New Stuff This Week

Zines

The Escapist Artist #62 october 2020 by Jolie Ruin $2

Skurt Cobain #2 Oct 20 A Zine About the 1990s $2

Enduring Change In Dead Systems #2 Quarantine Town of Cincinnati by Will Dee $4

Zisk issues #30 & #31 $3 each

Petula Clark’s “Downtown” Changed My Life $1

Cat Logic 26 Quirky Things About Cats $1

I Fucking Love This Album by Chops $2

Cheap Toys #24 summer 2020 $5

Comics & Minis

Ruth by Mosher $6

Comics by David Hankins: Dog, Guitar, There Once Was $1.65 each

Anxious Baker by Gina Parham $7

Comics by Jillian Sander: Mother, Minor Miscommunication, Big Sap

Graphic Novels

Hallowzine #3 Season of the Witch by The Northside Comic Artists $9.95

Monkey vs Robot: The Complete Epic by James Kochalka (Top Shelf) $29.99

Frankie Comics Collected by Rachel Dukes $17.99

What Cartooning Really Is: The Major Interviews with Charles M. Schulz by Laurie Colwin, Gary Groth and Leonard Maltin (Fantagraphics) $24.95

Movie & Music Books

Cinema Sewer Volume 7: The Adults Only Guide to History’s Sickest and Sexiest Movies! by Robin Bougie (FAB Press) $19.95

Easy Listening Acid Trip: An Elevator Ride through Sixties Psychedelic Pop by Joseph Lanza (Feral House) $24.95

Suburban Grindhouse: From Staten Island to Times Square and All the Sleaze Between by Nick Cato (Headpress) $21.95

Noise Receptor Journal: Archive Volume 1: Sound with Impact – Analysing the Abstract by Richard Stevenson (Headpress) $29.95

Politics & Revolution Books

Understanding the War Industry by Christian Sorensen (Clarity Press) $29.95

Ft Nonsense, NJ by Greg McMurray $13

Pagan Anarchism by Christopher Scott Thompson (Gods&Radicals) $12.50

All That Is Sacred Is Profaned: A Pagan Guide to Marxism by Rhyd Wildermuth (Gods&Radicals) $12.50

True to the Earth: A Pagan Political Theology by Kadmus (Gods&Radicals) $16

Photo Books

Skater Girls by Jenny Sampson $45

Fiction

Rave by Rainald Goetz (Fitzcarraldo Editions) $17.95

Black Gangster by Donald Goines $15.95

Outer Limits & Mayhem Books

International Legend Tripping: Adventure Outside the Box by Robert C. Robinson (Adventures Unlimited) $18.95

Operation White Rabbit: LSD DEA, & the Fate of the Acid King by Dennis McDougal (Skyhorse Publishing) $24.99

Secret Societies by Jon Black (Same Old Books) $25

This Cryptid World: A Global Survey of Undiscovered Beasts by Brian Rau and Karl Shuker (Herb Lester) $14

Bullets for Dead Hoods: An Encyclopedia of Chicago Mobsters, c. 1933 by John Corbett (Soberscove Press) $38

Help & DIY

Quick & Easy Guide to Consent by Isabella Rotman $7.99

Circling the Star by Anthony Rella (Gods&Radicals) $16

Magazines

Little White Lies #86 september october $12.99

Harpers Magazine november $7.99

Monocle #137 october $14

Wire #440 october $12.50

In These Times november $4.95

New Stuff This Week

Not Books But Still Pretty Awesome

Trump They Live Vote Lawn Sign Print by Mitch O’Connell $20

Social Justice Kittens 2021 Calendar (LiartownUSA) $18

SUPERtheticals: 50 New HYPERthetical Questions for More Strange Conversations by Chuck Klosterman $15.99

“Zines Inside” Zine Mercado Tote Bag $20

Cape Horn Chicago Building Prints – a variety of styles prices start at $26

Verso Radical Diary 2021 Weekly Planner $24.95

Zines

Strange Tapes #8 Halloween Party by Scott R. Miller $5

Zine Mercado 2020 $13

Barbacoa by Indra Fonseca $15

Industrial Worker #1790 $5

new photo zines by Mary Miller $5

No Scene Zine #4 $4

Five by Seven and a Half #1 I Can’t Breathe & #2 Quote Unquote Nature by Rolando Rodriguez $7.50 each

