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|September at Quimby’s Bookstore
Here’s your September Quimby’s Bookstore news, store events and some notable things we’ve received since the last time you heard from us.And oh! Happy Labor Day. We’ll be open abbreviated hours on Monday, September 5th from noon to 5pm.
Quimby’s Bookstore Temporary Tattoos Now Available
Dates Announced Fot the Chicago Alternative Expo (CAKE): June 16th-17th, 2012
September Events At Quimby’s Bookstore
Cindy Crabb Reads From The Encyclopedia of Doris
CCLaP Releases American Wasteland: Bleak Tales of the Future On the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11
Rebekah Mercuri Reads From Weeding the Seeds of Deceit
David Shrigley Celebrates What The Hell Are You Doing: The Essential David Shrigley
The Creative Writing Guild (CWG) Presents: Prompts/Prompted
Caroline Paquita of Pegacorn Press Reads and Shows Works with Jo Dery and Edie Fake
Anne Elizabeth Moore Reads From Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh With Sara Drake
Save the date! Alison Bechdel comes to Quimby’s 10/8. She’s guest editing The Best American Comics 2011.
And here’s some news from our sister store, Chicago Comics…
(Just Some of the)New Stuff This Month at Quimby’s Bookstore
ZINES & ZINE BOOKS!
Xerography Debt #29 $3.00 – “The review zine with perzine tendancies.
COMICS & MINI COMIX!
Eye of the Majestic Creature #5 by Leslie Stein $4.00 – Larrybear moves back to New York after having lived in the countryside. Life back in the big city! This issue was featured in outer limits mag Bizarre. First new issue since Fantagraphics compiled #1-#4. And yes, we have that too.
GRAPHIC NOVELS & TRADE PAPERBACKS!
Mome #22 Fall 11 (Fantagraphics) $19.99 – This issue jampacked with Jospeh Lambert, Lilli Carre, Anders Nilsen, Laura Park and more!
ART & DESIGN BOOKS!
Beautiful Decay Book 6 Future Perfect $20.00 – 300 artists riffed on what their ideal future would be and one Grand Prize winner was selected. Over 100 finalist’s work are featured throughout the publication.The book also includes a feature length article with notable, emerging, New York artist, Robin Williams whose surreal paintings give us a view into her very own Future Perfect. Only 1,500 copies were made, all of which are ad-free and hand numbered.”
How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive by Christopher Boucher (Melville) $15.00 – Welcome to Christopher Boucher’s zany literary universe, a place where metaphors shift beneath your feet, familiar words assume new meanings, objects talk, trees attack, and time actually is money. Modeled on the cult classic 1969 hippie handbook of the same name.
McSweeneys #38 (Mcsweeneys) $18.00 – Their quarterly concern.
In Every Town: An All Ages Music Manualfesto (All Ages Movement Project) $14.99 – rom the All-Ages Movement Project comes this fantastic guide to finding a space, apeasing the neighbors, raising money, and getting a scene off the ground. DIY or die!
MUCKRACKING, MEMOIRS, MAYHEM, MISCREANTS & MISCELLENOUSNESSESESNESS!
Secret Societies: Inside the Freemasons Yakuza Skull and Bones Worlds Most Notorious Organizations by John Lawrence Reynolds (Arcade) $14.95 – A smart and surprising behind-the-scenes exploration of the tales confirmed and fabricated that surround the best known and often least understood secret societies.
POLITICS & REVOLUTION!
Zapatista Spring: Anatomy of a Rebel Water Project and the Lessons of Internation by Ramor Ryan (AK) $16.00
Maximumrocknroll #340 Sep 11 $4.00
SEX & SEXY!
Red Velvet and Absinthe: Paranormal Erotic Romance ed. by Mitzi Szereto (Cleis) $14.95
Inherit 2012 Nikki McClure Calendar $16.00 – Since we started getting Nikki McClure’s calendars in 2004 it’s been a bestseller. And when you see it, you’ll understand why.
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