New Stuff

If I Could Live in Hope – Sexual Abuse and Survival by Kisha Hope $3.00
Mountain Wilds by  Jay Krevens $6.00 – Jay moved to the Portland and just sent us some new scenic love of misty lore and cabin crafts, looming, owling, bear worship and astral travails. Accordian folded booklet has crafts on one side and mountainscape panorama on the reverse. -EF
Fashionable Activism #1 Hardcore Punk Fanzine by Kevin McCaughey $2.00
Birdsong #14 $6.00 – The “Anew” issue of this hearty, arty, micropressed, silkscreenized zine.

Humble Humdrum Cotton Frock #3 A Twilight Teeter Into Organic Esoterics $3.00
Judas Goat Quarterly #48 by Grant Schreiber $1.50
Public Collectors Paper Blog
– Feeling Emotion in Everyday Life  by Marc Fischer (Temporary Services) There are many types of libraries in the world but none quite like this one.
Parfait #4 Style Sheet fall 10 by Emily $2.00
You’re An Angel You lil Devil #4 by Randy Robbins $2.00
Narcolepsy Press Review #6 $2.00
We’ll Never Have Paris vol 7 Win 10 Modern Fire $4.00
Basic Paper Airplane #4 by Joshua $3.00

Catalogue de Boulons by Julie Doucet (Mille Putois) $5.00 – 3-color silkscreened artist portfolio. A circus of boulons in all shapes and functions harnessed by Doucet’s legendary homebrew design sensibility. En francais.

1 800 Mice #5 by Matthew Thurber (Picturebox) $6.00 – Brilliant and brimming with absurdist sex, escalating mayhem and dithering dimensional personalities.
Rabid Rabbit #12 Goes to Hell $6.00

Right Thing The Wrong Way: The Story of Highwater Books by Greg Cook and Tom Spurgeon (Bodega) $10.00 – The Catalog to Right Thing The Wrong Way art exhibit at the Fourth Wall Project in Boston MA. This oral history includes work and words by the core artists involved in the development of Highwater Books (Brain Ralph, Megan Kelso, Ron Rege, Jordan Crane, Greg Cook, Jef Czekaj, Marc Bell, Kurt Wolfgang).
Crickets #3: Sex Morons by Sammy Harkham $8.00

Neonomicon #3 by Alan Moore (Boom) $3.99
World War 3 Illustrated #41 30th Anniversary Issue $7.00
Eyeball Comix #2 $7.00 – Carved up, bezerker, infected-wound style comics mayhem from Britain. High-Grade Low-Grade shit. -EF

Three Stories by Lisa Cline $3.00
Bubblegum Party by Lee Bretschneider $4.00
Poseur #4 by Nat Hoonsan $3.00
Robbie and Bobby #1 A Comic Primer by Jason Poland $5.00
Candy Gang #4 Dream Nights by Chet Pickens $4.00
Hoyo de Gusano #1 by Ines Estrada $8.00
How To Be Lolita
by Jojo $3.00 – Super cute fashion guide. Hint: Dressing Lolita involves lots of bows!
Takes One to Know One: Douche Bags – A Love Story by Jordan A. Fu $3.00 – Woah, Jordan, that guy’s an asshole.
Using A Multisensory Environment $8.00
Kim Gee Comics #1 by Kim Gee $5.00
Dewey Decimal System Is Decadent and Depraved A 24 Hour Comic by Bill Volk $2.00
Only Skin #6 by Sean Ford $5.00
Trigger #2 by Mike Bertino (Revival House) $5.00 – After doing three stories in three styles in the last issue, Bertino does three wildly different narratives here with a more unified look, like he’s been pinning stuff down. A lot of the characters are hapless assholes and it makes me think of what that means for the structure of the stories and the title “Trigger” itself…as in, it’s a comic about the grating destructive aspects but managed with subtlety and craft. The drawing skillz certainly pay the bills and seeing #1 and #2 together is making me think I do like reading about jerks. The plotlines are a Vermilean absurdity of hellbent talking pants, a continuation of the Huizengian suburban snark story of a newbie high school teacher and an outer space colonization story that pulls a little from Matthew Thurber and a lot from Star Trek. -EF

This Train an Artists Journal by Tony Fitzpatrick (Firecat Press) $40.00 – Wonderful new print book with the work of the local artist Tony Fitzpatrick.
Photobooth: The Art of the Automatic Portrait by Raynal Pellicer (Abrams) $35.00 – Edited by the author of Mug Shots, the book featuring celebrity mug shots. Come to Quimby’s for the book Photobooth. Stay to use ours!
Mascots by Ray Fenwick (Fantagraphics) $22.99
Animal Love Summer by Marion Peck (Last Gasp) $29.95 – Surreal and cute weirdness.
Juxtapoz Erotica (Gingko) $29.95 – Another addition to the popular Juxtapoz series of art books. This time it’s sexy!
Barry McGee Damiani DFW THR by Barry McGee (Alleged) $49.95 – New work from this popular lowbow artist.
Cathexis by Mark McCoy (Teenage Teardrops) $20.00 – Chemical Flesh Fog Photography.

