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New Stuff This Week

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Dark Inspiration: Grotesque Illustrations, Art & Design by Victionary $35.00 – Macabre aesthetics, nightmare visions, unexplainable tableaus. Artists include: Alex Garant, Anton Semenov, Dan Hillier, Daniel Martin Diaz, Elisa Ancori, Evelyn Bencicova, Fiona Roberts, Fuco Ueda, Hannes Hummel, Januz Miralles, Johnson Tsang, Katy Horan, Kim Simonsson, Leta Sobierajski, Lola Dupre, Nicoletta Ceccoli and many more.

*ZINES*

Judas Goat Quarterly #69 Spr 16 $1.50

Not Like You Zine #6 $5.00

Happy Tapir #1 First Apartment by Johnny Masiulewicz $3.00

Unwatchabulls 1999-2004 by Baw Cutler $3.00

*COMICS & MINIS*

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Lands Have Mercy by Jason Murphy $7.00

Local teacher Dan Adams brought in his class of 9-12-year-olds who all made comics. Awesome titles include:
Zombie Apokalips
Immigrant Youth Justice League
What to Do When Your Bored
Narwhal
World of Mine Craft
Fred Hampton: The Loudest Boy In the World
Call of Duty: Black Ops Top Five Moments to Rage Quit
Epic Super Hero Fails
Best Soccer Game of my Life

The 3 headed Golem Part 1 by Tom Davis $6.00

Laskimooses #29 Peruspinnan Mustaus $7.00

Islands Comic by Evah Fan $8.00

Vortex Man #1 Scortched Earth $6.00

Wow by Caroline Cash $9.00 – The hand behind Mr. Blob pens a millennial Ghost World tracking two girls abusing social media on the periphery of the archetypal Party That Sucks. Cash gives you your money’s worth of drama in just 8 pages. Stylistically it’s a little like if Jeffy from The Family Circus grew up and took his adderall habit to art school. And that’s just splendid. ~GS

Heavy Blanket #1 by Cory Feder $10.00

*GRAPHIC NOVELS*

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Megg and Mogg In Amsterdam and Other Stories by Simon Hanselmann (Fantagraphics) $19.99

Don’t Come in Here by Patrick Kyle (Koyama Press) $15.00

Rules For Dating My Daughter: The Modern Father’s Guide to Good Parenting by Mike Dawson (Uncivilized) $15.95

After Comes Nothing by Aiden Koch (Koyama Press) $20.00

Peplum by Blutch $24.95

Gorgeous by Cathy G. Johnson (Koyama Press) $10.00

Night Air by Ben Sears (Koyama) $12.00

What is Obscenity?: The Story of a Good For Nothing Artist and her Pussy by Rokudenashiko (Koyama Press) $20.00 – Rokudenashiko (“good-for-nothing girl”) is a Japanese artist. She is known for her series of decorated vulva moulds, or “Decoman,” a portmanteau of decorated and manko, slang for vagina. Distributing a 3D scan of her genitalia to crowdfunding supporters led to her arrest for alleged violation of Japanese obscenity laws.

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Why Would You Do That? by Andrea Tsurumi (Hic & Hoc) $10.00 – Poodles, brassieres, sports fans, pie, the Civil War!

The Flash by Grant Morrison and Mark Millar $19.99

Providence Act 1 by Alan Moore etc (Avatar) $19.99

Johnny Boo Goes Like This by James Kochalka (Top Shelf) $9.99

*ART & DESIGN*

Why Fonts Matter by Sarah Hyndman $24.95

Jean Cocteau Coloring Book (Arsenal Pulp Press) $12.95

Thin Slices of Anxiety: Observations and Advice to Ease a Worried Mind by Catherine Lepage $14.95

*FICTION*

Make Something Up: Stories You Can’t Unread by Chuck Palahniuk $15.00

Sweet Lamb of Heaven by Lydia Millet $25.95

Gonzo Girl by Cheryl Della Pietra $16.00

Join by Steve Toutonghi $27.00 – What if you could live multiple lives simultaneously, have constant, perfect companionship, and never die? That’s the promise of Join, a revolutionary technology that allows small groups of minds to unite, forming a single consciousness that experiences the world through multiple bodies.

