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New Stuff This Week


Summerland by Paloma Dawkins $9.00


PWF Pro Wrestling Feelings #4 by Ed Blair $5.00

Heat of a Thousand Suns by Kerry Ann Lee $15.00

Namaste Motherfucker #4 by Ben Terrall $5.00

Street vol 3 & 4 by Alexander Mouton $6.00 each

DIY Colorization by Grace Rother $6.00

zines by Maira $3.00 each
Manic Again Again
August 23rd 2016



Mutant Punks Fuck Off! #2 by Kevin Panetta & Jared Morgan (Retrofit) $3.00 – The Vomit Lords are dead! Now that we’ve got those snot-nosed wastoids out of the way, it’s time for The Nimrods to run this town!!!

Libbys Dad by Eleanor Davis $8.00

Parsley Girl Carrots by Matthew Swan (Avery Hill Publishing) $8.00

Our Mother by Luke Howard $9.00

Airplane Food #2 the Appalling Diet of Todays Teenagers by Tyler Callich $5.00

Lower East Side Story #5 Double Issue by Pete Friedrich $5.75

Comestible #2 Sum 16 by Anna Brones $12.00

Jim Siergey minis! $3.00 each
Hank the Handy Handgun
Pete the Pit Bull Puppy
Scary Stories From the Bible #1
Hail Hail Shlock N Roll: A Celebration of Bad Taste and Decadence in Rock N Roll Music

Nerd Jam #5 by Olivier Wilkie $6.00

Social Media Adventures by Ian McCulloch $3.00



Garden of Flesh by Gilbert Hernandez (Fantagraphics) $12.99 – An erotic, full color retelling of the story of Adam and Eve up to Noah’s Ark. Va-va-voooooom!

I Thought You Hated Me by Marinaomi (Retrofit) $9.00

Lumberjanes TPB vol 4 Out of Time by Noelle Stevenson & friends $14.99 & Lumberjanes to the Max Edition vol 2 $39.99

City Inside by Tillie Walden (Avery Hill) $11.00 – Congrats to Tillie for two 2016 Ignatz awards (for “The End of Summer” [Outstanding Artist] and “I Love This Part” [Promising New Talent])!

Mooncop by Tom Gauld (D&Q) $19.95

American Blood by Benjamin Marra (Fantagraphics) $19.99

Cultural Jet Lag by Jim Siergey $19.99 – A collection of the underground comics classic!

Goodnight Punpun vol 3 by Inio Asano $24.99

In Fox’s Forest by Guy Colwell (Fantagraphics) $16.99

Neil Gaiman’s Teknophage vol 2 with Bryan Talbot & more $14.99 – The 65 million year-old intelligent dinosaur known as Teknophage has begun to lose his grip on his awesome power over untold universes and possibly what passes for his sanity.

Massive Ninth Wave Library Edition by Brian Wood and friends $24.99

Pterodactyl Hunters in the Gilded City by Brandon Leach (Secret Acres) $20.00 – A fancy new hard cover edition.

Outside the Panels TPB Comics by Pete Friedrich 1982-2012 $12.75


Morbid Curiosities: Collections of the Uncommon and the Bizarre by Paul Gambino $30.00

Vampyres: Genesis and Resurrection: from Count Dracula to Vampirella by Christopher Frayling $29.95

Atlas Obscura: An Explorers Guide to the World’s Hidden Wonders by Joshua Foer and Dylan Thuras $35.00

Beauty of Horror: A Goregeous Coloring Book by Alan Robert $17.99


Kamala vol 2 Feminist Folktales from Around the World by Ethel Johnston Phelps (Feminist Press) $14.95

Carousel of Desire by Eric Emmanuel Schmitt (Europa Editions) $21.00 – Zachary Bidermann, the powerful European Union commissioner; Faustina, the fashionable book publicist; François-Maxime de Couvigne, the happily married banker with more than a few secrets; Marcelle, enamored with a handsome illegal immigrant; Miss Beauvert, who makes love with her parrot, Copernicus. These and many more unforgettable characters animate this story of simmering desire and the antics of the mischievous and playful god, Eros.

