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New Stuff This Week

Infernal Grotesque: Classical Paintings Of Hell, Demons, Witchcraft & Death by Gianfranco Sodoma (Deicide Press) $34.95 – From the Illuminated Masters series that collects images from the Renaissance and Baroque periods, steeped in beautiful horror, swirling with bizarre and hallucinatory nightmare. These images from 1400-1700 feature landscapes of Hell populated by demons, twisted monsters and the bloody tortures of the damned; saints tormented by infernal visions of devils, sin and the corruption of the flesh; witches’ sabbats of baby-eating, corpse resurrection and bestial fornication; and, finally, grim evocations of death, scattered with skulls, as a warning against earthly avarice and pride.

*ZINES*

Library Excavations #6 Notice to the Trade $6.00

East Village Inky #58 Harlem by Ayun Halliday $3.00

Kaleidoscope of Flies #1 $10.00

Momlove by Matan Oren $8.00

Purple Myrtle Squeegy, various issues, $1.50 each

Absurdly Yours #3 $1.00

Urban Guerrilla #19 $10.00

Razorblades and Aspirin #1 $8.00

*COMICS & MINIS*

Comics by Rachel Bard $5.00 each: Burning Out, Changelings

Sweaty vol 2 by Caroline Cash $12.00 – The second collection of hilarious short comics from local favorite Caroline Cash. Come for the examination of shoujo manga tropes, stay for the hilarious misuse of Hulu’s one-month free trial policy (a helpful takeaway!). Also features cool exploded anatomical renderings and creepy-cute corgis. -Lane

Comics by Conor Stechschulte: Fence $5.00, Tintering $8.00

*GRAPHIC NOVELS*

Heretics!: The Wondrous (and Dangerous) Beginnings of Modern Philosophy by Steven & Ben Nadler (Princeton University Press) $22.95 – Delightful intro to 16th-century philosophy by local father-son duo!

Architecture of an Atom by Juliacks (2dcloud) $44.95

Demon vol 3 by Jason Shiga $19.99 – The continuing adventures of Jimmy Yee, who finds immortality is dull.

Black Science TPB vol 6 Forbidden Realms and Hidden Truths by Rick Remender and Matteo Scalera $16.99

*ART & DESIGN BOOKS*

Feeling is Mutual by Rebecca Memoli $15.00

*FICTION*

The Empty Ones: A Novel by Robert Brockway $14.99 – In The Vicious Circuit series about mysterious angel-like creatures and cult activity.

*OUTER LIMITS*

Ancient Alien Ancestors: Advanced Technologies That Terraformed Our World by Will Hart $20.00 – Explores evidence for the theory of directed panspermia–that life on Earth and the landscape of Earth itself was engineered by extraterrestrials.

The Noble English Art of Self-Defence by Ned Donnelly (Pushkin Press) $9.95 – From The London Library series that reprints hilarious older books with outdated preposterousness. This one: 19th century boxing instructor with charming illustrations of a slightly paunchy boxer.

*MAGAZINES*

Bust #106 Aug Sep 17 Gina Rodriguez $6.99

Offscreen #17 The Human Side of Technology $20.00

Make vol 58 Aug Sep 17 The Community Issue $12.95

Fortean Times #355 Jul 17 $12.50

Fader #110 July Aug 17 Summer Music Issue $6.99

*CHAP BOOKS*

Golden Wedding Whiskey by Suzanna Zak $15.00

I Miss You With All 8000 Nerves of my Clitoris by Kay Kron $3.00

New Stuff This Week

Songy of Paradise by Gary Panter (Fantagraphics) $34.99 – An inspired interpretation of John Milton’s retelling of the story of Jesus being tempted by Satan after being baptized by John the Baptist and fasting for forty days and nights in the Judaean Desert. Panter’s version doesn’t rely on Milton’s words, but faithfully follows the structure of Milton’s Paradise Regained, with one notable exception: Jesus has been replaced by a hillbilly, Songy, who is on a vision quest before being tempted by a chimeric Satan figure.

