Quimby’s Offsite at the Hideout: Brooks Headley In Conversation with Steve Albini About the Superiority Burger Cookbook

Jun
27
6:00 pm

Author Headley Brooks and his pal musician/producer Steve Albini will be in-conversation for this talk + signing event.

Brooks wrote The Superiority Burger Cookbook based on the veggie burgers he sells in the NY restaurant of the same name. Before that he played drums in lots of bands like Universal Order of Armageddon, Born Against, (Young) Pioneers and others.

Producer and Chicago musician Steve Albini runs his production studio Electrical Audio, was in bands like Shellac and Big Black, and publishes a food blog  WhatIMadeHeatherForDinner.SteveAlbiniCooks.com

Quimby’s will be selling books at the Hideout on Wed, June 27th, 6pm-7:30pm. The Hideout is at 1354 W. Wabansia Ave, Chicago. 21+, free event. This event is NOT at Quimby’s.

Here’s the Facebook event invite for this event.

SUPERIORITY BURGER COOKBOOK

The Vegetarian Hamburger Is Now Delicious

by Brooks Headley

“Brooks Headley makes the best veggie burger I’ve ever had.” — David Chang

“[Headley’s] punk ethos and deadpan humor make for some of the best cookbook

reading ever. . . Vegans—no, humans—rejoice.” Bon Appétit

“No one has done more to make vegetarian and vegan fast food cool and

craveable than Brooks Headley.”— New York magazine

“Superiority Burger is the most radical restaurant in New York. . . the vegetarian cooking of Mr. Headley and his crew, served in paper boats and cartons, is surprising,

fun and truly creative.” — Pete Wells, New York Times

“What makes Superiority Burger a sensation is bigger than the food. It’s the understated yet lengthy creation of a singular vision, a place that evokes memory and comfort yet pushes food to a happier, more enticing place with considerable wit and verve.”

Washington Post

In 2015, James Beard Award-winning chef Brooks Headley exiled himself from the fine-dining realm to sell six dollar veggie burgers in a 300-square-foot space in Manhattan’s East Village, aptly named “Superiority Burger.” A cozy counter hang-out filled with affordable, innovative food, Superiority Burger is a protest against the idea that extraordinary fare is the exclusive domain of the elite. Inciting a civilized vegetable revolution, Headley and his crew have rewritten the rules of non-meat cookery. 

Now, fans can feast on Superiority Burger’s blueprint for rebel compassion and culinary sophistication with SUPERIORITY BURGER COOKBOOK: The Vegetarian Hamburger Is Now Delicious [W. W. Norton & Company; June 5, 2018; $29.95 hardcover]. With more than 90 mouth-watering recipes, SUPERIORITY BURGER COOKBOOK lays bare the secrets of America’s most talked-about vegetarian restaurant, in recipes as simple as they are irresistible. Divided into five flavorful sections—Sandwiches, Cool Salads, Warm Vegetables, Soups and Stews, and Sweets—the book includes restaurant favorites like the Sloppy Dave, Burnt Broccoli Salad, Potato Coconut Soup, Tahini Ranch Romaine Salad, Seared Polenta with Maple Olive Oil, and, of course, the now legendary Superiority Burger.

With recipes for a coterie of other delights—fresh, vegetarian, accidently vegan, and always incredible—SUPERIORITY BURGER COOKBOOK is a must-read for home cooks who want something delicious, new, and imminently within their reach. A home-friendly primer on meatless American cooking made delicious, SUPERIORITY BURGER COOKBOOK will be drooled over by vegetarians, vegans and steadfast carnivores alike.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Brooks Headley, chef-owner of Superiority Burger, was named best pastry chef in the country in 2013 by the James Beard Foundation. His previous cookbook, Fancy Desserts, won the Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks from Food52. He lives in New York City.

