at left)
offered the word spoonerism.
led to our publishing Stoopnagle's Tale Is Twisted by
revival of much-enjoyed spoonerized fables and tales
such as "Beeping Sleauty" and "Prinderella and the
Click Stoopnagle's Tales (left column) for more information.
There is a new look for the Lone Wolf Editions
â€” and some new titles are included.
Clicking on "Works of William Wallis" on menu at
the left will take you to a listing and a short
description of ten titles that reveal the wide
range of interests and talents of Bill Wallis.
One view neatly presents the full picture.
On each of those listings is a link that takes
you to a fuller description. That allows easy
navigation to what you want to see.
The works include fiction, poetry, and
nonfiction, each of which shows the appeal, the
power, the beauty, the richness, the emotional
and intellectual depths that the Wallis language
We think, and hope, that you'll like the new
look and get to titles you like.
thank those who responded to
from two other small presses.
- The Athletics of
Voice: A Handbook for Students and Teachers
of Singing Based upon the Theory and
Practice of Master Voice Teacher Erwin
was written by Brad Newsom, who captured the
essence of that highly successful method of
voice training and published by New Wind
(Go for that high C; click
Voice - left column)
- Web Songs,
Poems by Shirley Windward
Yes, she is Erv's wife,
a woman of energy, insight, enthusiasm,
creativity, and a wide range of learning,
who writes a new poem - at least one -
The current collection, published by New
Wind Press, evokes multiple responses.
(Test the web she spins; click
Web Songs (left column) and
step into her parlor.)
We may have enough Voice books
to see us through the year.
Probably not Web Songs.
- Seeing Solomon's Knot
by Lois Rose Rose
The book, offering art, design, symbols, is a
trail of discovery revealing images of an
ancient and near-universal symbol.
(Get a picture of this treasure; point and click
Solomon's Knot - left column.)
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