The English Assassin Book 3 of the Cornelius Quartet by Michael Moorcock $9.95 – Back in print! MM’s third book in the Cornelius series from the late 60s, of the drug-taking, physics-doing, sex-experimenting weirdo Jerry Cornelius. Bond but as an assassin, part-Buckaroo Banzai, 100% rock star. Recommended. -LM

*FILM & MUSIC BOOKS*

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MDC: Memoir from a Damaged Civilization: Stories of Punk, Fear, and Redemption by Dave Dictor (Manic D Press) $15.95 – Memoir from singer, lyricist, and founding member of legendary American punk band MDC (Millions of Dead Cops).

Video Tonfa by Tim Goodyear (Floating World Comics) $24.95 – In 2009, Tim Goodyear turned his sketchbook into a journal of the movies he watched, focusing on VHS & DVD for an eclectic & personal film history. For each video he redrew the original box art & substituted the text with his own reflections. Video Tonfa is more than a book of movie reviews, it’s a chronic memoir of over 300 video visitations.

*FOOD*

The Starving Artist Cookbook by Sara Zin $22.95

*SEX GUIDES & CULTURE*

Truth, Justice, and the American Whore by Siouxsie Q (Three L) $18.95 – Podcaster and SF Weekly columnist stating opinions that your mother likely won’t approve, constructing arguments that will make you blush.

The Lesbian Sex Haiku Book (with Cats!) by Anna Pulley, watercolor illustrations by Kelsey Beyer (Flatiron) $14.99 – Learn about all the aspects involved in girl-on-girl action as fed through the lens of two things the internet approves of: cats and things described in three lines or less.

*SCIENCE!*

The Universe in Your Hand: A Journey Through Space, Time, and Beyond by Christophe Galfard (Flatiron Books) $27.99 – A cosmic yet friendly tour from the Big Bang to black holes.

Things to Make and do in the Fourth Dimension by Matt Parker $16.00

Farmageddon: The True Cost Cheap Meat by P. Lymbery etc. $19.99

The Human Side of Science: Edison and Tesla, Watson and Crick, and Other Personal Stories Behind Science’s Big Ideas by Arthur W. Wiggins etc., illustrated by Sidney Harris $25.00

*ESSAYS*

Telling: A Memoir by Zoe Zolbrod (Curbside Splendor) $16.95

Failed It!: How to turn mistakes into ideas and other advice for successfully screwing up by Erik Kessels (Phaidon) $12.95 – Over 150 visual examples drawn from Kessels personal collection of artworks and found photographs, along with tips, quotes, anecdotes and wisdom for celebrating with failure.

The Internet Is Not the Answer by Andrew Keen (Grove) $16.00 – A twenty-year veteran of the tech industry traces the technological and economic history of the internet from its founding in the 1960s through the rise of the big data companies to the increasing attempts to monetize almost every human activity, and investigates how the internet is reconfiguring our world—often at great cost.

Books from Blue Heron Press, $12.99 each
Rigger: A Memoir from High School to High Steel by Larry James Neff
Like A Dog: A Memoir by Vincent Francone
Sharing Lessons Learned While Seeking the Spotlight by Lynnie Godfrey

The Miles Between Me by Toni Nealie (Curbside Splendor) $16.95

*POLITICS & REVOLUTION*

How Did We Get Into This Mess?: Politics, Equality, Nature by George Monbiot $24.95

Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organizing for Reproductive Justice by Jael Silliman etc. (Haymarket) $19.00

Keywords for Radicals: The Contested Vocabulary of Late-Capitalist Struggle by Kelly Fritsch etc (AK Press) $22.95 – With insights from dozens of scholars and troublemakers, Keywords for Radicals explores the words that shape our political landscape. Each entry highlights a term’s contested variations, traces its evolving usage, and speculates about what its historical mutations can tell us. More than a glossary, this is a crucial study of the power of language and the social contradictions hidden within it. Contributors include Patrick Bond, Silvia Federici, John Bellamy Foster, Joy James, Ilan Pappé, Justin Podur, Nina Power, Mab Segrest, and more.