TITLE: Superiority Burger Cookbook

SUBTITLE: The Vegetarian Hamburger Is Now Delicious

AUTHOR: Brooks Headley

PUBLICATION DATE: June 5, 2018

ISBN: 978-0-393-25398-6

PRICE: $29.95

PAGES: 224

Praise for Brooks Headley’s Fancy Desserts:

“A cupcake primer this is not. The punk rocker turned pastry chef at NYC’s Del Posto has delivered a hilarious page-turner.” —Bon Appétit

“The most entertaining cookbook in memory. . . A game changer.”—Anthony Bourdain

“When was the last time a cake recipe made you weep with laughter? Exactly. Brooks Headley—punk dude, vegetarian sympathizer, stealth genius, hero to all in the New York pastry world— has created something entirely new. It’s a cookable memoir about his life in music and food (i.e., lots of time in basements), but not the kind they’ll make a cute movie out of.” — Christine Muhlke, Bon Appétit

“A visceral and attitudinal and gustatory joy-ride, an exhilarating few laps around a 4-star kitchen in a beat up obscure punk rocker’s tour van. And Brooks Headley is as devoted to the sweet joy as he is to the hard ride of excellence in the pastry kitchen.”

Gabrielle Hamilton

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New Stuff This Week

Zines

Carnivore #1 Jun 2018 $5

Folrath pt 2 by Zak Sally $9

Yolanda #2 Thigh Times Enterprises $5

Mysterious Characters of Mars by Ed Blair $3 – Ed’s favorite Mountain Goat recordings!

Venus by Anneli Sanaye Henriksson $2

Buffet Life #1 A Zine About all you Care to Eat by Kristopher Pollard & friends $9

Words that Form Sentences That Almost Represent Ideas by Rob Steinberg $4

Comics & Minis

CAKE Digest 2018 Anthology – Edited by Chicago artist JJ McLuckie, this year’s edition is a 24-pager printed in blue riso. Some really cool contributions here from locals and not-so-locals showing a diverse spectrum of work: diary comics, surreal jokes and gags, art comics and design work. -Lane

White Supremacists Are Human Farts by Jenny Schmid and Sinee (Uncivilized) $8

Pump Station: A Zine About One Woman’s Experiences Breastfeeding and Pumping by Allison H. Lowe Fotos & Adam Fotos $3

Jump vol 1 Stories and Art by Caroline Cash $15

Coin Op #7 Doppler Issue $19.95

Morsel by James Stanton (Silver Sprocket) $5

M.S. Harkness, $4 each: Normal Girl, Savage Journey to the Heart of an Anime Convention

What a Irregular Jargon Zine by Adeleido Olea $2

Field Guide to Domestic Insects — first Edition by Lucie Van Der Elst $12

Ukraine Diaries by Nick Jackson $20

Graphic Novels

Weaver Festival Phenomenon by Ron Rege Jr. $20

A Western World by Michael Deforge (Koyama Press) $22.95 – Strange stories!

Everything Is Really Hard Today by Kevin Budnik (Tinto Press) $12

The Clandestinauts by Tim Sievert (Uncivilized Books) $17.95

Winter’s Cosmos by Michael Comeau (Koyama Press) $20

Somnambulance by Fiona Smyth (Koyama Press) $29.95

RM by Josh Bayer (Tinto Press) $14

Art Books

Rockabilly Psychobilly: An Art Anthology by Jamie Kendall (Schiffer) $34.99

Graffiti Grrlz: Performing Feminism in the Hip Hop Diaspora by Jessica Nydia Pabón-colón (New York Univ Pr) $30

Politics & Revolution

Feminist Freedom Warriors: Genealogies, Justice, Politics, and Hope edited by Chandra Talpade Mohanty & Linda E. Carty (Haymarket) $18

As Black As Resistance: Finding the Conditions for Liberation by Zoe Samudzi & William C. Anderson (AK Press) $16

Music Books

The Show That Never Ends: The Rise and Fall of Prog Rock by David Weigel $17.95

POC History vol 1 #4 People of Color Then and Now and Art by Vital Vessel $10.99

Mayhem & Outer Limits

Justice Howard’s Voodoo: Conjure and Sacrifice by Justice Howard & Voodoo Queen Bloody Mary $24.99 – Peer behind the curtain and journey into Voodoo’s hidden world.

Fiction

A People’s History of the Vampire Uprising by Raymond A. Villareal $27

Magazines

Bitch #79 $7.95

Juxtapoz #206 Sum 18 $9.99

Bust #111 $6.99

Raw Vision #97 Spr 18 $14

Jacobin #29 $12.95

Chap Books & Lit Journals

Lyrics and Poetry #1 A Journal of Songwriting as Prose $10

Every Circle is a Moon Complete Poems of Wyatt Red $7

Fields Magazine #9 Spr Sum 18 $16

New Stuff This Week

Zines & Zine-Related

Fixer Eraser #3 and #4 by Jonas $3 each

from Scott Miller: Strange Tapes #1 $7 – Film oddities zine! & Printsploitation #4 $10 – with contributions from Corinne Halbert, Putrid and more!

