Daily Archive for May 14th, 2011

New Stuff This Week

Haymarket 1886:2011 by AREA Chicago $5.00 – Featuring contributions by and about: Penelope Rosemont, David Roediger, Alma Washington, the history of Haymarket walking tours, Euan Hague, Paul Buhle, Peter Chanthasena and Anh Nguyen, the Haymarket Historic Landmark District, Paul Durica, the South Chicago ABC Zine Distro, reflections on Haymarket from the shadow of September 11, Holly Nelson, May Day, the Charles H. Kerr Publishing Company, Josefa Mellor and Nick Naber, 134 years of social struggle in Pilsen, Teko Sãso, Anthony Rayson. Jerry Mead-Lucero, Sam Mitrani, alternative Haymarket monument proposals, Samuel Barnett, Lucy Parsons, teaching and learning about Haymarket and more.
Rigor Mortis vol 4 $3.50
Little Otsu Living Things vol 3 by Hannah Waldron (Little Otsu) $6.95
Little Otsu Living Things vol 4 by Lilli Carre (Little Otsu) $6.95
How I Quit School #2 $3.00
Monsters Rock Tattoos #1 Jan 11 by Kione Kochi $4.00 – Zine and temporary tattoo pack.
Broken Pencil #51 $5.95
Bite Sized Wisdom by E. Jason Gremley $5.00
NBB by various $5.00
Dear Sweetness Dan Gleasons Greatest Hits vol 3 by Dan Gleason $8.95 – Don’t miss Dan and friends here at Quimby’s for this release event 5/21!
Stupor Treasury of True Stories by Steve Hughes $14.95
Esoterra: The Journal of Extreme Culture by Chad Hensley (Creation) $24.95

Magic Hedge And Other Stories #1 Magic Moments by Marian Runk $10.00
Foie Gras #3 by Edie Fake and Joy of Cooking $2.00
RASL #10 by Jeff Smith (Cartoon) $3.50
New Adventures of Beastlord #1 by Chris Kuzma $4.00
From Light to Light #1 by Alan D. Caear $6.00
Tales From the Salmon #1 by Alan D. Caear $6.00
Poison the Cure #3 by Jad Ziade and Alex Cahill $11.00
Post Age by Sua You $4.00
Asian Mysticism Mar 11 by Sua You $4.00
Trapped by Sophie Yanow $5.00
Vsnqst by Sophie Yanow $5.00
Solo #1 by Waxwing $4.00
Class Reunion #4 by Charlie Newton $2.50
Silver Surfer #1 Battl for Good N Evil by Waxwing Get Rad $5.00
Squirm: A Story of Love Hope Betrayal or Just a Choose Your Own Adventure… by Lauren Luciano $2.50
Sorry Ice Monster The Weather Is Warm by Dustin Williams $8.00
Diamond Comics #6 (Floating World) $4.00
In The Parlor Room by Jeremy Sorese $10.00

Sailor Jerry Tattoo Drawings (Hardy Mark) $30.00 – Them kids can’t get enough o’ that flash tattoo style. Here’s more!
Corn Liquor vol 1 and Other Pictures – Mostly Inspired by Nelson Algrens A Walk on the Wild Side by John Minkoff $9.00
Big Bad City by Slinkachu (Lebowski Publishing) $25.95
I Am Not of This Planet the Art of Gary Edson Arlington by Gary Edson Arlington (Last Gasp) $14.95
Rockin’: The Rockabilly Scene by Andrew Shaylor and Jerry Chatabox (Merrell) $50.00 – Swingin’ photobook for those interested in rockabilly.
History of American Graffiti by Roger Gastman and Caleb Neelon (Harper) $40.00
Are You Reading Me by Laser (Lebowski) $25.95 – Coll graff book with an introduction by King Adz.
Vhils Selected Works 2005-2010 by Alexandre Farto (Lebowski) $25.95
Stencil King: The Dutch Godfather of Stencil Graffiti by Hugo Kaagman (Lebowski) $25.95

Bat Boy: The Complete Weekly World News Comic Strips by Peter Bagge (IDW) $17.99
Batman and Robin: Batman and Robin Must Die Deluxe Edition HC by Grant Morrison etc. (DC) $24.99
The Influencing Machine: Brooke Gladstone On the Media by Brooke Gladstone, illustrated by Josh Neufeld, Randy Jones and Susann Ferris-Jones (Norton) $23.95 – Interesting deconstruction of media, public radio style.
Pinocchio by Winshluss (Last Gasp) $29.95 – Not your grandparents’ Pinnocchio.

