The Wolfian Press Review

Wolfian Press Review, 2018

The Wolfian Press Review 2018 was published in February 2018, an annual publication featuring some of the best people we have worked with in recent years.

The Wolfian Press Review 2018 includes an Art Feature with Mikey Jones of Wrexham, Wales, stories by Emma Hines and Michel Hersen, an excellent Poets' Quarter featuring work by Rose McConahy, Simon R Gladdish, Gary Beck, Brian G Davies, Grey Wolf, Stephen Kellegher, Steve McAuliffe, and Benjamin Okun, plus articles and features, including history, real-life stories, music and art.

The Wolfian Press Review 2018

The Wolfian Press Review 2018 masthead, designed by Violett Dragonlady incorporates the annual nature of the publication in the seasonal images flanking the wording. The cover photographs for the Wolfian Press Review 2018, are also by Violett, as is the design elements upon them.


It is not possible to give profiles of all contributors to the Wolfian Press Review 2018, but below is some information about the writers of some of the larger pieces we feature:-

Mikey Jones

Mikey Jones is a Welsh artist who paints the urban and natural environment focusing on the social content one finds within.
He hails from Wrexham, and his website can be found at:-

Emma Hines

Emma Hines is a 17- year-old senior in high school, planning on pursuing a university degree that will support her goal of becoming a professional writer.

Along with many other short stories, she has written a book, and hopes to be published. Other selections of Emma's short stories have been chosen for YuGen, Cold Creek Review, Scarlet Leaf Review, and Down in the Dirt Magazine.

Ray Barron-Woolford

The press release for Ray Barron-Woolford's history book and play 'Liberty' is carried in The Review, as well as a review of it by the Editor. Liberty focuses on the case of Kath Duncan, a workers' rights activist in 1930s Deptford, involved in the fight for civil liberties, and is a fascinating mixture of history and dramatisation.
Buy Liberty on Amazon

Gary Beck

Gary Beck has spent most of his adult life as a theater director, and as an art dealer when he couldn't make a living in theater. He has 12 published chapbooks and 1 accepted for publication. His poetry collections include: Days of Destruction (Skive Press), Expectations (Rogue Scholars Press). Dawn in Cities, Assault on Nature, Songs of a Clerk, Civilized Ways, Displays, Perceptions, Fault Lines, Tremors and Perturbations (Winter Goose Publishing) Rude Awakenings and The Remission of Order.
Buy 'Blossoms of Decay'

Rose McConahy

Rose McConahy currently resides in Altonna, Pennsylvania. She is co-founder of the Altoona Writer's Guild and a dedicated daily writer. Numerous individual poems have been published in the US and UK. Writing is her passion, and predawn, when all else sleeps, she seeks answers within the darkness. Her book of poetry 'What's Not To Love?' was published by Purple Unicorn Media

Simon R Gladdish

Simon R Gladdish was born in Kampala, Uganda in 1957. His family returned to Britain in 1961, to Reading where he grew up. Educated at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, he trained as an English Language Teacher, a profession which enabled him to live in Spain, France, Turkey, Tunisia, and Kuwait for many years. He now lives in Swansea, Wales.

Andy Dennis

Andy Dennis is a Nurse in the NHS in Harrogate, North Yorkshire he also works with the international medical organisation Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders). MSF works in around 70 countries around the world in a number of different contexts. Such as conflict, natural disaster and epidemics.
You can find out more about the book 'Ebola - Behind the Mask' at

SKZ Cartoons

"I write my best comic strips when I am seething with anger. I prefer the witty, subtle strips - but many people like the ones fermented with a litre of sarcasm, and left to simmer. I think that a lot of people feel betrayed by the lies which were used so cynically to win the Brexit referendum - and still being used to justify a hard Brexit. I know I do."
'The Little Book of Brexit Logic: Recipes for Disaster' is available now from (£12.50 including UK P&P).

Stephen Kellegher

Stephen Kellegher is an author, artist and poet, originally from Lancashire but now resident in the Swansea Valley. His first book, 'To Bangladesh and Back' was published by Purple Unicorn Media, and records his visit to Bangladesh in warm detail. His second book, PPP&P, will be published in Spring 2018 and will highlight his art and his poetry, as well as short story skills.


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