Scratch by Steve Himmer $15.95 – Builder Martin Blaskett has spent his life drifting and rootless before arriving in a small forest town where he hopes to find a home for himself. But his own dreams get tangled into the web of signals and stories and local legends and lives that have enmeshed the landscape for ages.

Reputations by Juan Gabriel Vasquez $25.00 – An influential political cartoonist revaluates his work after an unexpected visit from a guest.

Last Party a Novel by SB Gamble $15.99


David Bowie: Color the Starman (Feral House) $15.95 – Contributors include: Mica O’Herlihy, Mike Diana, Steve Krakow, and Tony Millionaire.


Bad Moon Rising: How the Weather Underground Beat the FBI and Lost the Revolution by A.M. Eckstein $35.00

Wikileaks Files: The World According to US Empire by Julian Assange $19.95

The Israel-Arab Reader: A Documentary History of the Middle East Conflict: Eighth Revised and Updated Edition edited by Walter Laqueur & Dan Schueftan $22.00


The Tao of Bill Murray: Real Life Stories of Joy, Enlightenment and Party Crashing by Gavin Edwards $26.00



Bust #101 Oct Nov 16 $6.99

Hello Mr #8 About Men Who Date Men $20.00

Gratuitous Type #4.5 $12.00 – For the design nerds.

Tape Op #115 Sep Oct 16 $4.95

New Jewish Youth #1 a New Journal of Jewish Dissident Voices $2.00

Brownbook #58 An Urban Guide to the Middle East Baklawa $26.90

Mojo #275 On Tour With the Beatles $11.99

Fondle Magazine #5 $20.00

True Crime Sep 16 $9.99

Vive Le Rock #38 Two Tone Skad For Life $11.99

CR Fashion Book #9 Fall Win 16 Marie Antoinette $30.00

Wire #391 Sep 16 $9.99

Make vol 53 Oct Nov 16 $9.99

Little White Lies #66 Sep Oct 16 $12.99


The First Line vol 18 #3 Fall 16 $4.00


Meat #21 $20.00 or Deluxe Edition that comes with 2017 Calendar $35.00


Drinks: A Users Guide by Adam McDowell, illustrated by Kagan McLeod $20.00 – Includes cocktails, spirits, wine and beer for every day and every occasion.


Great Antonio by Elise Gravel $12.95

Lines on Nanas Face by Simona Ciraolo (Flying Eye) $17.95

Happy Hunter by Roger Duvoisin (Enchanted Lion) $16.95

New Stuff This Week

Krampus and the Old Dark Christmas Roots and Rebirth of the Folkloric Devil (Feral House ) $28.00 – Written by Al Ridenour, who has lectured on Krampus at the Goethe Institutes in Los Angeles. Designed by Sean Tejaratchi of Crap Hound fame!


The Horror Art of Corinne Halbert $13.00

Unholy Book by Corinne Halbert $5.00

8 Track Mind #103.1 Echoes From the Glory Days $1.00

Daydreamers by Syed Zeeshan Iqbal and Allison Molloy $15.00

MicroSatan Mag #3 $3.00

Rip Roast Shred Gnar a BMX ZIne by Matt Hoffman $2.00

Life Without Booze Reflections on Six Montsh Sober by Taryn Hipp $2.00

Chipped Teeth #4 A Perzine About Mental Health $3.00


TRUE STORIES #2 by Derf vol 2 $5.99

Can of Air #2 by Peter E Rosales $2.00


Complete Neat Stuff Box Set by Peter Bagge (Fantagraphics) $59.99

Nicolas by Pascal Girard $14.95

Ghosts TPB by Raina Telgemeier $10.99

Creepy Case Files of Margo Maloo $15.99

Moonshot TPB vol 1 The Indigenous Comics Collection by Hope Nicholson $17.99


Slab Serif Type Century of Bold Letterforms by various $34.95

Show Me Your Guts Coloring Book by Artery Ink $19.95

Taxidermy HC by Alexis Turner $14.98


Life Is A Rip Off by John Inzane Olson (Third Man Books) $25.00 -LIFE IS A RIP OFF, published by Jack White’s imprint Third Man Records, is a collection of surprisingly untraditional record reviews which Olson wrote over the course of 365 days. Don’t miss John Olson (known for among other things, being from Wolf Eyes) reading from this book here at Quimby’s on Oct 8th!

