New Stuff This Week

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Twenty Dudes vols 1-5 by Ted Trager $3.00 each

Proof I Exist #26 Oct 16 by Billy Roberts $4.00

Music and Poetry and Other Shit by Elizabeth Meyer $3.00

Library Excavations #4 Suspect Methodology by Marc Fischer $6.00 – The images in this booklet are reproduced (without permission) from a study on personal appearance identification within a law enforcement environment.

No Friends #4 Fall 16 $6.50

Sick Muse #4 Aug 16 & #5 Oct 16 $5.00 each

We Believe in Infinite Intelligence: A Twenty First Century Guide to Spiritualism by Lacey Prpic Hedtke $11.00


Love and Rockets vol 4 #1 by Gilbert & Jaime Hernandez (Fantagraphics) $4.99

23 Skidoo by Al Columbia $3.99

Laskimooses #31 Hoponpoppoa $7.00

Aloisia #1 Mark of the Beast by ME Williams $2.00

Cowboys and Insects One Shot by David Hine and Shaky Kane (Floating World) $4.99

Summer Bummer Pallor Pink vol 2 Anthology by Sage Coffey and friends $5.00


The Graveyard Book, Graphic Novel by Neil Gaiman and P. Craig Russell $35.00

Ancestor by Matt Sheean and Malachi Ward $14.99

Laid Waste by Julia Gfrorer (Fantagraphics) $14.99 – As corpses accumulate around her, Agnes, a young widow possessed of supernatural strength, must weigh her obligations to the dead and dying against her desire to protect what little remains.

Black Dahlia by Rick Geary (NBM) $15.99

International Cult of the Dank Arts of Friendship by Yewon Kwon $12.00


Visual Abuse: Jim Blanchard’s Graphic Art 1982-2002 by Jim Blanchard and Charles Peterson (Fantagraphics) $34.99 – Jim Blanchard’s work from 1982–2002 intersected with punk rock, grunge, psychedelia, alternative comics, “zine” culture, portraiture, and “girlie” art. The book gathers Blanchard’s art into a cohesive whole; one section assembles the best of Blanchard’s LP covers, posters and flyers from the hardcore punk era through grunge, including iconic Black Flag, Nirvana, and Soundgarden posters.


Death: An Oral History by Casey Jarman $22.95

Blood and Death: The Secret History of Santa Muerte and the Mexican Drug Cartels by John Lee Brook (Headpress) $19.95

Aliens Are Coming: The Extraordinary Science Behind Our Search For Life In the Universe by Ben Miller $15.95

Mysterious Chicago: History at Its Coolest by Adam Selzer $16.99 – Stories behind Chicago’s most fascinating unsolved mysteries, from the 1800s to modern day. Who was the first “automobile murderer”? Was there an actual vampire slaying at Rose Hill cemetery? Who really started the great Chicago fire? Forty unsolved mysteries heavily researched.

This Way Madness Lies by Mike Jay $45.00 – A compelling and evocatively illustrated exploration of the history of madness and its treatment as seen through the lens of its proverbial home: Bethlem Royal Hospital, London, popularly known as Bedlam. Includes provocative illustrations sourced from the Wellcome Collection’s extensive archives and the Bethlem Royal Hospital’s archive.

Murder by Candlelight: The Gruesome Crimes Behind Our Romance with the Macabre by Michael Knox Beran $16.95

Stuffed Animals: A Modern Guide to Taxidermy by Divya Anantharaman and Katie Innamorato $26.95 The definitive guide to a growing movement. 100+ color photographs.


A Gambler’s Anatomy: A Novel by Jonathan Lethem $27.95 – An international backgammon hustler thinks he’s psychic. Too bad about the tumor in his face.


The Sick Bag Song by Nick Cave $21.00 – From the inimitable Nick Cave comes a mesmerizing exploration of love, inspiration, and memory that chronicles his 2014 twenty-two-city American tour with the Bad Seeds. This book began life scribbled on paper airlinesick bags during Cave’s 2014 tour. It soon grew into a restless full-length contemporary odyssey.