Lies, Incorporated: The World of Post-Truth Politics by Ari Rabin-Havt, Media Matters for America $15.00

*MAGAZINES*

Mojo #270 May 16 the Stones $10.99

Frankie #70 $14.95

Gayletter #4 $20.00

*CHAP BOOKS & LIT JOURNALS*

The End is Near by Adam Michael Krause $10.00 – Is the world really ending now? Or has it always been? This pocket-sized pamphlet compiles eschatological ejaculations throughout Western history, cumulatively begging the question of whether, amid all this [very real] environmental panic, our prophesies of doom are finally coming true, or just getting in line with centuries of cultural product. Sharp, portable and gussied up in letterpress; it’s even footnoted so you know it’s Real. ~GS

The Literary Review vol 59 #1 Win 16 Fight $10.00

*KIDS BOOKS*

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Professor Astro Cat’s Atomic Adventure by Dominic Walliman and Ben Newman (Nobrow Press) $24.00 – Class is in session, and the subject is physics. Your teacher? Why, he’s the smartest cat in the galaxy!

New Stuff This Week

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*ZINES*

Suburban Blight #12 Spr 16 by Stephanie B. $2.00

Call for Participants by Roddy $3.00

Monster Nerd zines by Anthony Miller, $5.00 each:
#1 The Creature From the Black Lagoon Issue
#2 The Wolf Man Issue

Somnambulist #26 Two Friends Talk about their Cities by Martha Grover $5.00

Otra Vez In Harlem by Gaspard Ajoupa Imbert $5.00

Blink Ink #22 Cities by Jesse Anger & friends $5.00

Collection of Expressions #2 $5.00

zines by Austin Smith $3.00 each:
Acid Kat #15 Fanzine
Acid Kat #16 Special Spooky Issue

*COMICS & MINIS*

Comics from Dan Zettwoch:
Redbird #3 Hi Tech Comics $5.00
Redbird #4 Dec 2015 $3.00

Grixly #35 $3.00

*GRAPHIC NOVELS*

Nocturnal Last City by Emily Chu $25.00

Cursed Pirate Girl by Jeremy Bastian $19.99

Walking Dead vol 25 No Turning Back by R. Kirkman and friends $14.99

Paper Girls TPB vol 1 by Brian K. Vaughan $9.99

Adventure Time with Fiona and Cake by Natasha Allegri $19.99

*ART & DESIGN*

The Electric Pencil: Drawings from Inside State Hospital No. 3 by James Edward Deeds Jr. $29.95 – Arresting drawings by made by one inmate, made as a gift for his mother, accidentally discarded in 1970, then found again by an art collector who put them in a book. None of these existed in the actual mid-twentieth-century landscape of Deeds’s own life that he drew (an unusual cast of characters: nineteenth-century dandies, Civil War soldiers, antique cars, fantastic boats and trains, country landscapes dotted with roaming animals, and fanciful architecture), but rather were representations of his inner world—an artist’s poignant tribute to a faded past.

Working Women: The New Pin-Up: Temporary Tattoos by Bill Presing $12.95 – From from fighter pilots to boxers to astronauts!

The Illustrated Compendium of Amazing Animal Facts by Maja Säfström $14.99

*FICTION*

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Little Mook and Dwarf Longnose by Wilhelm Hauff, Illustrated by Boris Pak (Godine) $19.95 – Short stories, peopled with a vivid assortment of dwarves, evil witches, enchanted swans, and devious princes. But rather than rehashing Brothers Grimm, Hauff creates a place where the morals are less than clear-cut. gnomish, innocent orphans with neglectful parents, a cruel witch’s curse, an enchanted goose and more.