Sticker Collection Logan Square 2018 $1

Shira Mario #5 $2

Scurvy – A Zine by Zack Bly $2

My Complicated Relationship With Food vol 4 Reviews of Some of the Things We Put in Our Mouths $1

It Only Gets Worse From Here: Fifteen Uninspirational Messages to Ruin Your Day by Zachary Auburn $2

Myth or Maybe a Lie About my Father by Margarita Kruchinskaya $10

Fairy Tales for Cynical Girls vol 4 by K8 $2

This is Not Happening the X Files Zine by Lynne Monsoon $12

Fat Sweaty Guyz: A Fanzine by Chris Davis $3

Rumpy Pumpy #6 by Milo $3

uplifting zines from Chris Davis, $3 each: People I’ve Met and Hated, All the Cusses From My Older Sister Kate’s Copy of Fifty Shades of Grey, Creepy Craigslist: A Journey into Private Lives Compiled & more

Kimchi Babe #1 & #2 The Mixtape by Kimchi Babe $4 each

TMRWLND issues #1-#3 $15 each

Vacation – A Sketchbook Zine by Cam del Rosario $8

Living Southerners #7 by J Wu $3

Twist: A Brief History of the Song and Dance by Billy Roberts $1

Whipper Snapper Nerd: Selections from the Zine, featuring Artists of Creativity Explored, edited by Harrell Fletcher & Elizabeth Meyer (Manic D Press) $15.95 – Collects all 8 issues of this San Francisco zine from the 90s, each devoted to a different artist.

Comics & Minis

No Cops by Alisha Rae $5

Outo Queer Identities by HP Lehkonen $10

Sporgo #3 $5

Love and Rockets Magazine #5 by Gilbert and Jamie Hernandez (Fantagraphics) $5.99

Italian American Mushroom and Plumbing Enthusiast #1 & #2 by Blake Sims $2 each

Bluescale by Kaitlin Kostus $7

Rabbit Who Fights #3 by Tim Hamilton $6

Grow by JJ McLuckie $10

Unplug by Steve Schaberg $5

Awkwardly Long Book of Auto Bio Comics About Being an Anxiety Ridden Depressed Person $5

Simple Things by H. Goodspeed (Perfectly Acceptable Press) $10

Dust Bunnies by Thomas H. Boeing $7

Lips: Family of Ursel Belgium by Jason Lips $3

Watch Dog #2 by Saxon Kotowski $5 each

Spirit Prison Fanzine by Dylan Chadwick $8

Bad Day by Ryan Consbruck $7

Laskimooses #41 by Taivaan Lapset & Tohori Matti Hagelbergin $7

Butter Fingers by Emeline Mele $10

Hypochondria by Erika $3.50

Minor Leagues #5 by Simon Moreton $6

Out of the Deep: A Comic Anthology, ed. by Melissa Sayen $15

Graphic Novels

Tinderella by M.S. Harkness (Kilgore) $12 – Don’t miss M.S. Harkness at the CAKE Kick-off Event here at Quimby’s next Friday!

Lempo by Sara Valta $17

XTC69 by Jessica Campbell (Koyama) $12 – Explorers from an all-women planet have found men to breed with, but have they found studs or duds?

Prison Pit vol 6 by Johnny Ryan (Fantagraphics) $14.99

The Ideal Copy by Ben Sears (Koyama) $12

The Troublemakers by Baron Yoshimoto (Retrofit Comics) $20

Winner by Karl Stevens (Retroit) $18 – Contemplations and sci-fi fantasies of a museum security guard.

2 Cow House Press titles: Point of You Where Do You Want to Be by Nathaniel Osollo $10, Wicked and The Tired: A Comic Anthology of Surreal Horror and the Anxiety of Living, edited by Sheika Lugtu $15

Coin-op Comics Anthology 1997-2017 by Maria & Peter Hoey (Top Shelf) $29.99

Hasib & the Queen of Serpents: A Thousand and One Nights Tale by David B. (NBM) $24.99

Grip vol 1 by Lale Westvind (Perfectly Acceptable Press) $25

Politics & Revolution

Modern Science and Anarchy by Peter Kropotkin (AK Press) $28 – Assembled in English for the first time, an unabridged gem from anarchism’s famous theorist.

