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Starfish: A Zine About Bikini Kill by Keith Helt and friends $5 - Starfish is a zine about Bikini Kill. As both a band and a concept. How people remember and experienced Bikini Kill. Personal responses, memories, interviews, instructions. The zine is typewritten. It includes words and illustrations and comics and photos. Proceeds from the zine will be donated to Chicago Abortion Fund. Contributors include: Missy Kulik, Sarah Leitten, Caroline Lucas, Rachel Masilamani, Liz Mason, Billy McCall, Celia C. Peréz and more!

Port Angeles by Nick Thompson $18

Noise Ploys #1 Citizens Entertainment Guild Spr 18 by Jonathan $4

Counterspell by Brian Hitselberger $15

Ten Toronto Cruising Spots $2

Clone Tide $3

Smudge vol 2 #3 by Clay Hickson $5

Comics & Minis

You Don't Get There From Here #46 by Carrie McNinch $3

Cute and Nice by JJ McLuckie $2

Graphic Novels

Bizarre Romance by Audrey Niffenegger & Eddie Campbell $24.99 - Six different stories told through illustrated prose or comic panels celebrating and satirizing love of all kinds.

Politics & Revolution Books

Police: A Field Guide by David Correia and Tyler Wall $19.95 - Like any other field guide, it reveals a world that is hidden in plain view. In entries like "Police dog," "Stop and frisk," "Rough ride," and scores more, the authors show how "copspeak" obscures the true meaning and history of policing.

Art Books

Tokyo Graffitti by Lord K2 $24.99


Tape Op #124 $5.95

Far Ride vol 8 Documenting Cycling Journeys Around the World $23

Skeptic vol 23 #1 $6.95

Fader #112 $6.99

Boneshaker Magazine #20 $12

Make vol 62 $12.95

Fortean Times #363 $12.50

Lit Journals

Motley Magazine #3 A Sinister Cabal $5

The Paris Review #224 $20

For the Kiddies

New Shoes by Sara Varon $17.99

Snails Are Just My Speed by Kevin McCloskey (Toon) $12.95

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New Stuff This Week

#NewStuff! . . #quimbys #quimbysbookstore #quimbysbookstorechicago A post shared by Quimbys Bookstore (@quimbysbookstore) on Mar 9, 2018 at 10:11am PST Why Art? by Eleanor Davis (Fantagraphics) $14.99 - Davis unpacks critical and positive concepts of art, whether it's indulgent, goofy, serious, altruistic, evil or expressive. Her book is a work of art unto itself, with a sense of humor and a thirst for challenging preconceptions of art. Zines PWF Pro Wrestling …

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Georgia Webber Reads From Dumb: Living Without a Voice 5/31

Toronto-based cartoonist Georgia Webber’s new book, Dumb (Fantagraphics Books), Part memoir, part medical cautionary tale, Dumb tells the story of how the book’s author copes with the everyday challenges that come with voicelessness. Webber adroitly uses the comics medium to convey the practical hurdles she faced as well as the fear and dread that accompanied her increasingly lonely journey to regain her life. Her raw cartooning style, occasionally devolving into chaotic scribbles, …

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