Concrete Messages: Street Art on the Israeli Plaestinian Separation Barrier by var. (Dokument) $29.95
Rockin It Suckers: New York Citys Most Wanted Graffiti Vandals by var. (Dokument) $29.95
Graffiti Coloring Book 2 Characters by Jacob Kimvall $9.95
Clip Stamp Fold: The Radical Architecture of Little Magazines 196X to 197X: M+M Books No 1 ed. by var. (Actar) $54.95

New Character Parade by Johnny Ryan (Pigeon) $12.00 – 120 full-page strips starring 120 ridiculously clever characters including: Stink Saw, Mammuel Clemens, Judge Judy Dredd, Tron of Finland, Sherlock Homeless, Metaliban, Shark Fluffer, Sir Oreo Monocle, The Erotic Art Collecting Squirrel, and Lesbian Spock. New Character Parade is Ryan’s pièce de résistance, shamefully funny!
Drew Friedmans Sideshow Freaks by Drew Friedman (Blast) $19.95
Single Match by Oji Suzuki (D+Q) $24.95

Hungry Rats by Connor Coyne $16.00 – A teenage girl with a fear of rats tracks a serial killer named the Rat Man. Don’t miss Connor’s event here at Quimby’s on 2/15!
Forgery by Amira Hanafi (Green Lantern Press) $20.00
Mechanics of Homosexual Intercourse by Lonely Christopher (Akashic) $15.95
Tiny Wife by Andrew Kaufman (Madras Press) $8.00 – “A thief charges into a bank with a loaded gun, but he does not ask for money; what he asks for, instead, is the object of greatest significance currently in the possession of each patron. The thief then leaves, and the patrons all survive, but strange things soon begin to happen to them: One survivor’s tattoo jumps off her ankle and chases her around; another wakes up to find that she’s made of candy; and Stacey Hinterland discovers that she’s shrinking, incrementally, a little every day, and nothing that her husband or son do can reverse the process. The Tiny Wife is a fable about losing yourself in circumstances and finding yourself in the the love of another.”

Moors by Ben Marcus (Madras Press) $7.00
Peter and Max: A Fables Novel by var. (Vertigo) $14.99 – Now in soft cover. Find it in with the graphic novels even though it’s a novel. It’s a companion to the Fables series.
Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman/Dave McKean (Harper) $10.50 – Now in soft cover.

Tattoo Society #25 $7.99
Maximumrocknroll #332 Jan 11 $4.00
Hi Fructose #18 $6.95
Capricious #11 $17.00
2600 Hacker Quarterly vol 27 #4 $6.25
Fortean Times #270 Feb 11 $11.99
Gothic Beauty #32 $5.95
Treating Yourself #26 $7.99
Boneshaker Magazine #3 $8.00
Mojo #207 Feb 11 $9.99
In These Times Jan 11 $3.50
Yeti #10 (Yeti Publishing) $11.95 – Everything is Terrible, interviews with Jacuzzi Boys and Robert Scott of the Bats, a fiberoptic anatomy lesson from Pavel Tchelitchew, some inky Nick Gazin spot illustrations, a bony brill mickey mouse zine by Cassie Ramone and a drop-dead gorge Memphis Elvis photo portfolio by Ted Barron. Comes with CD.

McSweeneys #36 $26.00
Make Chicago Literary Magazine #10 Fall Win 10 At Play $12.00
The Believer #77 Jan 11 $8.00
Journal of Ordinary Thought Fall 10 $10.00
Six By Six #22 You Have a Bone (Ugly Duckling Press) $5.00

Life Inc.: How Corporatism Conquered the World and How We Can Take It Back by Douglas Rushkoff (RH) $16.00 – Now in soft cover.
Fear of the Animal Planet: The Hidden History of Animal Resistance by Jason Hribal (AK) $15.95

Just Kids by Patti Smith (Ecco) $16.00 – Now in soft cover.
Seasons They Change: The Story of Acid and Psychedelic Folk by var. (Jawbone) $19.95

Complete History of the Return of the Living Dead by var. (Plexus) $24.95
Zombie Spaceship Wasteland HC by Patton Oswalt (Scribner) $24.00 – Hilarious words from this articulate and witty comedian.
Zombies History of the United States from the Massacre at Plymouth Rock… by Dr. Worm Miller (Ulysses) $13.95 – If Howard Zinn was a member of the undead, he would have written this book.
Kivas of Heaven: Ancient Hopi Starlore by Gary A. David (Adv Unl) $19.95
Cosmic Ships, Truth and Lies About UFOs: Other Humanities and Our Future by  Samael Aun Weor (Glorian) $12.95
Dark Stars Rising: Conversations from the Outer Realms by Shade Rupe (Headpress) $27.95 – 27 candid interviews spanning 24 years conducted by New York film writer Shade Rupe, known for his avant interests and the cultural realm he inhabits with his Funeral Party books. Interviews with the smaller half of Penn & Teller, Divine, Crispin Glover, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and more.
Nomad Codes Adventures in Modern Esoterica by Erik Davis (Yeti Publishing) $17.95 – “Erik Davis explores the codes (spiritual, cultural and embodied) people use to escape the limitation of their lives and enrich their experience of the world, from Asian religious traditions and West African trickster gods to Western occult and esoteric lore, to media technology and psychedelic science. Whether his subject is transvestite Burmese spirit mediums or Ufology, tripster king Terence McKenna or dub maestro Lee Perry, Davis writes with keen yet skeptical sympathy, intellectual subtlety and wit, and unbridled curiosity.”

Teens At Play #4 by Rebecca (Eros) $4.95
I Like to Watch: Gay Erotic Stories by Christopher Pierce (Cleis) $14.95
Love In Abundance: A Counselors Advice on Open Relationships by Kathy Labriola (Greenery) $15.95
OP Original Plumbing Trans Male Quarterly #5 The Fashion Issue $8.00

2011 Full Metal Rabbit Calendar by Leif Goldberg $24.00 – The annual 12-month 4-color animal of silkscreen ingenuity from Chief Color Doctor and Acting Administrator of the Word Swamp, Leif Goldberg has arrived!