*ZINES*

My Aim Is True #12 by Carrie $2.00

Running Ivy #1 Day Shrooming $13.00 $13.00

Mitsu Zine #1 $10.00

Preoccupied With the History Department #1 PWTHD

*COMICS & MINIS*

Elsewhere #2 by Lindsay Mathers $5.00

Pods by Julia Gootzeit $5.00

Middle Planet #1 $5.00

(No) Pain: A Guide to Injury Prevention For Cartoonists by Kriota Willberg $7.00

*GRAPHIC NOVELS*

Palookaville #23 Keeps the Heat Away by Seth $22.95 – The conclusion of Clyde Fans, the iconic cartoonist’s most famous storyline.

Fetch: How a Bad Dog Brought Me Home by Nicole J. Georges $17.95

The Airship Adventures of Little Nemo by Winsor McCay (Taschen) $15.00 – Gathers all of Little Nemo’s colorful airship adventures in Slumberland, totaling 69 installments, first published between January 1910 and April 1911.

Shit and Piss by Tyler Landry (Retrofit) $10.00

Adventure Time Original Graphic Novel vol 10: The Ooorient Express $14.99

*ART & DESIGN*

Femina and Fauna by Camilla D’Errico (Dark Horse) $24.99 – Improved and updated 2nd edition, showcasing the captivating artwork of superstar artist Camilla d’Errico, whose singular passion and extraordinary creative talents have taken her career into the heights of such diverse realms as comic book and manga art, pop surrealist painting, fashion, toy design, video games, feature films, and more!

From the Platform 2: More NYC Subway Graffiti, 1983–1989 by Paul & Kenny Cavalieri (Schiffer) $34.99

*POLITICS & REVOLUTION*

Regretting Motherhood: A Study by Orna Donath (North Atlantic Books) $15.95 – Women who opt not to be mothers are frequently warned that they will regret their decision later in life, yet we rarely talk about the possibility that the opposite might also be true—that women who have children might regret it. Drawing on years of research interviewing women from a variety of socioeconomic, educational, and professional backgrounds, sociologist Orna Donath treats regret as a feminist issue: as regret marks the road not taken, we need to consider whether alternative paths for women currently are blocked off. She asks that we pay attention to what is forbidden by rules governing motherhood, time, and emotion, including the cultural assumption that motherhood is a “natural” role for women—for the sake of all women, not just those who regret becoming mothers.

Look for Me in the Whirlwind: From the Panther 21 to 21st-Century Revolutions, Edited by Matt Meyer & déqui kioni-sadiki (PM Press) $26.95 – In 1969 the FBI and New York Police Department rounded up the Black Panther 21 in order to disrupt and destroy the organization that was attracting young people around the world interested in Black liberation. Involving charges of conspiracy to commit violent acts, the Panther 21 trial revealed the illegal government activities which led to exile, imprisonment on false charges, and assassination of Black liberation leaders. Solidarity for the 21 also extended well beyond “movement” circles and included mainstream publication of this, their collective autobiography, which is reprinted here for the first time.

Policing the Black Man: Arrest, Prosecution, and Imprisonment by Angela J. Davis $27.95

Rad American Women A-Z Postcards by by Kate Schatz & Miriam Klein Stahl $12.99

*FICTION*

The Forensic Records Society by Magnus Mills $26.00 – Two vinyl geeks create a weekly society for the appreciation of records at their local pub. It rises! It schisms! It gets surreal!

My Best Friend’s Exorcism: A Novel by Grady Hendrix $14.99 – Unholy supernatural thriller hybrid of Beaches and The Exorcist with angst, horror & 80s pop songs.

*ESSAYS*

Ars Botanica by Tim Taranto (Curbside Splendor) $14.95 – Hybrid memoir-poetry-illustration examinations of the ways in which various cultures and religions carry grief, written as letters to his unborn child.