The Meowmorphosis by Franz Kafka and Coleridge Cook (Quirk) $12.95 – Not a bug. A cute kitty.

Juxtapoz #125 Jun 11 $5.99
High Times Ju1 11 $5.99
Wire #327 May 11 $10.99

Seven Dirty Words: The Life and Crimes of George Carlin by James Sullivan (Da Capo) $16.00
Oops: The Text Messages You Wish You Never Sent (Nicotext) $9.95
In the Garden of the Beasts: Love, Terror, and An American Family in Hitler’s Berlin by Erik Larson (Crown) $26.00 – From the author of Devil in the White City.

The Quotable Hitchens: From Alcohol to Zionism–The Very Best of Christopher Hitchens by by Christopher Hitchens, Windsor Mann and Martin Amis (Da Capo) $17.00
The Feminist Promise 1792 to the Present by Christine Stansell (Modern Library) $18.00 – Now in soft cover.
A Queer History of the United States by Michael Bronski (Beacon) $27.95
Sea In Flames: The Deepwater Horizon Oil Blowout by Carl Safina (Crown) $25.00
The Revolution Starts at Home: Confronting Intimate Violence Within Activist Communities by by Ching-In Chen, Jai Dulani, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha and Andrea Smith (South End) $16.00
Killing Game by Gary and Eric Webb (Seven Stories) $19.95
This is Not a Program by Tiqqun (Semiotexte) $13.95

Heartbeat And a Guitar: Johnny Cash and the Making of Bitter Tears by Antonino Dambrosio (Nation) $16.99
Electric Eden: Unearthing Britain’s Visionary Music by Rob Young (Faber) $25.00
Enter Night: A Biography of Metallica by Mick Wall, author of When Giants Walked the Earth about Led Zep.

All sortsa Moleskine planners and journals. Planners for 2012 are hitting our shelves now. Lined, dated, blank, week-at-a-glance, month-at-a-glance, 18-month starting this coming summer, 12-month starting next year, soft cover, hard cover, smaller or bigger — you name it, we got it.
Alpine Songs Weekly Planner by Lart C Berliner (Little Otsu) $16.00

Registration Open for Graphic Medicine Conference

Registration is open for “Comics & Medicine: The Sequential Art of Illness,” an international interdisciplinary conference to be held June 9–11, 2011 at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. Scheduled keynote speakers are Scott McCloud, Phoebe Gloeckner, and David Small. A full schedule of panels and workshops is planned for Friday and Saturday, along with opportunities for informal networking. To learn more and to register, go to www.graphicmedicine.org and click on Conference 2011.


Over 30 panelists from several countries—including cartoonists, comics scholars, literary theorists, healthcare professionals, journalists and academics— will met to discuss the potential value of reading and creating comics for patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. Sessions will include the use of comics in medical and patient education, the use of comics to bear witness to illness, and health care reform through comics, to name just a few. This year’s conference also includes creative workshops by Eisner Award winner Brian Fies, (Mom’s Cancer) Canadian cartoonist Sarah Leavitt, (Tangles) and Australian psychiatrist and comics artist Neil Phillips (Shrink-Rap Press.) The 2011 event in Chicago will be the second annual Graphic Medicine conference, following a successful inaugural conference held in London in June 2010.

Scott McCloud is a cartoonist, teacher, lecturer, and the author of Understanding Comics (1993), Reinventing Comics (2000) and Making Comics (2006), which analyze the unique storytelling techniques of the comics medium and ponder its potential, particularly in the digital age. His lecture will be free and open to the public. Click here for more info about this event.

Phoebe Gloeckner is the author of The Diary of a Teenage Girl: An Account in Words and Pictures (2002) and A Child’s Life and Other Stories (1998). She began her career as a medical illustrator and underground cartoonist, and is an associate professor at the University of Michigan School of Art and Design.

David Small is an author and illustrator whose graphic memoir Stitches (2009), based on the family and medical traumas he faced as a teen, was a highly acclaimed bestseller. It was named one of the ten best books of 2009 by Publishers Weekly and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature.

Comics & Medicine: The Sequential Art of Illness
June 9-11, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
Info and registration at http://bit.ly/ComicsMedicine