Dig: Australian Rock and Pop Music, 1960-85 by David Nichols and Dave Graney $35.00

Florence Foster Jenkins: The Life of the Worlds Worst Opera Singer by Darryl W. Bullock $24.95

I Swear I Was There: Sex Pistols, Manchester and the Gig That Changed the World by David Nolan $14.95 – On 4 June 1976, four young men took to the tiny stage of the Lesser Free Trade Hall in Manchester. The noise they made changed everything…The NME named it as the most important gig of all time. When the Sex Pistols played Manchester in ’76 they set off a series of musical detonations that are still being felt today.


The Illuminati: The Counter Culture Revolution-From Secret Societies to Wilkileaks and Anonymous by Robert Howells $19.95

Tragic Encounters: A People’s History of Native Americans by Page Smith $19.95

The Other Paris by Luc Sante $17.00 – A whirlwind tour of those who represent another side of Paris: the outcasts, criminals and eccentrics. Now in soft cover!

Rad Families: A Celebration, ed. by Tomas Moniz (PM Press) $19.95 – Edited by Tomas Moniz of the zine Rad Dad. This isn’t a how-to but does explore the process of getting pregnant from trans birth to adoption, grapples with issues of racism and police brutality, probes raising feminists and feminist parenting.

New World Order: A Strategy of Imperialism by by Sean Stone (Trine Day) $19.95

The Bonnot Gang: The Story of the French Illegalists by Richard Parry (PM Press) $18.95

Anarchy and the Sex Question: Essays on Women and Emancipation, 1896–1926 (Revolutionary Pocketbooks) by Emma Goldman, ed. by Shawn P. Wilbur (PM Press) $14.95

What is Anarchism: An Introduction by Donald Rooum (PM Press) $14.95


Lucky Peach Presents Power Vegetables!: Turbocharged Recipes for Vegetables with Guts by Peter Meehan and the editors of Lucky Peach

Crafting with Feminism: 25 Girl Powered Projects to Smash the Patriarchy by Bonnie Burton $14.99

Good Clean Fun: Misadventures in Sawdust at Offerman Woodshop by Nick Offerman $35.00

Knives and Ink: Chefs and the Stories Behind their Tattoos with Recipes by Isaac Fitzgerald and Wendy MacNaughton $24.00


The Secret History of Twin Peaks: A Novel by Mark Frost $29.99 – Reads as an FBI dossier whose author is “The Archivist,” and explains exactly how the Martells, Packards and Hornes came to be the prominent families in everyone’s favorite owl-infested small Washington town. This book also ties in pertinent Nez Pierce Native American lore dating back to the Manifest Destony days, not to mention some good old-fashioned high weirdness like the Freemasons, UFOs, Jack Parsons and the Grassy Knoll. Also provides some much needed background for specific questions on the show: how exactly did Hank fall out of favor with the Bookhouse Boys? What happened to the Log Lady when she was a kid that made her so weird? Awesome ephemera reproduction to move the narrative along that any TP fan will go ga-ga for: an RR Diner menu! The cover of a Terence McKenna-like book by Dr. Jacoby! An Autopsy Report of Josie Packard! Also, a surprisingly good piece of writing in the form of the doctor’s notes diagnosing Nadine’s health issues which showcases Mark Frost’s abilities to take the poetic Lynchian images and make sense of them (he was the one who pretty much filled in the gaps for David Lynch’s weirdness and made it, well make sense). A damn fine book. -LM


Maximumrocknroll #402 Nov 16 $4.99

True Crime Oct 16 $9.99

Tattoo Energy #103 $10.99

Monster Children #52 $11.99

Cinema Retro vol 12 #36 16 $11.99

Cannabis Now #22 Wiz Khalifa $7.99

Wicked Vision Magazine vol 3 Sep Oct 16 $18.00

Four Two Nine #8 $12.99

RFD #167 Fall 16 Substance $9.95


Aliterate #1 Fall 16 $12.00

Midwestern Gothic #23 Fall 16 $12.00


Gum, socks, soap, notebooks, planners, shit to put on your cat, boxes, gift bags to hold all that shit, Krampus wrapping paper — capitalism holiday stocking stuffer overdose starts now. Get it here.