Post Punk Then and Now by Gavin Butt & friends $14.99



Jerusalem by Alan Moore $35.00 – Not a graphic novel as you would expect from Mr. Moore, but an epic novel that channels both the ecstatic visions of William Blake and the theoretical physics of Albert Einstein through the hardscrabble streets and alleys of his hometown of Northampton, UK. Vagrants, prostitutes, and ghosts rub shoulders with Oliver Cromwell, Samuel Beckett, James Joyce’s tragic daughter Lucia, and Buffalo Bill, among many others. An art exhibition is in preparation, and above the world a naked old man and a beautiful dead baby race along the Attics of the Breath toward the heat death of the universe.

Empty Ones by Robert Brockway $24.99

Girlfriends, Ghosts, and Other Stories by Robert Walser $15.95

Tree or A Person or A Wall by Matt Bell $16.00


I’ll Tell You In Person Essays by Chloe Caldwell $16.95

Things That Can And Cannot Be Said: Essays and Conversation by Arundhati Roy and John Cusack $10.95


Untimely Demise: A Darkly Humorous Presentation of 365 Deadly Deeds by various $16.95


Maximumrocknroll #401 Oct 16 $4.99

Wire #391 Sep 16 $9.99

Make vol 53 Oct Nov 16 $9.99

Neural #54 $7.99

Skeptic vol 21 #3 16 $6.95

Shindig #58 Yardbirds $12.99

Laphams Quarterly vol 9 #4 Fall 16 Flesh $18.00

Haunted Mysteries and Legends Magazine Fall 16 $9.99

Horror Hound #61 Sep Oct 16 Elvira Mistress of the Dark $6.99

High Times Best of #82 16 Growing For One $6.99


Soft Touch Redux by N. Cowdry $5.00


King Baby by Kate Beaton $17.99

Worst Breakfast by China Mieville & Zak Smith $16.95

Hilda and the Stone Forest by Luke Pearson $19.95

The Bear Who Wasnt There and the Fabulous Forest by Oren Lavie (Akashic) $17.95


All Black Cats Are Not Alike by various $15.95


Cyclogeography: Journeys of A London Bicycle Courier by Jon Day $18.95

New Stuff This Week


Quimbys Bookstore 25th T-shirt by Gabby Schulz $15.99Modeled by the artist himself above. Celebrate two and a half decades of the weirdest bookstore on the planet by wearing a Quimby’s t-shirt designed by comics artist and Quimby’s employee extraordinaire Mr. Gabby Schulz (aka Ken Dahl), author of such fine books as Sick, Monsters and Welcome to the Dahl House, and who is responsible for many of the winning signs around the store. These shirts were printed locally, by our friends at Sharprint Decorated Apparel, and we couldn’t be happier with the work they’ve done. These chino-printed 4 color babies come on a white shirt and declare to the world, Quimby’s has been “tenaciously resisting the 21st Century Since 1991.”


Chris Ware Quimby’s 25th Print in 2 sizes!
It’s a model of our store that you can make your very own in-house Quimby’s to stare at any time you want. It also explains, in the poetic way that only Mr. Ware can, the story of the store, his relationship with it, and some of the key players in the store: including the original and current owners as well as the manager. Don’t miss this chance to build your very own Quimby’s! PLUS! The smaller edition of this print has an Acme Novelty Library comic on the back by Mr. Ware, originally published in Chicago’s very NewCity in 1996, featuring Jimmy Corrigan learning about freak culture here at this fine establishment, then disseminating his first Xeroxed foray into fringe publishing.


Ever Evolving Bastion of Freakdom: A Quimby’s Bookstore History In Words and Pictures by Liz Mason, Keith Helt and Steven Svymbersky $6.00 – The story of the early days of Quimby’s up through today. Pictures, graphics, juice, from employees, shoppers, consignors and artists that have frequented the store’s hallowed doors. This special “ashcan edition” is a limited print run zine to celebrate the store’s silver jubilee and documents much of the mirth and mayhem that has made Quimby’s the place that it is. We are proud to unveil it.