Policing the Black Man: Arrest, Prosecution, and Imprisonment, ed. by Angela J. Davis $16 – A comprehensive, readable analysis of the key issues of the Black Lives Matter movement, this thought-provoking and compelling anthology features essays by some of the nation’s most influential and respected criminal justice experts and legal scholars.

Hard to Do: The Surprising, Feminist History of Breaking Up by Kelli María Korducki $14.95 – From Jane Austen to Taylor Swift, a look at the surprising politics of romantic love and its dissolution.

Sh*tshow!: The Country’s Collapsing . . . and the Ratings Are Great by Charlie Leduff $27

State of Exception by Chase Carter $15

Art Books

The Mermaid Handbook: An Alluring Treasury of Literature, Lore, Art, Recipes, and Projects by Carolyn Turgeon $35 – Brrrring! Brrrring! The phone’s ringin’! Siren calling! Illustrated and packed with lore, legends, facts and trivia, beautiful illustrations, and numerous step-by-step projects and recipes.

Music Books

To Throw Away Unopened by Viv Albertine $24.95 – Follow-up to memoir from member of the Slits, touching on the death of her mother, ageing, feminism and other conundrums that characterize the 21st century life.

Austin Punk Invasion by David Ensminger (Left of the Dial Books) $10 – A survey of Austin’s first wave punk and hardcore eras.

Outer Limits & Mayhem

Torture: Persuasion at Its Most Gruesome by Geoffrey Abbott $13.95 – A classic account of the history of torture, from chilli powder punishment to needles under nails, with a style both chilling and full of dark humor.

Psychedelic Revolutionaries: LSD and the Birth of Hallucinogenic Research by P. W. Barber $27.95 – Recounting research on hallucinogenic drug treatments during the 1950s and 60s, this book shows how public fears, stoked by partisan politics, can hold back scientific advancements.

The World of Lore: Wicked Mortals by Aaron Mahnke $28.99 – Lavishly illustrated accounts of history’s most despicable people ever to walk the earth, including serial killers, desperate criminals, and socially mobile people with a much darker double-life. Courtesy of the producer of the podcast Lore.

Tesla: Inventor of the Modern by Richard Munson $26.95

Liber 420: Cannabis, Magickal Herbs and the Occult by Chris Bennett (Trine Day) $34.95 – Cannabis and other psychoactive plants held an important role in the Occult arts of Alchemy and Magic, as well as being used in ritual initiations of certain secret societies. Could cannabis have been the Holy Grail?

How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence by Michael Pollan $28 – “Mental travelogue” of research done via both research and participatory journalism. That means he was dosing, dude.

Humor

Vacationland: True Stories from Painful Beaches by John Hodgman $16

Essays

Status Quont by Katilyn Pulcher $15

2 David Sedaris titles: Calypso $28 + Theft by Finding: Diaries (1977-2002) $17.99

Fiction

Death and Facebook by Iphgenia Baal (We Heard You Like Books) $15.95 – a true account of a dysfunctional love affair that ends in disaster, posthumously pieced together from threads from Facebook and other social media.

Cocktails

Cocktails Across America: A Postcard View of Cocktail Culture in the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s by Diane Lapis & Anne Peck-davis $24.95

The Cocktail Book by The British Library Board $12.95 – Reprint of the book from 1900, with early recipes for the Whisky Sour, Mint Julep, Manhattan, and many more.

Magazines

Soiled #7 Animatescrapers $15

Apartamento #21 $24

Mojo #295 $11.25

Tape Op #125 $5.95

Wire #411 $10.99

Lit Journals, Chap Books & Poetry

You Are Coming Going by Keith Helt $2

Brain Fever #4 Spring 18 Edited by Mike Goodman $12

Long Day Press Journal #2 $8

Overtime Hour 48 Graveyard by Kyle Bilinski $2

Always Crashing vol 1 $12

Sex & Gender Culture Studies & Guides

The Boys of Fairy Town: Sodomites, Female Impersonators, Third-sexers, Pansies, Queers, and Sex Morons in Chicago’s First Century by Jim Elledge (Chicago Review) $29.99

Women’s Health Vagina University: A Complete Owner’s Manual from Sex and Periods to Health and Body Image…And Everything in Between by Sheila Curry Oakes $16.99

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New Stuff This Week

Pretend I’m Dead by Jen Beagin $24 – the story of a cleaning lady, an addict, a psychic
Bullshit Jobs: A Theory by David Graeber $27 – An anthropologist’s powerful argument against the rise of meaningless, unfulfilling jobs, and their consequences.
All the Answers: A Graphic Memoir by Michael Kupperman $25 – The story of the author’s race to understand his father’s past.