Books by Matt Lang (Clawfoot Press):
Fernweh $15.00
McKean County and Other Stories $12.00

Void by George Perec (Verba Mundi) $17.95

Weirdly, 2 different books about waxing nostalgic about New York:
Sundays on the Phone to Monday by Christine Reilly $25.00 – The Middlesteins meets The Virgin Suicides in this arresting family love story about the eccentric yet tightknit Simone family, coping with tragedy during 90s New York.
Tuesday Nights in 1980 by Molly Prentiss $26.00 – An intoxicating and transcendent debut novel that follows a critic, an artist, and a desirous, determined young woman as they find their way—and ultimately collide—amid the ever-evolving New York City art scene of the 1980s.

It’s Only Rock and Roll: An Anthology of Rock and Roll Short Stories by Janice Eidus and John Kastan (Godine) $16.95

Husbands and Lap Dogs Breathe Their Last: A Cummings Flynn Wanamaker Mystery (Mainly Murder Press) by David Steven Rappoport $15.95

*ESSAYS*

So Sad Today: Personal Essays by Melissa Broder $15.99

The Call of the Primes: Surprising Patterns, Peculiar Puzzles, and Other Marvels of Mathematics by Owen O’Shea (Prometheus Books) $19.00

*POLITICS & REVOLUTION*

Political Suicide: Missteps, Peccadilloes, Bad Calls, Backroom Hijinx, Sordid Pasts, Rotten Breaks, and Just Plain Dumb Mistakes in the Annals of American Politics by Erin McHugh $26.95

*SCIENCE!*

The Soul of an Octopus: A Surprising Exploration into the Wonder of Consciousness by Sy Montgomery $16.00

*MAGAZINES*

RFD #165 Spr 16 $9.95

Monocle vol 10 #92 Apr 16 $12.00

True Crime Mar 16 Slaughter in the Sex Dungeon $9.99

Wax Poetics #64 Spr 16 $1.19

*CHAP BOOKS*

Stories I Could Tell You at the End of the Day by Nathan Dragon $5.00

New Stuff This Week

piratebookThe Pirate Book: Read Me by Nicolas Maigret and Maria Roszkowska $11.00

*ZINES*

Inner Seoul by Jae Hyun Ha $2.00

Remedy Quarterly #20 Try $12.00

Lazy Mom #5 Easy Come $10.00

Dead Wrestlers #1 Murder Mishaps and Misfortune by Aaron Weber $3.00

Alamo Igloo zines by Keith Herzik
Leg and Boob DNA Gel Part 2 $8.00
Dog Bone Snake Skull Chicago $7.00

Pickle Pickle #2 The Peculiar Pickle Mini Zine $2.50

*COMICS & MINIS*

Mystery Minicomic Anthology by various $5.00

Baby Weight by Gabrielle Howell $2.00

Better Late Than Never by Jesse Hedman $2.00

Teenaged Trash Party by Barbara Guttman $5.00

Too Much Fun by Logan Kruidenier $8.00

Lazy Sundae by Nolan J. Downs $5.00

Screwing With You vol 1 by Zoe N. Sugg $5.00

Pack Yr Bags by Ian McDuffie $1.00

More Things in Heaven and Earth #1 by Kat Tusday $5.00

*GRAPHIC NOVELS & TRADE PAPERBACKS*

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Carpet Sweeper Tales by Julie Doucet (D&Q) $15.95

Agony Book by Mark Beyer $15.95

Mirror Mirror #1 (2d Cloud) $27.95 – Comics anthology of things horror and gothic. Edited by Sean T. Collins & Julia Gfrörer. With work from Clive Barker, Heather Benjamin, Al Columbia, Dame Darcy and more.