Coming this week!:


Pre-order QuimBrew by Marz Community Brewing & Quimby’s Bookstore with an awesome label by the amazing Chicago artist Laura Park. Order it from The Beer Temple, and your shipment will come with the Quimby’s oral history zine!


Somnambulist #27 Two Friends Talk About Their Cities by Martha Grover $5.00

Lady Teeth issues #4-8 by Taryn Hipp, various prices $2.00


Sparrows Dragon: A Prelude by Ariel Chan $6.00

Shape Denter #1 & Modern Place vol 1 by Rodger Binyone (No-Man Illustration) $20.00 each

Hairless Who #3 by Joe Tallarico $6.00

Good Area by Dan Dandrea $1.00

Weird View Weird Few by Evah Fan $6.00

Fluke Fanzine #13 with Tav Falco $4.00


Dabs Myla Before and Further (Gingko Press) $24.95

Shelter: Moki (Gingko Press) $29.95

A Cycling Lexicon: Bicycle Headbadges from a Bygone Era by Phil Carter & Jeff Conner (Gingko Press) $19.95

Street Book: Writer’s Walk by Benjamin Legan (Publikat) $24.95 – 32 different city settings filled with buses, benches, subway platforms and other features for you tag and mess up.

Steampunk: The Art of Retro-Futurism by Dopress Books (CYPI Press) $39.95

The Jukebox Coloring Book by The Jukebox Cowboys (Publikat) $12.95 – A bunch o’artists illustrated songs by artists like Johnny Cash, the Village People, and Grandmaster Flash — now you can color them in.


Hard-Core: Life of My Own by Harley Flanagan (Feral House) $23.95 – Memoir from the founder of the Cro-Mags.

Oh So Pretty: Punk in Print 1976-1980 by Rick Poynor (Phaidon) $29.95

Swim Through the Darkness: My Search for Craig Smith and the Mystery of Maitreya Kali by Mike Stax (Ferl House) $19.95 – Craig Smith was a 1960s golSwimThroughTheDarkness_Cover_small-e1469737892615den boy – good looking, charismatic, outgoing; a preternaturally gifted musician and songwriter whose songs were recorded by some of the biggest names in entertainment – Andy Williams, Glen Campbell, the Monkees. Starting out his career on the Andy Williams Show as a member of the Good Time Singers, Smith next teamed up with Chris Ducey in the duo Chris & Craig, then the Penny Arkade, a talented group mentored and produced by Mike Nesmith of the Monkees. Smith’s future success seemed assured, until an unexpected turn of events plunged him into a terrifying darkness. Clean-cut Craig Smith became Maitreya Kali, the self-proclaimed psychedelic Messiah. He laid out his poignant, disturbing schizophrenic vision on a sprawling self-released double-album before disappearing completely. Author Mike Stax spent fifteen years piecing together the mystery of Maitreya Kali, uncovering one of the strangest and most tragic untold stories of the 1960s and ‘70s.

Terminated for Reasons of Taste: Other Ways to Hear Essential and Inessential Music by Chuck Eddy (Duke U Press) $26.95


Late Stories by Stephen Dixon (Curbside Splendor) $16.95


Demand the Impossible: A Radical Manifesto by Bill Ayers (Haymarket) $14.95


Wrong Quarterly Issue #4 $9.99


Charlotte Wander On by Matt Cubberly & Irene Kovalova $20.00

Blip: A Toon Book by Barnaby Richards (Raw Junior) $12.95

New Stuff This Week



Telegram #39 by Maranda Elizabeth $3.00


Walks of Life #1 by Michelle Wanhala $5.00

Living Southerners #5 Sep 16 by J Wu $2.00

Soda Killers #10 & #11 $5.00 each

Yollocalli Zine Made by Teens at Yollocalli Arts Reach $8.00

Journey To Bunny Island $20.00

Telegram #38 Critical Breakfast #1 split zine Oct 15 by Maranda Elizabeth & and Amber Dearest $3.00

Secondhand Emotion A Zine about Love Anxiety Gender Race and Feelings by Cassandra $3.00

Fuggles A Beer Zine #1 Sum 16 $3.50

zines by Shawn Granton :
Bike Fun Primer Urban Adventure League $2.00
New Old Stock #1 The Illustrated Journal of a Civilized Cyclist Urban Adventure League $3.00 – Also issue #1 3/8 available for $3.00.

