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Zines

They Died As They Lived by Zine Club Chicago $3

Betraying Authority: Fragments on Queer Art by Noah LeBien (Gender Fail Press) $12

The Wonder of It All #2 Downwards Mobility $3

Homespun Holler Jan 20 by Grant $2

La Jeunesse Est Une Arme $3

CrewD Up by Bryanna Bennett $12

An Ignorant Past vol 1 by Wilder & Alexander Mouton $5

Homocats Hardcore XXX $12

Nature Based Self Care - How to Use Herbal Medicine by Kuwa Jasiri Indomela $3.33

Overdue vol 1 by Tiffany Day $3

Roasting Coffee at Home an Intro $2

Uppercase Lowercase by Be Oakley $12

Comics & Minis

Bubbles #5 $6

Pest by Finn Walker $3

Denim Rider by Jason Lips $9

Endless Filth Anthology #1 by Clint Williams $7

Rimeski Comics #2 $3

Starseed and Her Psychic Warriors by Sophia Pierre $15.50

Infinite Wheat Paste #9 + #10 by Pidge $5 each

Forever and Everything #5 by Kyle Bravo $5

Blood in the Water AKA Misguided Attempts at Fishkeeping by Axel Moon $8

Graphic Novels

Year of the Rabbit by Tian Veasna (D+Q) $29.95

The Nib Magazine #5 Animals by Matt Bors $14.95

Haunted by Hannah Lund & Illustrated by Adelaide Grosse $15

Comics Ad Men by Steven Brower (Fantagraphics Underground) $25

Politics & Revolution Books

Four-Year Depression: (even Though They Voted for You-Know-who) by Billy McCall $10

Beyond the Periphery of the Skin: Rethinking, Remaking, and Reclaiming the Body in Contemporary Capitalism by Silvia Federici (PM Press) $15.95

Building Free Life: Dialogues with Öcalan edited by International Initiative Freedom for Abdullah Öcalan?Peace in Kurdistan (PM Press) $20

Race Man: Selected Works of Julian Bond, 1960-2015 edited by Michael G. Long (City Lights) $22.95

Art Books

Hung, Drawn and Executed: The Horror Art of Graham Humphreys (Korero) $45

Essay Books

The Faraway Nearby by Rebecca Solnit $17

Selling Dead People's Things: Inexplicably True Tales, Vintage Fails & Objects of Objectionable Estates by Duane Scott Cerny $14.95

The Contact Paradox: Challenging our Assumptions in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence by Keith Cooper $28

Fiction

Me and Mr. Cigar by Gibby Haynes $18.99

The Inhabited Island by Arkady & Boris Strugatsky $19.99

Vacuum In the Dark by Jen Beagin $16

Hark by Sam Lipsyte $17

Help

Surviving Climate Change And Other Disasters: Practical Tips, Skills, Careers, Illustrations, And Activist Resources by Sage Liskey $22

Be Awake Create by Rebekah Younger $19.95

Weedopedia: An A to Z Guide to All Things Marijuana $14.99

Outer Limits

Allow Me to Introduce: An Insider's Guide to the Occult by Lon Milo DuQuette $19.95

The Magic of Marie Laveau: Embracing the Spiritual Legacy of the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans by Denise Alvarado $16.95

Magazines

Shots #146 winter $10

Lit Journals & Chap Books

The First Line vol 21 #4 winter $8

Split in Blue by Mary Parker Wolffe $4

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