New Stuff This Week

Quimby’s will be open for abbreviated hours

on Mon, Sep 6th, from noon to 5pm.

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Uncle Envelope #20 Write Now by Neil Brideau $4.50 Uncle Envelope is this thing where you sign up and you get a new and exciting paper object or craft each month. It might be a funny mini-comic or a set of trading cards. Or it might be a fantastic map or a blueprint you can use to create your very own robot, monster, or game. They’re made by cool artists, always G-Rated, but it delights everybody. Quimby’s mini-comics sommalier Neil Brideau has this new zine that is both a love letter and tutorial to self-publishing.
KerBloom #85 Jul Aug 10: Bloom Enough of Their Lies by Artnoose $2.00
This is the Truth $1.00
Its Curtains #4 $1.00
Watch the Closing Doors #52 $2.50
Friction #1 $3.00
List #14 Fine For Now by Ramsey $4.00
Welcome to Flavor Country #21 by Kurt Morris $2.00

Interiorae #4 by Gabriella Giandelli (Fantagraphics) $7.95
Tank Girl Hairy Heroes Super Summer Special by Alan Martin and Rufus Dayglo (Image) $3.99
Niger #3 by Leila Marzocchi (Fantagraphics) $7.95
M. Sauters Guide to Douchebaggery by M. Sauter (Sex & Weather Comics) $2.50 – A rough field guide to douchebags and related species like assholes and tools.doucebaggery
Attack of the Zombie Soy Bot #9 – Aaaattack by Tom Dewing and Artnoose $2.00
Conked Motor by Leslie Weibeler $1.00
This Time by LW $1.00
Yawning Void #1 by Pete Hodapp $5.00
Possum and the Pepper Spray by Pete Hodapp $4.00
Pump: A Yawning Void Flip Book by Pete Hodapp $3.00
Koolosaurus by Sam Sharpe $1.00 – Very cute.
Famous Hairdos of Popular Music #5 Prince $3.00

Aurorarama by Jean-Christophe Valtat (Melville House) $25.95 – Don’t miss this French author coming to Quimby’s on Wed, Sept 22nd, 7pm. Set in the glittering Arctic city of “New Venice,” Aurorarama imagines an intricate “steampunk” society populated with anarchists, hypnotists, rock stars, drug-addled bohemians, dapper secret police, and a secret society of subterranean garbage collectors. French author Jean-Christophe Valtat has drawn on a wealth of research about Arctic exploration, Victorian mysticism, and 19th-century technology to create a truly unforgettable literary adventure tale that calls to mind Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, the graphic-novel classics of Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman, and such genre-bending literary sensations as Susanna Clarke’s Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell or Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials series.Aurorarama
How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe by Charles Yu (Pantheon) $24.00 – Funny, poetic and reminiscent of Jasper Fforde. If this were on Facebook I would give it a “like.” The main character is a guy who fixes time machines and screw-ups in the spacetime continuum. I would like to have that job. But I don’t have the time. -LM
Death of Bunny Munro by Nick Cave (Faber) $15.00 – Most recent work of fiction now in an affordable soft cover edition for fans of musician Nick Cave.
Skippy Dies by Paul Murray (Faber) $28.00
Noise, A Novel by Darin Bradley (Ballantine) $15.00
You Were Wrong by Matthew Sharpe (Bloomsbury) $14.00 – From the author of Jamestown, an author once upon a time published by Soft Skull.
Daddys – Bait and Novelties 24 Fictions by Lindsay Hunter (Featherproof) $14.95
Ghosted by Stall Shaughnessy Bishop (Soft Skull) $15.95
Dreamland by Kevin Baker (Harper) $14.99 – From the author of Strivers Row and Paradise Alley.
Look at the Birdie – Short Fiction by Kurt Vonnegut (Dial) $15.00 – In soft cover.
Richard Yates by Tao Lin (Melville House) $14.95 – We have it on hand but it’s so under wraps that we can’t even sell it to you until September 3rd! That’s the type of excitement there is about this author, that according to Clancy Martin of How to Sell, “May well be the most important writer under thirty working today.” Don’t miss Tao Lin reading form this book here at Quimby’s on Wed, Sept 15th, 7pm. Tao Lin’s second novel tracks the relationship between writer Haley Joel Osment, a New Yorker in his early twenties, and Dakota Fanning, his 16-year-old lover. -LMRichardYatesTaoLin

Drinking at the Movies by Julia Wertz (Three Rivers Press) $15.00 – Wertz, known for her hilarious Fart Party, continues her entertaining slice of life.
Stitches: A Memoir by David Small (WW Norton) $15.95 – His parents gave him cancer! So he got back at them and made an amazing graphic novel about it. Ah. The best revenge is a tell-all. I bet Christopher Ciccone agrees. -LM
Two Cents Plain: My Brooklyn Boyhood by Martin Lemelman (Bloomsbury) $26.00
Dante’s Divine Comedy: Inferno, Purgatory, Paradise, a graphic novel adopted and illustrated by Seymour Chwast (Bloomsbury) $20.00
Strange Tales TPB (Marvel) $24.99 – Collects Strange Tales #1-3, featuring the long awaited Peter Bagge “Incorrigible Hulk!” Collects Startling Stories: The Megalomaniacal Spider-Man, Hulk vs. the Rain, and Diary of the Hulk. Written and illustrated by Paul Pope, Jhonen Vasquez, Tony Millionaire, Nicholas Gurewitch, Nick Bertozzi, Junko Mizuno and many more!

