CHAPBOOK–Black Lily by A.D. Winans

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

Please check for availability before paying

It begins with–

Black Lily wheels her whip
Leaving Red marks on
white skin

Lily hums old plantation
Slave songs that
Her clients do not comprehend
Bent on knees worshiping
Her black skin…

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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

Postage $2.00

P0stage will be adjusted on multiple orders.

Cover and inside art by Norman Olson

Simply email your order to rustytruckzine@gmail.com and you will be invoiced through PayPal or arrange to send cash.

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A.D. 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.

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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!
–Hugh Fox

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