Disruptor: Exploring Seattle Punk and Hardcore #1 Spr 16 & #2 by Lucas Reif $5.00 each

KerBloom #121 Jul Aug 16 $2.00

Margin Creep #5 $10.00

Still $20.00

Long Exposure $10.00

Super Sloppy Obstacle Carnage by Alicia Rose $5.00

It Will Be Okay by Miss Muffcake $2.50


Forever and Everything #1 by Kyle Bravo $8.00

Feedback #14 The Grand Finale by John Isaacson $4.00

Blubber #3 by Gilbert Hernandez $3.99

Sun Bakery #3 by Corey Lewis $5.99

Her Pleasure $7.00

Miraculous Healing by Emily Schulert $10.00

TV Deep Fry by Logan Kruidenier $7.00

Sir Alfred Number 3 A Comic Biography of Alfred Hitchcock by Tim Hensley (Pigeon Press) $24.99 – Final publication from Pigeon Press.


Real Deal Comix by Lawrence “Rawdog” Hubbard and H.P. McElwee (Fantagraphics) $29.99

Longest Day of the Future by Lucas Varela (Fantagraphics) $24.99

Arresting Development: Comics at the Boundaries of Literature by Christopher Pizzino (U of Texas Press) $29.95

Snake Tales, Chilling Archives of Horror Comics by Crig Yoe $24.99

Black Panther Book 1 A Nation Under Our Feet by Ta-Nehisi Coates & Brian Stelfreeze $16.99


Fauxlosophy by Ron English (Carpet Bombing Culture) $17.95

Let Her Be Free: Icy and Sot: Stencil Artists from Iran by Icy and Sot (Lebowski Publishers) $29.99

Imponderable: The Archives of Tony Oursler by Branden Jospeh et. al (JRP Ringier) $65.00

Sam Is Not My Uncle: The USA in Cuban Poster and Billboard Art by Alfons Gonzalez Quesada (Casa America Catalunya) $25.00

Chicago: A Love Story Greeting Card by Johnny Sampson $4.00 – Plus! Some Johnny Sampson stickers!

Themed Sticker Bomb sets, each $8.95: Zombies, Vampires, Robots

Bad Girls Throughout History: 100 Remarkable Women Who Changed the World by Ann Shen $19.95

Psychobook: Games, Tests, Questionnaires, Histories by Julian Rothenstein $40.00 – Reveals the rich history of psychological testing in a fascinating sideways look at classic testing methods, from word-association games to inkblots to personality tests. Includes never-before-seen content from long-hidden archives, as well as reimagined tests from contemporary artists and writers, to try out yourself, at home or at parties. A great gift for the therapist in your life and the therapist in you, for anyone interested in the history of psychology and psychological paraphernalia.


We Speak Chicagoese: Stories and Poems by Chicago Writers by Bill Donlon et al. $15.95

Strange Case of Rachel K. by Rachel Kushner $10.95

Children of Lovecraft ed. by Ellen Datlow (Dark House) $19.99 – Stories inspired by Lovecraft by Brian Hodge, Siobhan Carroll, A.C. Wise and more.

Nix: A Novel by Nathan Hill $27.95


World in Flames: A Black Boyhood in a White Supremacist Doomsday Cult by Jerald Walker $24.95

ZeroZeroZero: Look at Cocaine and All You See Is Powder. Look Through Cocaine and You See the World. by by Roberto Saviano $18.00

Smile Now, Cry Later: Guns, Gangs, and Tattoos-My Life in Black and Gray by Freddy Negrete $30.00

Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla: Biography of a Genius by Marc Seifer $21.95


Guillermo Del Toro: At Home with Monsters, Inside His Films Notebooks and Collections (Insight Editions) $29.99

Dario Argento: The Man, the Myths & the Magic by Alan Jones (FAB Press) $49.95

Joy Devotion: The Importance of Ian Curtis and Fan Culture by Jennifer Otter Bickerdike $19.95


Be Cool: A Memoir, Sort Of by Ben Tanzer (Dock Street Press) $18.95

Against Everything: Essays by Mark Grief $28.95

Beyond the Robot: The Life and Work of Colin Wilson by Gary Lachman $26.00


Close to Home: A Materialist Analysis of Womens Oppression by Christine Delphy $23.95