*MUSIC & FILM BOOKS*

Freedom, Rhythm & Sound: Revolutionary Jazz Original Cover Art 1965–83, Edited by Gilles Peterson, Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Publications) $34.95

Once Upon a Time in Shaolin: The Untold Story of Wu-Tang Clan’s Million-Dollar Secret Album, the Devaluation of Music, and America’s New Public Enemy No. 1 by Cyrus Bozorgmehr $26.99

Revenge of the Nerd by Curtis Armstrong $26.99 – I’m no dummy. I’ve been in high school for six years, and I say that you should read this memoir from the guy who played Booger.

*MAGAZINES*

Juxtapoz #199 Aug 17 $6.99

Tape Op #120 Jul Aug 17 $4.95

Tom Tom Magazine #30 Nepotism $10.00

2600 the Hacker Quarterly vol 34 #2 Sum 17 $6.95

Uppercase #34 A Magazine for the Creative and Curious $18.00

Dissent Sum 17 $12.00

Record Collector #467 $11.50

Atlantis Rising Special Collectors Edition Fall Win 17 $9.99

True Crime Summer Special 17 $12.99

Horror Hound #66 Jul Aug 17 $6.99

Witches and Pagans #34 $6.95

Victory Journal #13 $16.00

Fate #731 $5.95

Rethinking Schools vol 31 #4 Sum 17 $5.95

The Monthly Review vol 69 #3 Jun 17 Revolution and Counterrevolution 1917-2017 $14.00

*LIT JOURNALS*

The First Line vol 19 #2 Sum 17 $4.00

After Hours #34 $10.00

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You Don’t Get There From Here #43 by Carrie McNinch $3.00

*ZINES*

Alamo Igloo #30 Stereo Sniffers by Keith Herzik 2017 $7.00

KerBloom #126 May Jun 17 by Artnoose $2.00

New Morality Zine #4 Bane by Nick Acosta $10.00

Sub/Verse #8 Frankie Cosmos by Chloe Graham $5.00

Jarry Magazine: A Queer Food Journal, various issues $20.00 each

Pulp Friction by Kurt Isensee $10.99 – A coloring book mash-up, combining characters from one of America’s greatest directors, with one of America’s greatest decades. Twenty 9″x12″ illustrations.

Zines by Megan Kirby:
Baby They Dont Know About Us $5.00
I Hope the Smoking Mans in This One by Megan Kirby $5.00 – The zine is out there!

Abstract Door #7 by Vicky Lim $2.00

*COMICS*

Corridors by Lane Milburn $5.00

Comics by Krystal DiFronzo:
Belly Is The Bitchery Within $10.00
Tongue Breaks by Krystal DiFronzo $14.00

Orbiting by Penina Gal $12.00

Seed by Andy Hood $5.00

GIRLS by Jenn Woodall $12.00 – Full color illustrations of badass women from a variety of backgrounds.

Fiends #3 Sum 17 by Tim Tyler $10.00

*GRAPHIC NOVELS*

The Story of Jezebel and Her Turbulence with the Prophets of Israel by Elijah Brubaker (Uncivilized) $19.95 – The Old Testament as filtered through Comedy Central. From the author of the comic Reich.

Mirror Mirror 2, edited by Julia Gfrörer and Sean T. Collins (2dcloud) $39.95 – Annual anthology, this volume featuring Clive Barker, Simon Hanselmann, Lala Albert, Heather Benjamin & more!

Fog Over Tolbiac Bridge: A Nestor Burma Mystery by Jacques Tardi and Léo Malet (Fantagraphics) $19.99

True Swamp 2: Anywhere But In . . .by Jon Lewis (Uncivilized) $22.95 – The continuing misadventures Lenny the Frog.

*POLITICS & REVOLUTION*

Have Black Lives Ever Mattered? by Mumia Abu-Jamal (City Lights) $14.95 – Writings, radio speeches and more from the late 1990s, pre-dating the Black Lives Matter movement. A must-read for anyone interested in social justice and inequalities, social movements, the criminal justice system, and African American history.

