Tarot Readings by Sarah Luczko at Quimby’s April 15th

Apr
15
7:00 pm

Quimby’s is proud to welcome back  readings by , poet, dancer, performance artist, bookstore owner (Space Oddities, friend of Quimby’s), and Tarot reader. Her readings are down to earth, while still keeping one foot in the other world. Sarah grants her querents the autonomy and focus to produce their own reading through collaboration in working with the cards. She embraces the traveling tradition of party readings. She prefers to read in loud bars, outdoors, in a garden, at art openings, or anywhere away from more traditional settings. $20 per reading. Follow her on Instagram: @sluczko

Facebook invite for this event is here.

New Stuff This Week

 

Your Focus Chamber Awaits by Sean Christensen and Theo Ellsworth $20

Zines

Plant Parenthood by Heather Anacker and Krista Feld $9.99

Caboose #11 by Liz Mason $4 – Knowledge gained from loss of pets and parents.

Rejected Zine #2 $3

We The Drowned #2 by Jonas $3

Zeromile #11 ($5) & #12 ($10)

Maniac at Large by Corey J. Brewer $15

Sunkissed Moon Is Weak with Gravity by Daniella Thach $10

Bad Shape by Harry Elfenbaum and Wade Howard $20

MisMerchd #1 The Everyday Value Issue by Heather Link Bergman $5

Every Mark I Ever Made by Well Piersol $4

Llill Leftist Leaflets in Little Libraries $5

Slave Nation #1 by Frank Kwiatkowski $5

Raw Fury #5 by Peter Bergman $20

Bad Egg (various issues) $5-$10

Cleft Land #1-#5 $1 each

A is for Asexual $1

Tea and Butterflies #1 & #2 $1 each

Fat Dracula by rlarsen4 $5

Razorblades and Aspirin #5 by M. Thorn $8

Comics

Fine: A Story by M. Centeno $8

Stuff from Cold Cube Press: Endman by Karissa Sakumoto $10 + Behind Is Late by Cynthia Alfonso $20

Stub My Toe by Wade Howard $5

Cheesecake by M. Sabine Rear $8

Vanitas by Bee Ebben $5

Its Ok To Be Sad by Kevin Budnik, various issues $3

Coffee Spoons #4 by Megan Kirby $8

Graphic Novels

Cult of the Ibis by Daria Tessler (Fantagraphics Underground) $29.99

Is This How You See Me by Jaime Hernandez (Fantagraphics) $19.99 – Don’t miss Jaime here next week, on Monday, March 11th, in convo with Anya Davidson.

This Woman’s Work by Julie Delporte (D+Q) $24.95

Kid Gloves: Nine Months of Careful Chaos by Lucy Knisley $19.99

The Perineum Technique by Ruppert / Mulot (Fantagraphics) $19.99

Shazam!: The Golden Age of the World’s Mightiest Mortal by Chip Kidd / Geoff Spear $24.99

A Fire Story by Brian Fies $24.99

Politics & Revolution Books

She the People: A Graphic History of Uprisings, Breakdowns, Setbacks, Revolts, and Enduring Hope on the Unfinished Road to Women’s Equality by Jen Deaderick, illustrated by Rita Sapunor $17.99

Feminism for the 99 Percent: A Manifesto by Cinzia Arruzza / Tithi Bhattacharya / Nancy Fraser (Verso) $12.95

The Women’s Suffrage Movement edited by Sally Roesch Wagner $18

Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good edited Adrienne Maree Brown (AK Press) $20

Culture and Resistance: Conversations With Edward W. Said by Edward W. Said / David Barsamian (Haymarket Books) $17.95

Love and Resistance: Out of the Closet into the Stonewall Era edited by Jason Baumann $24.95

Art, Design & Photo Books

Dead Skin by Wade Howard $24.99

Song Of Songs illustrated by Samo Frosh $20

Music & Film Books

33 1/3: The Shangri-las’ Golden Hits of the Shangri-las by Ada Wolin $14.95

Caddyshack: The Making of a Hollywood Cinderella Story by Chris Nashawaty $17.99

Essays

Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant: Essays by Joel Golby $16

Fiction

Flash and Filigree by Terry Southern $16 – New edition.

