New Poetry Release! A.D. Winans – In the Dead Hours of Dawn

New Release from Bottle of Smoke Press:
A.D. Winans – In the Dead Hours of Dawn

Poetry, 32 pages. 8 1/2″ x 11 1/4″. A new book of poems by award winning poet A.D. Winans consists of poems not previously published in any of his previous fifty-three books of poetry. The cover is printed on Fabriano Tiziano paper using hand-set 12 line Bradley wood type and 54 point Satanic metal type. The text is printed on vintage Curtis Tweedweave paper and set in Adobe Garamond Pro. Printed via letterpress on a Vandercook SP15 in Newark, Delaware. ISBN-13: 978-1-937073-42-8. Published in an edition of 100 hardcover copies signed by the author and numbered 1-100 ($50.)

A.D. Winans - In the Dead Hours of Dawn from Bottle of Smoke Press

Signed Hardcover Edition
Limited to an edition of 100 hardcover copies signed by the author and numbered 1-100. ISBN: 978-1-937073-42-8.

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About A.D. Winans

A. D. Winans is a native San Francisco poet, writer and photographer. He was friends with Jack Micheline, Bob Kaufman, Charles Bukowski and other poets and writers of the 50's and 60's. The author of over 50 books and chapbooks of prose and poetry, his work has appeared internationally and been translated into nine languages. He is the winner of a 2006 PEN National Josephine Miles award for literary excellence. In 2009 PEN Oakland presented him with a Lifetime Achievement Award. One of his poems was set to music and performed at Tully Hall, NYC. His book, Drowning Like Li Po in a River of Red Wine: Selected Poems:1970-2010 is available from BOS Press. He is available for readings. Visit A.D. on the web: A.D. Winans | A.D. Winans Website | A.D. Winans Fan Site

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