Comics

Comics by Sonia Viento $8-$10

It’s OK To Be Sad by Kevin Budnik, various issues $4 each

Cadaver Diaries by Kriota Willberg $10

The Impeachable Trump Mini Special Edition by R. Sikoryak $3

Mrs. Met by K. Sakumoto $10

Graphic Novels

Be Gay Do Comics: Queer History, Memoir, and Satire from the Nib $24.99

Lon Chaney Speaks by Pat Dorian $25

Life In the Stupidverse by Tom Tomorrow $19.99

Illustrated History of UFOs by Adam Allsuch Boardman (Nobrow) $19.95

Copy Kitty by Kyung Me (2d Cloud) $19.95

Politics & Revolution

Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto by Legacy Russell (Verso) $14.95

Verso Book of Feminism: Revolutionary Words from Four Millennia of Rebellion by Jessie Kindig (Verso) $19.95

Climate Crisis and the Global Green New Deal: The Political Economy of Saving the Planet by Noam Chomsky, Robert Pollin and C.J. Polychroniou (Verso) $18.95

Help

Stuff from Gods&Radicals:
Five Principles of Green Witchcraft by Asa West $6
Solidarity Networks and Emergency Survival: A Practical Guide For Surviving the Collapse of Empire With Others $6
Of Monsters and Miso: Illustrations and Recipes by Alley Valkyrie (Gods & Radicals) $12.50

Music Books

I Don’t Fit In: My Wild Ride Through the Punk & Power Pop Trenches with The Nerves and The Beat by Paul Collins (Hozac Records) $24.99

Kim Gordon: No Icon by Kim Gordon (Rizzoli) $45

Hawkwind: Days Of The Underground: Radical Escapism in the Age Of Paranoia by Joe Banks (Strange Attractor Press) $30

Sweet Dreams: The Story of the New Romantics by Dylan Jones $25.95

Year of the Monkey by Patti Smith $16

How to Write One Song by Jeff Tweedy $23

2 different Steve Wide’s Field Guides: Punk, and Post-Punk/New Wave, $14.95 each

Fiction

Raised in Captivity: Fictional Nonfiction by Chuck Klosterman $18

Utopia Avenue: A Novel by David Mitchell $30

The Memory Police by Yoko Ogawa $16

Roy’s World: Stories: 1973-2020 by Barry Gifford (Seven Stories Press) $24.95

A Cosmology of Monsters: A Novel by Shaun Hamill $16

Mayhem & Outer Limits

History of Magic Witchcraft and the Occult by Suzannah Lipscomb $35

Far Out Man: Tales of Life in the Counterculture by Eric Utne $28

Cursed Objects: Strange but True Stories of the World’s Most Infamous Items by J.W. Ocker (Quirk) $19.99

Unidentified: Mythical Monsters, Alien Encounters, and Our Obsession with the Unexplained by Colin Dickey $27

Behind the Horror: True Stories That Inspired Horror Movies by Dr. Lee Mellor $14.99

After Death by Francois J. Bonnet $15.95

Art & Photo Books

Shredders: Girls Who Skate by Sierra Prescott $24.99

Liberty Realm by Cathy Ward (Strange Attractor Press) $31.95

Golem Girl: A Memoir by Riva Lehrer $30

Poetry & Chap Books

Text Messages or How I Found Myself Time Traveling by Yassin “Narcy” Alsalman (Haymarket) $19.95

Blueberry Pie Caper by Damon Charles Bishop (Hambone Industries Press) $7.95

Magazines

Cinema Scope #84 fall 2020 $5.95

Cinema Retro vol 16 #48 $11.99

Shots #149 $10

The Progressive oct nov $5.95

Mother Jones dec $8.99

Afterall #49 $15

Jim Terry Reads From COME HOME, INDIO with Anne Elliott, a Quimby’s YouTube VIRTUAL EVENT, 11/13

Nov
13
7:30 pm

In Jim Terry’s book Come Home Indio (Street Noise Press), a graphic memoir, he talks about growing up between two cultures. Born Irish and Native American, he juxtaposes growing up in the mostly white suburban world with the tug of his Native roots in Wisconsin. Along the bumpy road he fumbles with loneliness, cultural confusion and a healthy dose of alcoholism until he ends up at the Standing Rock Conflict in North Dakota, where he begins to see things anew.

Join Tim Terry in conversation with Anne Elliott on the Quimby’s YouTube channel on Friday, November 13th, 7:30pm Central Time as they talk about this dynamic new graphic novel. YouTube.com/QuimbysBookstore

To celebrate the release of this book, buy the book from Quimby’s now and get a drawn and signed bookplate by the author (while supplies last). Buy it in the brick-and-mortar store or at quimbys.com here.