Communism for Kids by Bini Adamczak (MIT Press) $12.95 – Oh those lovable little revolutionaries experiencing their first political awakenings!

*ART & DESIGN*

Yakuza Tattoo by Andreas Johansson (Dokument Press) $34.95 – A unique insight into the full body tattoos of dragons, fish and gods that form the identity of the Japanese Mafia.

SHAG: The Collected Works by Josh “SHAG” Agle (AMMO Books) $39.95 – Midcentury modern culture! Mythical creatures! Martinis! A fairly comprehensive monograph detailing the career of one of the biggest names in lowbrow art. Includes a peek into his studio!

The Art of Writing Your Name: Urban Calligraphy and Beyond by Christian Hundertmark and Patrick Hartl $39.95 – Graffiti fanatics, hand lettering fans, street art junkies, calligraphy lovers, and type enthusiasts all have something to learn from this book.

Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community by John Chaich and Todd Oldham (AMMO Books) $39.95 – 30 contemporary queer culture artists remixing binaries with fiber craft.

*FICTION*

Heroes of the Frontier by Dave Eggers $16.95 – Family, loss, wilderness, and the curse of a violent America. Now in soft cover!

*ESSAYS*

Being A Beast: Adventures Across the Species Divide by Chalres Foster $16.00

Theft by Finding: Diaries (1977-2002) by David Sedaris $28.00

*MUSIC, TV & FILM BOOKS*

Henry & Glenn Forever & Ever: The Completely Ridiculous Edition by Tom Neely & Friends (Microcosm) $25.95 – Still milkin’ it! Hardcover cover collecting four serialized comics, adds even more never-before-published pages than previous collective edition. Also in stock, the Henry & Glenn Adult Activity and Coloring Book $12.95

Are You In The House Alone?: A TV Movie Compendium 1964-1999 by Amanda Reyes (Headpress) $23.95 – Telefilms made for the small screen served as an intro to horror film genres and tropes like sinister cults, women in prison, haunted houses and even animals in revolt. They were also a place to address serious contemporary issues – drugs, prostitution, sexual violence and justice. When the Movie of the Week ruled the airwaves!

Fucking Innocent: The Early Films of Wes Anderson by John Andrew Fredrick $15.95 – Specifically looking at Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, and The Royal Tennenbaums.

Off the Cliff: How the Making of Thelma & Louise Drove Hollywood to the Edge by Becky Aikman $28.00

*OUTER LIMITS*

The Anti-Gravity Files: A Compilation of Patents and Reports (Lost Science) by David Hatcher Childress (Adventures Unlimited) $22.00

The Oxford Illustrated History of Witchcraft and Magic by Owen Davies $40.00 – Richly illustrated exploration of witches and magical beliefs/practices, trials, depictions, history, cinematic portrayals & more!

The Psychedelic Experience: A Manual Based on the Tibetan Book of the Dead by Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert $14.95 – This reprint of Leary’s and Ram Dass’ classic celebrates the current psychedelic consciousness renaissance.

The Book of the Un: Friends of Smiley: dissertations from dystopia by Chicken John Rinaldi (Last Gasp) $25.00 – A fun dissertation that includes stories, analogies, calls to action, irreverent examples and how-to instructions of how things actually work… or don’t, from this NYC punk/SF organizer/performer.

*SEXXXY*

The Explorer’s Guide to Planet Orgasm: for every body by Annie Sprinkle PhD and Yu Dori (Greenery Press) $13.95

Elska #12 Brussels Belgium $18.50

The Twisted Adult Coloring Book by Magnus Frederiksen (Last Gasp) $12.95

*MAGAZINES*

Monocle #105 Jul Aug 17 $12.00

RFD #170 Sum 17 Helping Youth $11.95

*LIT JOURNALS*

The Chicago Review vol 60 #3 The Infrarrealistas $15.00

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*ZINES*

Butch Nor Femme #11 $2.00

Divide and Conquer or Divide and Subdivide? How Not to Refight the First International (PM Press Pamphlet Series) $5.95