The Sea Beast Takes a Lover: Stories by Michael Andreasen $17

Gingerbread by Helen Oyeyemi $27

Mayhem & Outer Limits

I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer by Michelle McNamara $17.99

Evil: The Science Behind Humanity’s Dark Side by Julia Shaw $24

Skeleton Keys: The Secret Life of Bone by Brian Switek $26

Magazines

Wicked Vision Magazine vol 13 Jan Feb Mar 2019 $18

Bitch #82 $7.95

Create Magazine #13 $15

Murder Most Foul: World’s Number One True Crime Quarterly #111 $10.99

Jacobin #32 $12.95

Nostalgia Digest Spring 2019 $4.50

In These Times March 2019 $4.95

Fortean Times #376 $12.40

Lit Journals, Poetry & Chap Books

Overtime Hour 51 How the System Works by Laura Wyckoff $2

Love Calls Out To Love by J Blake Gordon $10

George Oppen Memorial BBQ A poem by Eric Tyler Benick $12

Misrule by Adam Tedesco $10

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Tarot Readings by Sarah Luczko at Quimby’s March 4th

Mar
4
7:00 pm

Quimby’s is proud to welcome tarot readings by Sarah Luczko, poet, dancer, performance artist, bookstore owner (Space Oddities, friend of Quimby’s), and Tarot reader. Her readings are down to earth, while still keeping one foot in the other world. Sarah grants her querents the autonomy and focus to produce their own reading through collaboration in working with the cards. She embraces the traveling tradition of party readings. She prefers to read in loud bars, outdoors, in a garden, at art openings, or anywhere away from more traditional settings. $20 per reading. Follow her on Instagram: @sluczko

Here’s the Facebook invite for this.

Monday, March 4th, 7-9pm

Jesse Duquette of “The Daily Don” Book Signing on Free Comic Book Day, May 4th

May
4
7:00 pm

The first Saturday in May is always Free Comic Book Day (yes, we’ll have some free comics all day), and this year Quimby’s also celebrates by welcoming Jesse Duquette of “The Daily Don” — the popular Instagram which is now featured in a book.

“The Daily Don: All The News That Fits Into Tiny, Tiny Hands” (Skyhorse Publishing) collects the best of the first two years of artist Jesse Duquette’s Instagram art project “The Daily Don”, a gallery of cartoons centered around the Trump administration. As soon as the lies began on Day One of Trump’s presidency about crowd sizes at his Inauguration, Duquette decided the best weapon he could employ against the coming madness was his pack of colored pencils. Thus began his semi-monastic regimen of documenting each and every day of this administration’s actions, tweets, scandals, and bizarro cast of characters through satirical cartoons, a healthier outlet for an incredulous and outraged public than, say, depressed drinking or Proud Boy provoking. Duquette’s influences range from Shel Silverstein to Pat Oliphant to Moebius, but the effect is mostly slow motion pen-and-ink waterboarding.

Anyone who doesn’t follow The Daily Don is missing the point of life in 2018 .” – Laurence Tribe, Author & Professor at Harvard Law School, real smart guy.

Jesse’s work has been featured in such places as: The Globe & Mail, TruthDig, MoveOn.org, and Viceland’s “The Hunt for the Trump Tapes with Tom Arnold”. He has also been featured on the “CraftSanity” podcast and was the subject of a Snopes article (verified “True”!). Jesse has no degrees or awards to his name but his mother loves him anyways.

Note: Free Comic Book Day goes on all day and we’ll have some, but only as long as supplies last. The Daily Don is not a free comic.

For more info:

instagram.com/the.daily.don

facebook event invite

dailydondrawings(at)gmail(dot)com

Saturday, May 4th, 7pm – Free Event