Zines

On the Art of Failure by Gabrielle Welsh $10

En3my 1550 N Milwaukee Ave Third FL, Edited by Amelia Ishmael and J. Soliday $5

Fluke Fanzine #15 with Adam Smith, Gary Floyd, Ian McKaye $4

zines by Faith G. Harper PhD (Microcosm Publishing) $3:
Sexing Yourself For Your Own Pleasure
Unfuck Your Adulting: Give Yourself Permission, Carry Your Own Baggage, Don’t Be a Dick Make Decisions and Other Life Skills

How Not to Get Arrested At a Demonstration $3 – By The Times Up Environmental Organization with illustrations by Fly.

Don’t Be Retarded #1: Autistic Pride In a Neurophobic World (Microcosm Publishing) $5

CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #8 Intro to the MLK and RFK Assassination… by Joseph E. Green (Microcosm Publishing) $4

Heartburn: A Drawing Zine by Caroline Cash $5

Smudge vol 2 #5 by Clay Hickson $5

Yo Miss #6 Changes, Vengeance, Trump and the Eumenides by Lisa Wilde $4

Amerizine Lol IDK $5

Mother Nature Is a Lesbian $10

Cat Party #2 Stories and Comics About Our Favorite Cats by Katie Haegele $3

Mind the Gender Cycling Gap by Tiffany F. Lam $4

Aversion: A Zine of Therapeutic Vignettes Chapter 2 Canine by Aaron Eischeid $5

Comics & Minis

Diary Comics 2018-2019 by Lane Milburn $4 – Join me as I read articles on my phone, despair over climate change, fret about my artwork, and record my dreams. This is a sampling of diary comic strips I started posting on Instagram in the summer of 2017. -Lane

Visualizing by Lane Milburn $6 – A man and woman on an interstellar voyage awaken from sleep. They “visualize” their dreams for each other, using holograms to show their fragmented knowledge of the past and their apocalyptic visions of the future. Black and white interior with risograph covers printed by Perfectly Acceptable Press. -Lane

Cartoon Dialectics vol 3 by Tom Kaczynski & Clara Jetsmark (Uncivilized) $6

I’m So Punk #2 by Caroline Cash $5

Graveless by S.E. Stohler $5

3005 by Fushuheng, illustrating the song by Childish Gambino $6

Nouvelles #2 by outsidewolves $3

by Meghan Turbitt: Your Pal $5 & Turbz: How to Eat Chips $5

Astray #1 a Series of Starts by Daniel McCloskey $4.50

Fae Archaic #8 The Final Issue by Kurt Burdick $10

Real Deal #8 Psyops by Lawrence Rawdog Hubbard (Fantagraphics) $8

Graphic Novels

Sabrina by Nick Drnaso (D&Q) $27.95 – Don’t miss Nick Drnaso at Quimby’s on Thurs, May 24th to release this book about the aftermath of a disaster about a missing woman, the videotape that surfaces and the conspiracy theorists that interpret events to fit their own narratives.

Dumb: Living Without a Voice by Georgia Webber (Fantagraphics) $22.99 – Don’t miss Georgia Webber here at Quimby’s on Thurs, May 31st to celebrate this book about coping with challenges that come with voicelessness. Her raw cartooning style, occasionally devolving into chaotic scribbles, splotches of ink, and overlapping montages, perfectly captures her frustration and anxiety. But her ordeal ultimately becomes a hopeful story. Throughout, she learns to lean on the support of her close friends, finds self-expression in creating comics, and comes to understand and appreciate how deeply her voice and identity are intertwined.

Rock Steady: Brilliant Advice from My Bipolar Life by Ellen Forney (Fantagraphics) $19.99 – In a follow-up to the 2012 best-selling graphic memoir, Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me, the author presents a survival guide for people with bipolar disorder that is filled with tips, tricks and tools.

Mushroom Fan Club by Elise Gravel (D&Q) $17.95 – A whimsical look at mushroom hunting.

