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Rally 2019 Nikki Mcclure Calendar: Share the Future $18

Zines

KerBloom #133 by Artnoose $2

Mentor: A Zine About Female Role Models by Monica Johnson and Michelle M. Murphy $10

Caboose #10 The Searching Issue by Liz Mason $4

Smudge vol 2 #8 by Clay Hickson & friends $5

Big Pharma Gets Stoned: An Art and Smart Zine $7

Bookstores and Baseball 10th Inning $5

Inkgoober vol 2 by Anna Lisa Schneider $15

Black Bean Zine #3 Is It Dark Is it Light Does it Matter by Simone Simone $5

Thank You for your Cooperation #2 Verhoeven Zine $8

Mono Rot #3 Susan Okla Drawings & #4 Bill Fick Prints (Rotland Press) $6 each

Screentime by Brendt Rioux $12

Vinyl Vagabonds #9 $8

Vinyl Vagabonds Presents Reggie The Lovable Record Slob $5

Strangers by Arfil Pajarillaga $5

Comics

American Flytrap #1 The Post Truth Issue 2017 & #2 the Gun Issue 2018 (Rotland Press) $10 each

Withered Memories by Urooj Shakeel $10

Daygloayhole Quarterly #2 by Ben Passmore (Silver Sprocket) $6

Graphic Novels

Look Back and Laugh: Journal Comics by Liz Prince (Top Shelf) $19.99

Constant Companion: A Noah Van Sciver Sketchbook (Fantagraphics Underground) $25 - Sketchbooks created between 2013 and 2017.

Sanpaku by Kate Gavino $24.99 - Don't miss the author event here for this book on Thurs, August 23rd!

Love and Rockets vol 14: Three Sisters by Gilbert Hernandez (Fantagraphics) $19.99

Retreat by Jaakko Pallasvuo (2d Cloud) $19.95

Petey & Pussy: Puppy Love by John Kerschbaum (Fantagraphics) $19.99

The Arab of the Future 3: A Graphic Memoir: A Childhood in the Middle East, (1985-1987) by Riad Sattouf $27

Politics & Revolution Books

I Am Action: Literary and Combat Articles, Thoughts, and Revolutionary Chronicles by Praxedis G. Guerrero (AK Press) $15 - A collection of writings from Mexico's firebrand revolutionary. Available in English for the first time.

Girls Resist!: A Guide to Activism, Leadership, and Starting a Revolution by Kaelyn Rich $14.99

Art Books

Dark and Fetish Art by Kaoru Arakawa (PIE International Books) $49.95

Improper Cross-Stitch: 35+ Properly Naughty Patterns by Haley Pierson-cox $19.99

Mayhem & Outer Limits

Ingratitude by Peter Sotos (Nine-Banded Books) $30

Music, Film & TV Books

Twin Peaks and Philosophy: That's Damn Fine Philosophy! ed. by Richard Greene $19.95

The Hard Stuff: Dope, Crime, the MC5, and My Life of Impossibilities by Wayne Kramer $28

MDC Al Schvitz: Double Life in Double Time by Alan Schultz (Manic D Press) $16.95 - Memoir written in prison from the drummer from MDC.

Off the Cliff: How the Making of Thelma & Louise Drove Hollywood to the Edge by Becky Aikman $18

Fiction

A Short Film About Disappointment by Joshua Mattson $25 - A jaded film critic peppers his reviews with disclosures from his own life, from his dream of making a film without mainstream commercialism to his feud with a vending-machine tycoon.

Perfect Conditions by Vanessa Blakeslee (Curbside Splendor) $16.95

Metabolize If Able a Novel by Clay Ad (Monster House Press) $14

Essays

Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud: The Rise and Reign of the Unruly Woman by Anne Helen Petersen $16

After Kathy Acker by Chris Kraus (Semiotexte) $16.95 - Now in soft cover.

The Best of Royko: The Tribune Years by Mike Royko $28

Idiophone by Amy Fusselman $16.95

Magazines

Wire #414 $10.99

Illustoria #7 $16

Critical Mass vol 1 #17 & #18 $8 each

Lit Journals & Poetry

The Chicago Review vol 61 #3 and 61 #4 $15

Visions of Mundane Madness by Dwiputri Pertiwi $20

Black Glitter by Bree Jo Ann (Monster House Press) $12

Raffish #1 $8

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Ali Fitzgerald presents Drawn to Berlin 11/8

Entwining political and personal displacement, Ali Fitzgerald’s graphic memoir, Drawn to Berlin: Comic Workshops in Refugee Shelters and Other Stories from a New Europe, is about loss, community, and the drawings that bind us. The students in Fitzgerald’s drawing classes are among the record-breaking number of people who are seeking asylum in Berlin, fleeing from countries such as Syria and Afghanistan. They draw images of experienced violence and careful optimism: rafts and tanks, flowers …

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