9"x3", 16p, sewn binding in various colors, b+w inside, card stock cover, color you get is a surprise!
The Urgency of Awesome: How Much Else Could You Be Doing, a pressing concern book mark, is a compelling reminder that sitting there, day after day, exercising only your eyes and maybe your mind and very rarely a fingertip or at most a hand in front of a screen, or worse, a book or pamphlet, is probably rotting you from the inside out. Aren't you hungry? Maybe you should use the toilet. Certainly a cat, somewhere, requires petting! An instant classic in the self-help book mark genre. Do not miss, etc., etc.
Liz Mason publishes zines with names like Caboose, Cul-de-sac, and Awesome Things. Currently, she is the manager of Quimby’s Bookstore, home of wild and weird reading material in Chicago, where she has worked since 2001.
High Static, Dead Lines: Sonic Spectres & the Object Hereafterx, Kristen Gallerneaux
There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll, Lisa Robinson
Ask Baba Yaga: Otherworldly Advice for Everyday Troubles, Taisia Kitaiskaia
The Dreamers, Karen Thompson Walker
The Unspeakable: And Other Subjects of Discussion, Meghan Daum
Caca Dolce: Essays from a Lowbrow Life, Chelsea Martin
Fab4 Mania, Carol Tyler
So Sad Today: Personal Essays, Melissa Broder
Good Time Party Girl: The Notorious Life of Dirty Helen Cromwell 1886-1969, Dirty Helen Cromwell
Wage Slaves, Daria Bogdanska
On Doing Nothing: Finding Inspiration in Idleness, Roman Muradov
Six Wakes, Mur Lafferty
Book of Delights: Essays, Ross Gay
Shit, Actually: The Definitive, 100% Objective Guide to Modern Cinema, Lindy West
The Little Book of Lunch, Caroline Craig and Sophie Missing