Space: An Eschew Collection by Robert Sergel (Secret Acres) $15.00

Gulag Casual: Five Stories by Austin English (2d Cloud) $24.95

Care of Birds by F.S. Lobo (MMMNNNRRRG) $17.00

Chainmail Bikini: The Anthology of Women Gamers by Hazel Newlevant and Sophie Yanow (Alternative Comics) $20.00

Big Planet Comics Blue Anthology (Retrofit) $5.00 – An anthology from the Washington DC comic book store Big Planet Comics. Includes work by: Saman Bemel-Benrud, Box Brown, Mark Burrier, Jensine Eckwall, Robin Ha, Angelica Hatke, Andy K, Nick Liappis, Jared Morgan, Ben Sears, Matt Baker and SUPERWAXX.

*FICTION*

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The Doll Collection: Seventeen Brand-New Tales of Dolls, ed. by Ellen Datlow (Tor) $16.99 – Stories about dolls. Not creepy or anything hahahaha.

2 books by Matt Lang (Clawfoot Press)
McKean County and Other Stories $12.00
Fernweh $15.00

Bardo or Not Bardo by Antoine Volodine (Open Letter) $13.95

*MAYHEM*

Serial Killers and Psychopaths: True-Life Cases that Shocked the World by C. Greig & J. Marlowe $16.95

Melancholy Accidents: Three Centuries of Stray Bullets and Bad Luck by Peter Manseau (Melville House) $22.95

Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by Erik Larson $17.00

*ESSAYS*

Pretentiousness: Why It Matters An Essay SC by Dan Fox (Coffee House Press) $15.95

*POLITICS & REVOLUTION*

Earth Wants You by Reverend Billy $13.95

The South Side: A Portrait of Chicago and American Segregation by Natalie Y. Moore $27.99

*MUSIC BOOKS*

I Live Inside HC Memoirs of A Babe in Toyland by Michelle Leon $19.95

*HUMOR*

Why the Long Joke? by James Thomas $22.99 – Inside: “Edgar Allan Poe Goes to a Music Festival,” “How to Tell If You’re Dead” & more.

*SEXXXY*

Whistle #17 Modern Pin Up Mag $10.00

Meat #20 $20.00

*MAGAZINES*

Hi Fructose #39 New Contemporary Art Magazine $7.95

Howler #10 Spr 16 Of Gods and Ten $15.00

Mojo #269 Apr 16 Iggy Pop His Life and Rebirth $10.99

Laphams Quarterly vol 9 #2 Spr 16 Disaster $17.00

Tom Tom Magazine #25 Health $6.00

Skeptic vol 21 #1 16 $6.95

High Times Best of #80 2016 Your Guide to Hydro $6.99

Ghetto Blaster #43 $4.50

Maximumrocknroll #395 Apr 16 $4.99

Creative Quarterly #41 $9.00

Gentlewoman #13 Spr Sum 16 Kirsten $15.99

Tape Op #112 Mar Apr 16 $4.95

Razorcake #91 $4.00

*LIT JOURNALS*

The Paris Review #216 $20.00

*CHILDRENS*

Hilda & The Midnight Giant by Luke Pearson (Flying Eye) $10.99

New Stuff This Week

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Jaywalker by Lisa Carver, with illustrations by Dame Darcy $15.00 – Flash fiction by famed Rollerderby zinester, with illustrations by exquisite Meatcake artist Dame Darcy.

*ZINES & ZINE-RELATED*

East Village Inky #56 by Ayun Halliday $3.00

Pagan Kennedy’s Living a Handbook for Maturing Hipsters by Pagan Kennedy (Santa Fe Writers Project) $15.95 – 90s clasic back in print from the zinester, writer and non-conformist.

Notes on Staying Soft by Rosie Accola $5.00

Living Southerners Feb 16 $2.00

Zines by Billy Roberts $3.00 each:
Last Night at the Casino #11 Feb 16
Good Place to Start #1 – Wanna learn about world music? Well here’s a good place to start.