Art History Coloring Books by Maddie Stratton $15.00 each

Happy Tapir #3 A Cup of Holiday Fear by Johnny Masiulewicz $3.00

*COMICS & MINIS*

Strange Adventures of Bone Boy #3-#5 by Joe Haines $5.00 each

Human Cannonball by Rick Schlaack $3.00

Tales to Befuddle: A Comics Anthology $5.00

To Those in Glass Houses, Pallor Pink vol 3 Anthology $12.00

Sleeping Dog by Yewon Kwon $5.00

Grown – A Comic Strip by J. Spencer Howland $5.00

Midwestern Cuban Comics #10 by Odin Cabal $7.00

*GRAPHIC NOVELS & COMICS ESSAYS*

A New Low by Johnny Ryan (Fantagraphics) $19.99 – Collects 10+ years of transgressive cartoons originally featured in Vice magazine. Skewers Bill Cosby, Two and a Half Men, Wall Street, and so much more. Full-color!

An Apple and An Adventure by Martin Cendreda $14.99

In the Pines: Five Murder Ballads by Erik Kriek (Fantagraphics) $24.99

Zanardi by Andrea Pazienza (Fantagraphics) $29.99 – The Italian “Crumb” portrays a lost generation of late 1970s/early 1980s teenagers coping with family problems, school, sex, and drugs.

Kitaro and The Great Tanuki War by Shigeru Mizuki (D+Q) $12.95

Adventure Time Comics vol 2 by Pendleton Ward and friends $14.99

The Many Lives of Catwoman: The Felonious History of a Feline Fatale by Tim Hanley (Chicago Review Press) $18.99

Everything I Needed to Know About Life I Learned from Marvel Comics by Joe Muszynski $10.00

*ART BOOKS*

KOLORSTORM: The Art of Louie “KR.ONE” Gasparro by Louie Gasparro $34.99 – “Graffantasy” from NYC-based artist and heavy metal drummer: tags, wall pieces, paintings and illustrations, model trains, jackets, and more.

*POLITICS & REVOLUTION BOOKS*

No Is Not Enough: Resisting Trump’s Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need by Naomi Klein (Haymarket) $16.95 – From No Logo and Shock Doctrine writer, about Trump as a logical extension of the most dangerous trends of the past half-century—the very conditions that have unleashed a rising tide of white nationalism. It is not enough, she tells us, to merely resist, to say “no.” We need a credible and inspiring “yes,” a roadmap to reclaiming the populist ground from those who would divide us—one that sets a bold course for winning the caring world we need.

Out of the Ruins: The Emergence of Radical Informal Learning Spaces by Robert H. Haworth and John M. Elmore (PM Press) $24.95

Guerrillas of Desire: Notes on Everyday Resistance and Organizing to Make a Revolution Possible by Kevin Van Meter (AK Press) $18.95

Libertarian Socialism: Politics in Black and Red, ed. by Alex Prichard, Ruth Kinna, Saku Pinta, and David Berry (PM Press) $26.95

Practical Utopia: Strategies for a Desirable Society by Michael Albert (PM Press) $20.00

*OUTER LIMITS*

The Nebulae: Political Murder Investigators Stumble Upon the NWO’s Absolute Power by Walter J. Baeyens (Trine Day) $19.95 – Providing deep insights into the unseen but real forces that shape the course of history, this investigation exposes a cabal which controls most of the money transfers worldwide as well as the highest political authorities.

Legacy of the Yosemite Mafia: The Ranger Image and Noble Cause Corruption in the National Park Service by Paul D. Berkowitz (Trine Day) $19.95

Confessions of an Illuminati, Volume III: Espionage, Templars and Satanism in the Shadows of the Vatican by Leo Lyon Zagami (Trine Day) $17.95

*MUSIC BOOKS*

Trouble Boys: The True Story of the Replacements by Bob Mehr $17.99 – Now in paperback!

