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LB Briggs

One of the best zines ever, collected for the first time. Volume One puts together some long out of print issues, which is definite cause for celebration.

"From scooping chicken salads to selling clothes to shelving books to teacher training, Truckface details years of embarrassment and missteps. This volume contains stories of rowdy backyard brawls, awful customer service, awkward social interactions, underpants dance parties, staying angry and learning how to try...[ continued ]

This volume collects LB's writing from her first five years as a public school teacher. It is at turns powerful, hilarious, sad, inspirational, and always always always amazing. If any zine deserves a 400+ page anthology, it's Truckface.

"Through strikes, standardized testing, violence, bouffant wigs, school closings, and drawings of wieners, Truckface documents the life of one Chicago public school teacher...[ continued ]

Telling it like it is.

4" x 5.5", glossy finish, postcard lines on reverse side.

Please do.

4" x 5.5", glossy finish, postcard lines on reverse side.

This Disaster Happened Because You Are A Heterosexual postcard. Referencing the awesome song by The Ovens.

4" x 5.5", glossy finish, postcard lines on reverse side.

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Fighting over-population, one postcard at a time.

4" x 5.5", glossy finish, postcard lines on reverse side.

Reunion tour. Spreading the word, in postcard form.

4" x 5.5", glossy finish, postcard lines on reverse side.

A James Baldwin postcard by LB Briggs of Truckface​ zine.

4" x 6", matte finish, blank reverse side.

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"I Am Deliberate and Afraid of Nothing." An Audre Lorde postcard by LB Briggs of Truckface zine.

4" x 6", glossy finish, blank reverse side.

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Last copy! Marked down due to minor assembling errors. The new issue of one of the all-time best zines. In a series of letters, written over the course of two years teaching in Chicago Public Schools, LB thinks about how to cope when everything feels so hopeless. Looking at systems of power in many forms—the perpetuation of sexual violence against women, the disregard of low-income students of color—LB tries to make sense of the onslaught of awful they deal with every day...[ continued ]