*COMICS & MINIS*

2 new amazing comics from Carrie McNinch:
You Dont Get There From Here #37 $3.00 – Daily diary comics about Carrie’s quiet adventure of life in LA and a side trip to Japan. From the thoughtful and compelling mind of someone who loves music, reading and cats, and who can draw the way all zinesters wish they could.
Excerpts From Seven Non-Fiction Books I Read $3.00 – Includes excerpts from books by Marky Ramone, Viv Albertine, Kim Gordon and more! And those drawings!

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Upgrade by Lily Reeves $5.00

Science Ghost #3 by Carlos Aguilar $5.00

Just Another Caturday #1 by Jennifer Lewis $3.00

various Kelci Crawford comics:
Prologues a Compilation $3.00
Duck for Dinner $1.00
and more!

2 new by Robin Bougie delicacies!:
Cinema Sewer #29 $5.00
Sugar Spread vol 1 #1 A Big Coloring Book $10.00

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*GRAPHIC NOVELS*

The Complete Crepax: Dracula, Frankenstein, And Other Horror Stories by Guido Crepax (Fantagraphics) $75.00 – Collection of work from this erotic Eurocartoonist, known for his work in the 60s and 70s. This book features lit by Stoker, Mary Shelley, unpublished works of Crepax’s famed Valentina stories and more.

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Dirty Hands: Collected Works by David Alvarado $15.00

Complete Chi’s Sweet Home Part 2 by Konami Kanata $24.95

Amadeo & Maladeo: A Musical by R. O. Blechman (Fantagraphics) $24.99 – Full-color fable-like graphic novel, the story of two musician Mozart-esque half brothers cycle through rags and riches.

The Beauty vol 1 by Jeremy Haun & Jason A. Hurley $9.99 – What if there was a way to guarantee you could become more and more beautiful every day? What if it was a sexually transmitted disease?

Adventure Time vol 8 $14.99

Goodnight Punpun vol 1 by Inio Asano $24.99

Humans vol 2 Humans Till Death by Tom Neely and Keenan Marshall Keller $15.99

Nameless by Grant Morrison & friends $24.99

The Glorkian Warrior and the Mustache of Destiny by James Kochalka $14.99

*ART & DESIGN BOOKS*

Art of the Mural vol 1 Contemporary International Urban Art by Shane Pomajambo (Schiffer) $34.99 – 400+ examples by 50 full-time muralists from 6 continents. Edited by the creative director of DC-based Art Whino Gallery.

*WEIRDO*

Future Esoteric: Unseen Realms, Second Edition by Brad Olsen (Consortium of Collective Consciousness) $17.95

Confessions of an Illuminati: The Whole Truth about the Illuminati and the New World Order by Leo Lyon Zagami (CCCP Publishing) $17.95

Room 1219: The Life of Fatty Arbuckle, the Mysterious Death of Virginia Rappe, and the Scandal That Changed Hollywood by Greg Merritt $19.99

Aliens Among Us: Exploring Past and Present by Barry Strohm $19.99 – You guys, they’re everywhere at every time ever. It’s amazing!

Little Gray Bastards: The Incessant Alien Presence by Jordan Hofer & David Barker $16.99 – You guys, they’re everywhere at every time ever. It’s terrifying!

*MUSIC BOOKS*

Dancing Barefoot: The Patti Smith Story by Dave Thompson $16.99

Cobain on Cobain: Interviews and Encounters ed. by Nick Soulsby $28.95

*ESSAYS*

Notes on My Dunce Cap by Jesse Ball (Pioneer Works Press) $22.00 – A text for teachers who want to reconsider hierarchy in their classrooms and for those curious about education as a context for creativity and collaboration.

*FICTION*

I Am Because You Are, ed. by Pippa Goldschmidt and Tania Hershman (Freight books) $14.95 – “Timely” collection of new fiction (and some non-fiction) from novelists and science writers, all inspired by the theme of Theory of Relativity.