England’s Hidden Reverse: A Secret History of the Esoteric Underground by David Keenan (Strange Attractor Press) $33.95 – Back in print! Based on hundreds of hours of interviews with members of the seminal music groups Coil, Current 93, and Nurse With Wound, England’s Hidden Reverse illuminates a shadowy but deeply influential underground scene. Together these artists and their many associates accented peculiarities of Englishness through the links and affinities they forged with earlier generations of the island’s marginals and outsiders, such as playwright Joe Orton, writers like the decadent Count Eric Stenbock, ecstatic mystic novelist Arthur Machen and occult figures like Austin Osman Spare and Aleister Crowley.

*MAGS*

Maximumrocknroll #410 Jul 17 $4.99

Fortean Times #354 Jun 17 $12.50

Cabinet #62 Milk $12.00

Chap #92 Sum 17 $7.75 – One shalt always doff one’s cap!

Laphams Quarterly vol 10 #3 Sum 17 $18.00

XY Sex Panic Magazine #51 Sum 117 $9.99

Shock Cinema #52 $5.00

Skeptic vol 22 #2 17 $6.95

Skeptical Inquirer vol 41 #4 Jul Aug 17 $5.99

Nexus vol 24 #4 Jul Aug 17 $6.95

Harpers Magazine Jul 17 $6.99

Nostalgia Digest Sum 17 $4.50

Radical History Review #128 May 17 $14.00

Anarcho-Syndicalist Review #70 Sum 17 $5.00

Illustoria #4 Grow Issue Stories Comics and DIY $14.00

Wire #400 Jul 17 $10.99

Mojo #284 July 17 $10.99

New Stuff This Week

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The Thrill of Repulsion: Excursions into Horror Culture by William Burns $24.99 – For fans of experimental cinema, heavy metal, industrial music, comics, and the occult! Lists, articles, reviews, analysis, in-depth conversations with musicians & more!

*ZINES*

Printsploitation #3 by Scott R. Miller $8.00 – Horr and Cult movie drawing zine anthology.

zines by Corinne Halbert:
Hate Baby #666 by Corinne Halbert $6.00
Lady Like $4.00

We’ll Never Have Paris #14 Away $5.00

various zines by Walter Mingledorff

Scorched Cunt by Heather Daddy $5.00

Eat Your President For Breakfast $1.00

*COMICS & MINIS*

various comics by:
Shari Ross
Yvonne Alexandra
Tommi Parrish
Chloe Perkis
Heberto Bicio Morales
Joe Garber
A.T. Pratt
Sally Cantirino
Jenn Woodall
Reilly Hadden

Lost Cats #3 by Megan Stanton $2.00

Kleitoria by Sergio Vazquez $7.00

Procedural by Walker Tate $6.00

Infinite Wheat Paste #1 $5.00

Umbra by Heberto Bicio Morales $6.00

Accursed by Daria Tessler (Perfectly Acceptable) $25.00

Welcome to Ukranian Village by CHIPRC $3.00

Surmountable Odds #1 by Vinnie Neuberg $7.00

*GRAPHIC NOVELS*

Vague Tales by Eric Haven (Fantagraphics) $16.99 – A man telepathically visits other worlds while sitting in his apartment, a solitary figure has telepathic encounters with a demonic aviatrix, a wandering crystalline being, a flaming sword-wielding warrior, and a mysterious sorceress, all within the confines of his own apartment.

Ohio Is For Sale vols 9 & 10 by Jon Allen $8.00 each

Pop Gun War: Chain Letter by Farel Dalrymple $19.99

Black Panther: World of Wakanda by Roxane Gay $17.99

Ripple: A Predilection For Tina by Dave Cooper (Fantagraphics) $24.99 – Reprint of this popular graphic novel, in which an artist and model fall into an abject relationship. With an intro by David Cronenberg!