Animus by Antoine Revoy $16.99 – Two friends resolve to investigate the paranormal forces in their quiet Kyoto neighborhood.

The Best We Could Do: An Illustrated Memoir by Thi Bui (Abrams) $17.99

Cautionary Tales of Childhood by Bee Lavender $5

Mean Girls Club: Pink Dawn by Ryan Heshka (Nobrow) $20.95

Art Books

The Classic Bicycle Coloring Book by Taliah Lempert (Microcosm Publishing) $14.95

Politics & Revolution Books

Trump / Russia: A Definitive History by Seth Hettena $27.99

May Day Manifesto 1968, edited Raymond Williams $17.95 – Anniversary edition of the classic political manifesto that brought together the most influential radical voices of the era. Among the seventy signatories were Raymond Williams, E. P. Thompson, Stuart Hall, Iris Murdoch, Terry Eagleton, Ralph Miliband, and R. D. Laing.

1968 in America: Music, Politics, Chaos, Counterculture, and the Shaping of a Generation by Charles Kaiser (Grove Press) $18

Fiction

Banthology: Stories from Banned Nations, edited by Sarah Cleave (Deep Vellum Pub) $14.95 – Work by writers from the seven nations included in Trump’s original “Muslim travel ban.”

Empire of the Senseless, 30th Anniversary Edition by Kathy Acker $16 – Two terrorists (one part human/part robot, the other a pirate) in a dystopian Paris search for a mysterious drug that maintains one’s ability to love, in Acker’s “twisted re-creation of quest sagas and Bildungsroman and TV sitcoms.”

How to Set Yourself on Fire by Julia Dixon Evans (Dzanc) $16.95

The Garbage Times/White Ibis: Two Novellas by Sam Pink (Soft Skull) $16.95

Spring by Karl Ove Knausgaard $27

Mayhem & Outer Limits

The Manson Women and Me: Monsters, Morality, and Murder by Nikki Meredith $26 – From a journalist that visted Leslie Van Houten and Patricia Krenwinkel in prison to see how they changed in their incarceration for the murders they committed on the orders of Charles Manson.

The Book of Highs: 255 Ways to Alter Your Consciousness Without Drugs by Edward Rosenfeld $17.95

Hitler’s Monsters: A Supernatural History of the Third Reich by Eric Kurlander $20

The Witch’s Spellbook: Enchantments, Incantations, and Rituals from Around the World by Sarah Bartlett $19.99

Century of Moon Phases Pacific Standard Time 2001-2100 by Sage Liskey $11

Essays & Interviews

Thank You For Asking Me That Question: Collected Interviews by Wilfred Brandt $25

The Best Minds of My Generation: A Literary History of the Beats, by Allen Ginsberg and edited by Bill Morgan (Grove Press) $20 – Based on Ginsberg’s lectures!

Humor

How to Be Cool: The 150 Essential Idols, Ideals and Other Cool S*** by Thomas W. Hodgkinson (Icon) $14.95 – Well, we guess cool CAN be taught.

Music & Film Books

The Despair of Monkeys and Other Trifles by Francoise Hardy (Feral House) $24.95 – Beautiful 1960s “Yé-Yé” chanteuse Françoise Hardy shares her iconic life and memories in this brutally honest memoir of love, loss, and wisdom.


Creative Quest by Questlove $27.99 – Co-founder of The Roots offers a guide to creativity composed of creative philosophies, stories, inspiration, and advice.

Cathode Love: an Irregular Collection of Irregular Pleasures by Matthew Brendan Clark $15

It Doesn’t Suck: Showgirls by Adam Nayman (ECW) $12.95 – Now updated with a bonus interview with director Paul Verhoeven.

Photo Books

Hollywood Beach Beauties: Sea Sirens, Sun Goddesses, and Summer Style 1930-1970 by David Wills $30

Projections In the Last Greenhouse by Roxana Azar $12.50

Magazines

Antelope Magazine: Flight $12

True Detective May 18 $9.99

Internationalist #51 $1

Offscreen #19 The Human Side of Technology $20

Disruptor #5 $5

Poetry, Chap Books & Lit Journals

Women of Resistance: Poems for a New Feminism, edited by Danielle Barnhart and Iris Mahan (O/R Books) $14.95

Bride by Andy Hood $8

Wolfman New Life Quarterly #2 Spr 18 by Jacob Kahn $12