Bitch #72 Fall 16 Kids These Days $6.95

Juxtapoz #189 Oct 16 $6.99

The Baffler #32 Muzak of the Spheres $14.00

Upping The Anti #18 Journal of Theory and Action $13.00

Majestic Disorder #7 $18.99

Kinfolk vol 21 The Home Issue $18.00

Toilet Paper #13 $16.00

Mojo 60s #6 Hendrix Celebrating Rock’s Decade of Cool $15.99

Taproot #19 Wander $12.00

Ugly Things #42 $9.95

Radical Philosophy #199 Sep Oct 16 $13.00

Under the Radar #58 Sep 16 $5.99

Girls and Corpses vol 10 Sum Fall 16 $8.95

Skeptical Inquirer vol 40 #5 40th Anniversary $5.99

Uncut #232 Sep 16 Tom Waits $10.99

White Fungus #15 $13.99

Wicked Visions Magazine vol #2 $18.00

Soft Magazine #1 $18.00 & #2 $25.00

Wax Poetics #65 16 Tribe Called Quest $11.99

True Crime Aug 16 $9.99

Offscreen #15 People Behind Bits and Pixels $20.00


Sheriff Nottinghams Holiday Herald #7 vol 2 issue 3 Womens Day $10.00

Lost Horizon #1 by Wilfredo Merced $6.00


Elska #7 Cardiff Wales $18.50

Sticker My Boobs 100 Boobtastic Stickers for Adults by by D.D. Stacks (Happy Hen) $9.99

Pinups #19 Vincent Tiley and #20 Akrum Salem $14.00 each


Bad Little Childrens Books: Kid Lit Parodies, Shameless Spoofs, Offensively Tweaked Covers by Arthur C. Gackley $14.95


Toby Snax by Kristin Hersh $14.95 – Throwing Muse throws a children’s book.

Lucy and Andy Neanderthal by Jeffrey Brown $12.99

New Stuff This Week

Signal 05 a Journal of International Political Graphics and Culture ed. by Josh MacPhee (PM Press) $14.95 – Dedicated to documenting and sharing compelling graphics, art projects, and cultural movements of international resistance and liberation struggles.


My Damage: The Story of A Punk Rock Survivor by Keith Morris with Jim Ruland (Da Capo Press) $24.99 – Over the course of his forty-year career with Black Flag, the Circle Jerks, and OFF!, vocalist Keith Morris battled diabetes, drug and alcohol addiction, and the record industry…and he’s still going strong.


Library Excavations #3 Periodical Business by Marc Fischer (Half Letter Press) $6.00 – From the publisher’s website, written by Marc Fischer: “The Chicago Public Library’s Harold Washington Library Center is home to a vast collection of bound business periodicals. The many shelves are filled with titles­ that will be foreign to industry outsiders. Some date back to the late 1800s. These are primarily publications sent directly to business executives and their company offices, or to institutional libraries, rather than newsstands. The beauty of a public library is that visitors with zero credentials can enjoy decades’ worth of these insider publications, without ever improving our work wardrobes or falsifying our credentials. This booklet is also an appreciation of the binderies that collate and sew these magazines into indestructible bound volumes. The foil stamped titles on the hard covers have a leveling effect, allowing us to consider Modern Power Systems alongside Quick Frozen Foods, as though power plants and pizza are equally important. These photos were taken in July and August 2016. I hope that they will entice others to explore these periodicals, and interrogate the value systems, ideologies, and visual pleasures they contain.”

2 Atomic Elbow thingies:
Atomic Elbow #18 by Robert Newsome $5.00
Atomic Elbow Professional Wrestling Fanzine, The Second Four Issues $10.00 – Collects issues #5-#8!

