Dark Tourism by Rebecca Bathory (Carpet Bombing Culture) $45 – Photo collection of places associated with death and tragedy around the world. Creepily compelling.
Lazy Diana #4 A Punk Pagan Zine by Kelci Crawford $3
Professional Amateur Business Cards by Paul Shortt $5
Fixer Eraser #5 by Jonas $3
What Problems Can Artist Publishers Solve? by Marc Fischer $6
Library Excavations #9 Chicago’s Filed Artists $6
Mura Press #1 $10
Proof I Exist #28 by Billy McCall $2
Black Bean Zine #2 $5
Rumors and Hope by Aaron Krach $6
Inktober 16 by Nicolette Baltad $3
Splendid Eye by Kera Ling $8
The Kurdles Adventure Magazine #1 $10 – All ages/kids mag from Fantagraphics! This issue: Robert Goodin, Cathy Malkasian & more!
I Spy by Alli Katz $6
New Wave Comics Presents #4-#6 $1.50 each
Lemmy #1-#4 by Sam Logan $1 each
Little Stranger by Edie Fake (Secret Acres) $21.95 – Have you ever gotten turned on while stuffing a turkey? Get a Little Stranger!
In the Future We are Dead by Eva Müller (Birdcage Bottom Books) $15
Politics & Revolution
Artivism by Poch Arcadi / Daniela Poch (Carpet Bombing Culture) $34.95 – Art as the megaphone of the unfairness.
How the World Swung to the Right: Fifty Years of Counterrevolutions by Francois Cusset (Semiotexte) $14.95
Sex and the Constitution: Sex, Religion, and Law from America’s Origins to the Twenty-First Century by Geoffrey R. Stone $21.95
D.I.Y. Resistance: 36 Ways to Fight Back! by Anthony Alvarado $14.95 – Shares the successful actions people’s movements use to defeat tyrants, including defending free speech, looking after the community, fighting racism and misogyny, organizing, protesting, networking, and publishing.
Women and the American Labor Movement: From the First Trade Unions to the Present by Philip S. Foner (Haymarket) $25
The Leopold and Loeb Files: An Intimate Look at One of America’s Most Infamous Crimes by Nina Barrett $35 – A history of Chicago’s infamous 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder case, told chiefly through a rare collection of carefully arranged primary source material, including confessions, court transcripts, psychological reports, evidence photos, and more.
What Does This Button Do?: An Autobiography by Bruce Dickinson $17.99 – From Iron Maiden lead singer. Details include: schoolboy misbehaviour, handbanging injuries, becoming a pilot. What you want in a rock’n’roll memoir minus the drugs (except for the beer).
Mods: A Way of Life by Patrick Potter (Carpet Bombing Culture) $24.95
Paleo for Unicorns by Amy Subach (Microcosm) $14.95 – Eat the patriarchy!
Comemadre by Roque Larraquy (Coffee House Press) $16.95 – Full of vulgarity, excess, and discomfort: strange ants that form almost perfect circles, missing body parts, obsessive love affairs, and man-eating plants. Darkly funny, smart, and engrossing.
The Internationalist #52 $1
Sinister Wisdom Multicultural Lesbian Lit & Art Journal #109 $14
Meat #27 $14
Elska #18 Los Angeles $18.50