*POLITICS & REVOLUTION BOOKS*

Joe Hill: The IWW & the Making of a Revolutionary Workingclass Counterculture by Franklin Rosemont (PM Press) $29.95 – Reprint of the classic, originally published by Chicago rebels Kerr Publishing.

Death to Bourgeois Society: The Propagandists of the Deed by Mitchell Abidor (PM Press) $14.95

Listen, Liberal: Or, What Ever Happened to the Party of the People? by Thomas Frank $27.00 – Founding editor of The Baffler discusses the form of corporate and cultural elitism that has largely eclipsed the Democrat party’s old working-class commitment.

*HUMOR*

F in Exams: Complete Failure Edition $19.95

*FOOD BOOKS*

Deceptive Desserts: A Lady’s Guide to Baking Bad! by Christine McConnell $29.95 – Christine McConnell, the Queen of Creepy Cookies, shares recipes and photographs how to take bake with inspiration from the likes of Tim Burton, Wes Craven, Alfred Hitchcock, and Vincent Price, mixed with in a dash of Stepford Wife.

Sweet as Sin: The Unwrapped Story of How Candy Became America’s Favorite Pleasure by Susan Benjamin $18.00

*MAGAZINES*

Bust #98 Apr May 16 $5.99

Harpers Apr 16 $6.99

Make vol 50 $9.99

Fields Magazine #5 Spr 16 $12.00

*LIT JOURNALS*

First Line vol 18 #1 Spr 16 $4.00

Black Fox Literary Magazine #13 $14.00

Coming out this week!

The Imitation Game: Alan Turner Decoded by Jim Ottaviani and Leland Purvis (Abrams ComicArts) $24.95

New Stuff This Week

 

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Frontier #11 by Eleanor Davis (Youth In Decline) $8.40 – The newest issue, now available! “BDSM” is a fresh new comic by Eleanor Davis, about the interactions of two adult film actresses on and off camera. A modern SM dating story tackling the complex, intersectional relationships between friends and lovers, feminism and kink, and projection and consumption.

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Filmme Fatales #7 $16.00 – Seventh issue of the quarterly zine about the places where film and feminism intersect. Essays, criticism, ideas, jokes, pictures and more. Inside this issue, devoted to the concept of “space”: a lament about the fates of lesbian movie characters, a tribute to the house from Dogs in Space, a taxonomy of the spaces Andie inhabits in Pretty in Pink, the next filmmaker who is inevitably due to experience a Sofia Coppola-style Tumblr resurgence, psychics and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, an examination of James Cameron’s reputation as a feminist filmmaker and more.

*ZINES*

Radical Domesticity #6 by Emma Karin Eriksson $3.00

PWF Pro Wrestling Feelings #3 $5.00

Jibb Wibbles #1 by Jason Mamarella $6.00

Fat Babes #2 The Fatshion Edition $6.00

Forniphilia by Michael Shallow $7.00

Boot Boyz Biz Group 2 Catalog Feb 2016 $1.00

*COMICS & MINIS*

Power Button by Zack Soto (Study Group) $4.95

Super Sikh #3 Al Amok is Not Amused by various $3.99

Mr Blob #1 by Caroline Cash $7.00

Nerd Jam #4 by Olivier Wilkie $8.00

Give Thanks by Philip Weiss $2.00

*GRAPHIC NOVELS*

5,000 Kilometers Per Second by Manuele Fior (Fantagraphics) $22.99

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Octopus Pie vol 1 by Meredith Gran $14.99

Paracuellos by Carlos Giménez (IDW) $24.99 – An autobiographical account of the plight of children in post-World War II Fascist Spain.

Woody Guthrie and the Dust Bowl Ballads: A Graphic Novel by Nick Hayes (Abrams) $24.95

Delilah Drik and the Kings Shilling by Tony Cliff $17.99

*ART & DESIGN BOOKS*

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100 Years of Tattoos by David McComb $29.95

Vans: Off the Wall: Stories of Sole from Vans Originals, 50th Anniversary Edition by Doug Palladini (Abrams) $30.00

*MUSIC BOOKS*

Lost Rockers: Broken Dreams and Crashed Careers by Steven Blush, Paul Rachman & Tony Mann (powerHouse Books) $27.50 – About the musicians who at one point in time were on the verge of success but who never quite “made it.”