Kimchi #1 by Seth Ginsburg $2.00

Pill Bottles Make Terrible Roller Skates photo zine by Clarisse Casalino $8.00

This Cook Book is Made for Jesus by Susan Cianciolo $10.00

Power Profiles vol #1 by Klon J. Waldrip $5.00

I Don’t Give A Shit About Your Star Sign by Franky Mariachi $8.00

Nightcore by Matthew Moen $6.00

Arty zines from Draw Down Books!
Lady Parts by Kristen Liu-Wong $14.00 – A zine of fierce females and sci-fi warrior women by American artist Kristen Liu-Wong.
Face Only A Mother Could Love by Will Bryant $10.00
Working It Out by Justyna Szczepankiewicz $14.00
Dead Ringer by Daniel Zender $14.00
Who Claims by Tim Lahan $14.00

2 zines by Nichole:
A Visitor In Myself #5 Win 16 $2.00
Pieces #13 On Being A Romantic Asexual $3.00 – Goes into Nichole’s experience of living as a romantic asexual. A little asexuality 101, mostly focuses on growing up as a gray-a in a sexual world, navigating relationships, dating site ignorance, desexualizing touch, common phrases of invalidation, and using self-transformative psychodrama to process it all. Recommended.


Donald Trump is the Antichrist by CJ & Troy Davis $3.50 – Jack Chick style! Perhaps the best way to describe this is the review of it on the publisher’s website from um, cultural critic spectral_ev who comments: “I have read many a Chick Tract but none so great as this.” You don’t need to know much more than that, that it’s awesome. -LM

New Flyer by Tim Brown $9.00

Island #10 $7.99


Koyama Press graphic novels!:
Hot or Not: 20th-Century Male Artists by Jessica Campbell $10.00 – The history of twentieth-century art is filled with men, but one key component has always been missing: which of these men are boneable, and which are not. Local comics artist Jessica Campbell has created the definitive resource on the subject in this hilarious rundown of male artist hotness and notness. With scratchy-off stuff on the cover!
The Collected Cat Rackham by Steve Wolfhard $19.95
Exits by Daryl Seitchik $15.00

March (Trilogy Slipcase Set) by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin & Nate Powell (Top Shelf) $49.99 – By and about congressman John Lewis, a leader in the American Civil Rights Movement.

Sprawling Heart by Sab Meynert (2D Cloud) $9.95


Cleon Peterson by Christopher Sleboda and Kathleen Sleboda (Draw Down Books) $24.95 – Compellingly gory beheading and riots in this first monograph from this artist.

Avies Dream: An Afro Femenist Coloring Book by Makeda Lewis (Feminist Press) $13.95


Don’t Suck Don’t Die: Giving Up Vic Chesnutt by Kristin Hersh (U of Texas Press) $14.95 – A quadriplegic who could play only simple chords on his guitar, Chesnutt recorded seventeen critically acclaimed albums before his death in 2009. Everybody from Madonna to Fugazi have covered his songs. Kristin Hersh from Throwing Muses writes about being friends with him. Now in soft cover.

David Bowie and Philosophy: Rebel, Rebel by Theodore Ammon (Open Court) $19.95 – Among the topics explored in David Bowie and Philosophy are the nature of Bowie as an institution and a cult; Bowie’s work in many platforms, including movies and TV; Bowie’s spanning of low and high art; his relation to Andy Warhol; the influence of Buddhism and Kabuki theater; the recurring theme of Bowie as a space alien; the dystopian element in Bowie’s thinking; the role of fashion in Bowie’s creativity; the aesthetics of theatrical rock and glam rock; and Bowie’s public identification with bisexuality and his influence within the LGBTQ community.


Black Wave by Michelle Tea (Feminist Press) $18.95 – It’s the end of the world! In a bookstore!

Jason Stevans and the Mayan Apocalypse by Matt Goralka $10.99


Dreaming Wide Awake: Lucid Dreaming, Shamanic Healing, and Psychedelics by David Jay Brown $19.95


Boneshaker #43-500 A Bicycling Almanac $8.00 – Not based in Chicago, but there are Chicago-specific things in here! All old-timey and penny-farthingy. Tally ho!

School #3 Women and Japanese Culture $10.00


The Point #12 Sum 16 $12.00 – This issue: What is poetry for?

Black Fox Literary Magazine #14 Five Year Anniversary Issue $14.00

Parody vol 5 #1 $5.00 – The Weird Al of lit journals!


Burts Way Home by John Martz (Koyama Press) $17.95

Ape and Armadillo Take Over the World by James Sturm (Toon Books) $12.95