Exquisite Book: 100 Artists Play a Collaborative Game, curated by ALSO (Chronicle) $29.95 – Crazy foldy-outy art book in the tradition of the game Exquisite Corpse. Includes work from contemporary illustrators and indie artists like Jordan Crane, Jill Bliss, David Shrigley, and Quimby’s employee Edie Fake!!!exquisitebook-cover
Love Letter For You: Brick Valentines on the Philly Skyline by Steve Powers (Free News) $19.95
Bittersweet by Caroline Kober (Kerber) $35.00
Too Black for BET Episodes 1 and 2 by Jayson Scott Musson (Free News) $10.00
Joe Leadbetters Sketchbook by Joe Leadbetter (Nerdcore) $25.00
Breathless Homicidal Slime Mutants: The Art of the Paperback by Steven Brower (Universe) $24.95
Full Bleed New York City Skateboard Photography by Alex Corporan etc. (Vice) $35.00
Illustration Play 2: An Expedition to the Extraordinary (Victionary) $39.95
New Girly Graphics: A New Generation of Glamourous Cute and Romantic Designs (PIE Books) $75.00
Street View: The New Nylon Book of Global Style (Universe) $24.95 – That way you’ll know how to dress BEFORE you go into Urban Outfitters around the corner.
Street Art Stencil Book: 20 Laser Cut Stencils by the Worlds Greatest Street Artists, curated by On.Studio (Laurence King) $29.95 – Stencils by such artists as Bandit, Blek Le Rat, Pure Evil and more. Now you can stencil that gnome on a skateboard on your parents coffee table. They’ll LOVE that. Screw you, mom and dad! -LM

Murder Most Foul #77 $9.99
Flaunt #110 $8.99
Treating Yourself #24 $7.99
Boneshaker Magazine #2 $8.00
Sideburn #6 $10.25
Dazed & Confused #89 Sep 10 $9.95
Super Kawaii #1 $14.99
Razorcake #56 $4.00
Mojo #203 Oct 10 $9.99
Signal to Noise #59 Fall 10 $4.95
Filter #41 $5.95
Monocle vol 4 #36 Sep 10 $10.00
Z Magazine Sep 10 $4.95
Against the Current #148 $5.00
In These Times Sep 10 $3.50
Travel Naturally #76 $9.95
Tattoo Society #23 $7.99

Bull Spec #1 Spr 10 $5.00
Bull Spec #2 Sum 10 $8.00

Re/Search – Modern Primitives 20th Anniversary Edition (Re/Search) $25.00 – Putting bones in your ears are as popular as ever before! -LM
Mirage Men: An Adventure Into Paranoia, Espionage, Psychological Warfare and UFOs by Mark Pilkington (Skyhorse) $22.95

Route 19: Revisited The Clash and London Calling by Marcus Gray (Soft Skull) $17.95

Poison Penmanship: The Gentle Art of Muckraking by Jessica Mitford (NYRB) $15.95
You Ruined It For Everyone: 101 People Who Screwed Things Up For the Rest of Us by Matthew Vincent (Soft Skull) $14.95
True Prep: Its a Whole New Old World by Lisa Birnbach and Chip Kidd (Knopf) $19.95
America by Jean Baudrillard (Verso) $19.95 – This new edition of France’s (late) leading philosopher of postmodernism takes to the freeways in a collection of traveller’s tales from the sierras of New Mexico to the streets of New York and LA by night. Contains a new introduction by novelist Geoff Dyer about this popular book’s continued resonance.

Three Classic Childrens Stories: Little Red Riding Hood, Jack the Giant, Killer Rum by James Donnelly and Edward Gorey (Pomegranate) $17.95
Half Upon a Time by James Riley (AladdinMix) $15.99

America Swings by var. (Taschen) $39.99 – Yes, that kind of swinging.
RFD #143 $7.75 – Queer Sustainability.

Adventures of Buffy the Cat 2011 Calendar $12.95 – We don’t carry a lot of wall calendars anymore because they don’t do so well for us. But the public, who adored the amazing photography book Buffy the Cat: No Dogs Allowed who loves to be dressed in ANYTHING, demanded a year of Buffy’s adventures. And we are happy to provide. The Buffy book and calendar are consigned by a local photographer who donates the procedes of both to charity. Support Buffy and you support a person in need. And you support cats who play the guitar and ride snowboards. -LM
Pink Hotel DVD by Chris Hefner $15.00 – A local filmmaker made this film. It’s shown at places like the Music Box. So you know, it’s kinda arty.

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