Never Known Questions: Five Decades of The Residents by Ian Shirley (Cherry Red Books) $22.95 – Answers such Residential questions as: Were they really Talking Heads and Brian Eno in disguise? What is a Cryptic Corporation? Who was Nigel Senada? Did they really forget about recording an album? How’s Randy doing now? And what kind of a band sells a fridge full of records for $100,000 anyway?

Pickman’s Model: A Weird Tale by Nick Blinko & H.P. Lovecraft (Crna Hronika) $40.00 – “Pickman’s Model” is an elegant short story by H.P. Lovecraft, originally published in Weird Tales in 1927. Nick Blinko’s starkly managed minutia serves as wonderful accompaniment to the story of the deranged artist who paints from dread-inspiring life.

*FICTION*

Knockout: Stories Knock Out by John Jodzio (Soft Skull) $15.95

Book of Numbers by Joshua Cohen $18.00 – A tech mogul hires a ghostwriter for his memoirs, which leads him on a mind-bending world tour from Palo Alto to Dubai and beyond, initiating him into the secret pretext of the autobiography project and the life-or-death stakes that surround its publication.

*ESSAYS*

The Folded Clock: A Diary by Heidi Julavits $15.00 – Rereading her childhood diaries, Heidi Julavits (founding editor of The Believer magazine) hoped to find incontrovertible proof that she was always destined to be a writer. Instead, they “revealed me to possess the mind of a phobic tax auditor.” Thus was born a desire to try again, to chronicle her daily life—now as an adult. A meditation on time and self, faith and fate, art and ambition.

Is that Kafka?: 99 Finds by Reiner Stach $27.95 – Out of the massive research for an authoritative 1,500-page biography emerges this wunderkammer of 99 delightfully odd facts about Kafka.

On the Government of the Living: Lectures at the Collège de France, 1979-1980 by Michel Foucault $22.00

*SCIENCE!*

What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Munroe $24.00

At the Edge of Uncertainty: 11 Discoveries Taking Science by Surprise by Michael Brooks $17.95

Professional Guinea Pig: Big Pharma and the Risky World of Human Subjects by Roberto Abadie $22.95

The Undersea Network by Nicole Starosielski $25.95 – Hey! The internet isn’t made out of satellites! It’s made out of tubes underwater!

*RADICAL PARENTING*

Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Front Lines, ed by Alexis Pauline Gumbs, China Martens & Mai’a Williams (PM Press) $17.95 – Inspired by the legacy of radical and queer black feminists of the 1970s and ’80s, Revolutionary Mothering places marginalized mothers of color at the center of a world of necessary transformation.

*MAGAZINES*

The Baffler #30 $14.00

Modern Farmer #11 Spr 16 $7.99

Kinfolk vol 19 The Adrenaline Issue $18.00

Relix #270 Mar 16 $6.99

Wire #385 Mar 16 $9.99

Shots #131 $7.25

Film Comment Mar Apr 16 vol 52 #2 $5.95

Clever Root Win Spr 16 vol 1 #2 $10.00

Mass Appeal #56 $9.99

Cineaste vol 41 #2 $8.00

*LIT JOURNALS*

Granta #134 Win 16 No Mans Land $16.99

Girls Our Age #1 Pilot Issue 2016 $12.00

*SEXXXY STUFF*

coldmeat

Cold Meat Zine, ed. by Caroline Paquita (Pegacorn Press) $5.00 – These works were compiled to highlight some of the best examples of BDSM fetish art, from the collection of Cold Meat, a print connoisseur based in San Francisco, California. Ranging roughly from 1900-1970, a majority of these images were originally published in underground fetish digests, flagellation novels, chapbooks, and illicit magazines of the time.