*ART & DESIGN*

Mai-Kai: History and Mystery of the Iconic Tiki Restaurant by Tim “Swanky” Glazner $34.99 – The Mai-Kai Restaurant and bar in Fort Lauderdale poached key staff from Don the Beachcomber’s in Chicago in 1956. Here’s the story in full glory, with first-hand stories 400+ images, an enduring legacy of the mid-twentieth-century Tiki era!

Tattoo Lettering & Banners: Classic and Modern Script Designs by Britt Johansson $24.99

*POLITICS & REVOLUTION*

Witches, Sluts, Feminists: Conjuring the Sex Positive by Kristen J. Sollee $16.95

Young Radicals: In the War for American Ideals by Jeremy McCarter $30.00

*ESSAY*

Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay $25.99

*FICTION*

Keeping Your Cool: a post-teen tale of relations, frustrations, and bodily functions by Bill Franz $15.00 – For a young, unemployed college dropout goth like Jim Scarpelli, the bars and clubs of Chicago are a refuge. And never more so than in the spring of 1989, when Jim’s primary goal in life is to escape his suburban boyhood home and live in the city, where he can finally enjoy the urban high life he’s always dreamed about. Then he meets Barb, an artist whose hoity-toity background underscores just how plebian his own his. Sparks fly, but Jim is terrified she might discover the truth of his situation and immediately drop him for the loser he is. How to avoid such a fate?

Universal Harvester: A Novel by John Darnielle $25.00 – Life in a small town takes a dark turn when mysterious footage begins appearing on VHS cassettes at the local Video Hut. By Mountain Goats superstar and author of Wolf in White Van.

How to Set a Fire and Why by Jesse Ball $16.00 – Now in soft cover. When Lucia discovers that her school has a secret Arson Club, her life is suddenly lit up!

*MUSIC, FILM & COMEDY BOOKS*

Dream Baby Dream: Suicide: A New York Story by Kris Needs $17.99 – The definitive, authorized biography of Suicide, the most iconic band of the New York punk explosion. supported with firsthand interviews by its founders, singer and artist Alan Vega and maverick instrumentalist Martin Rev.

Based on a True Story by Norm MacDonald $16.00 – “Memoir” from the actor, gambler, raconteur, and Saturday Night Live veteran.

*OUTER LIMTIS*

Interview with the Boogeyman: A Monster for All Times by Benjamin S. Jeffries $19.99 – From folklore to contemporary horror, through a series of engaging questions, diary entries, and author research, the evolution of the Boogeyman continues to develop as he takes credit here for the most disturbing and bloodthirsty creatures ever to scare us silly. Written in a clever interview style, this whimsical, funny, informative, and scary biographical history of the world’s greatest fiend takes the reader on an escapade into terror that began in the dank world of the Dimmuborgir Lava Fields in Iceland and culminates in the surreal landscape of today’s modern monsters.

Aliens, God, and the Bible: A Theological Speculative Study of the Bible’s Alien Mysteries by Joel Curtis Graves $17.99

Hints on Etiquette: A Shield Against the Vulgar by various $9.95 – Part of the ‘Found on the Shelves’ series of books from the Victorian era and beyond, published with The London Library. This volume dispenses wisdom on decorum and all manner of matters, from the dinner table to marriage, and from smoking to fashion.

*FOOD BOOKS*

Famous Nathan: A Family Saga of Coney Island, the American Dream, and the Search for the Perfect Hot Dog by Lloyd Handwerker & Gil Reavill $17.99 – Now in soft cover!

*MAGAZINES*

Gather Journal #11 Sum 17 Heroines, Women and Art $19.99

Shots #136 Sum 17 $7.25

032c #32 $41.99

Man About Town #20 Sum 17 $24.99

*LIT JOURNALS & CHAP BOOKS*

Sheriff Nottingham X #10 $10.00

Why Is There Mold In My Mocha: An Eclectic Collection of Poetry and Prose by Campbell Richmond $3.00

Brick #99 Spr 17 $16.00

various titles by Casi & Steven Cline