New Stuff This Week

New stuff this week! More info at #NewStuff #quimbys #quimbysbookstorechicago

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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!


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


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


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!


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


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


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


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!


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.


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.


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!


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


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