“Both uplifting and gut-wrenching, beautiful and terrifying. Terry’s account of losing himself between worlds, and finding home in the balance between them, deserves a place among the all-time great graphic memoirs.” -EZRA CLAYTON DANIELS, author of Upgrade Soul and BTTM FDRS

“Illuminated by bursts of both joy and sorrow. With humbling sensitivity and candor, Jim shares with us his personal journey down emotionally complex paths towards home.” -TIMOTHY TRUMAN, author of Scout

“As raw, honest and human. The kind of work that can only be done in the form of comics, intimately revealing the black and white lines of a worldview shaped by a life.” -TIM SEELEY, author of Hack/Slash and Revival

The work of Jim Terry has been featured in such places as: Sundowners, Vampirella, Heavy Metal, Alice Cooper Vs Chaos, Creepshow and more. This is his first work as writer and illustrator.

For more info, see woundedbutdangerous.com

Jim will be in conversation with Anne Elliott, the co-owner of Chicago’s own Sideshow Gallery. She is an artist, teacher, tarot reader and lover of all things strange and exotic. For more info, see sideshowgallerychicago.com as well as on IG @sideshowgallerychicago & Twitter @sideshowgallery.

Here’s the Facebook Event invite for this event.

Watch Jim tell a quick synopsis of the book in advance!

 

New Stuff This Week

Zines

Now What? The Story of My Life by Luke Tauber $10

Coffee People Zine #10 $15

Como No Hacer El Amor $7

zines by Jesus Cossio $6

Comics & Minis

Rabbit Who Fights #5 by Tim Hamilton $6

Le Musee de la Tortue by Sammy Stein $22

Peering Through by Patrick Kyle $8

Lonesome Hollow #1 $8

Pornito #1-#2 $10

Canon De Aguacate by Alejandra Tilano $10

Teusaquillo by Icinori $12

Fulgores Secretos by Jesus Cossio $7

Dr Fausto #11 and #12 $15

Lo Oculto $15

Graphic Novels

Maids by Katie Skelly $19.99

The Comics Journal #306 summer fall $14.99

Streets of Paris, Streets of Murder: The Complete Noir of Jean-Patrick Manchette and Jacques Tardi vol 2 (Fantagraphics) $29.99

Revolutionary Girl Utena: After the Revolution by Chiho Saito $12.99

Barbarie Comics Sobre Violencia Politica by Jesus Cossio $20

Multitudes by Edwardo Yaguas $20

Art Books

Vibrant Mood Swings by Scott Lewis $20

Essays

Something That May Shock and Discredit You by Daniel M. Lavery $17

Fiction

Ghost Stories: Classic Tales of Horror and Suspense, edited by Lisa Morton and Leslie S. Klinger $15.95

Future of Another Timeline by Annalee Newitz $18.99

Magazines

Fool #8 The Japanese Issue $39.99

Monthly Review october $6

RFD #183 $11.95

Lit Journals

The First Line vol 22 #3 fall $6

#MWPZF2020 Programming Announcement!

Quimby’s is proud to co-sponsor The Midwest Perzine Fest. Here’s the most recent announcement from the founders of #MWPZF2020:

We’re so excited to announce our digital events for #MWPZF2020! Please join us on Saturday, October 10 for the inaugural Midwest Perzine Fest, coming to you globally from Chicago.

Panel Discussion! Telling Our Stories, Claiming Our Power, a panel discussion moderated by Midwest Perzine Fest founder Jonas and featuring longtime perzine makers, artists, and activists Julia Eff, Dawn Graham, Jessie Lynn McMains, and Monica Trinidad, will debut at 3 p.m. Central Time Oct. 10 on our YouTube channel:  tiny.cc/mwpzfyoutube

Hashtag! All day long on Oct. 10, perzine makers in the Midwest and around the world are invited to share their perzines and check out the work of others on social media using our hashtag #MWPZF2020. We’ll be reposting as much as we can to our Midwest Perzine Fest accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Perzine Swap! We’re hosting a perzine swap through the mail. If you’d like to participate, we’ll pair you with a perzine pal! Just fill out this Google form by 11:59 p.m. Central Time Sunday, Oct. 11: tiny.cc/mwpzfswap

For more info: linktr.ee/mwpzf

#MWPZF2020 art by Alex Wrekk.