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A gorgeously printed, in-depth history of "the tramp printer," a unionized wanderer who carried the skills and knowledge of the printing trade across the United States and beyond.

Gathered together from years of research and countless tramp-printer memoirs, The Tramp Printers: Forgotten Trails of the Traveling Typographers presents a fascinating and largely forgotten history while also looking at how similar issues of technology and worker's rights manifest today...[ continued ]

A collection of pieces from the We’ll Never Have Paris literary zine. Creative nonfiction that often ends up somewhere between heartbreaking and hilarious.

“Each short story featured in the collection focuses on the theme of things which were ill-fated, star-crossed, or just plain bad ideas…Tales of regret, poor decisions, and disappointment find their way to the pages of this collection of true stories that reflect the human condition...[ continued ]

Compiling stories from over 25 contributors, this issue is about being a "greenhorn" (AKA: a newbie) to commercial fishing. A wide range of voices chime in on the hilarious and the painful tales from their first time out.

"Some stories are from toe-dippers, people who deckhanded one season and then hung a scale-speckled hat on a rusty nail in some wayside outhouse and never turned back. Others are long backward looks from fishing folk who barely bother to scrape the silver off their elbows...[ continued ]

Last copy! "Lisa Wells--a daughter of Portland, Oregon--has been listening, and watching, her whole life: in bedrooms, bars, and on the streets of foreign towns. She's been taking notes, too. In Yeah. No. Totally. she presents her findings in a suite of nuanced, artfully sculpted think-pieces on topics from lost rock clubs to the barrios of Nicaragua, capturing more than a few subtle truths about friends and fathers along the way...[ continued ]

Temporary Sale! "Gina Tron is 'not the best person at being a person,' which is why on Christmas Eve 2010 she checked herself into New York City's Gracie Square Rehabilitation Center and Psychiatric Institute. This memoir is an account of a self-proclaimed adult low-life. It's a trip down Tron's cocaine-frosted rabbit-hole as she observes the assembly line of broken people (herself included) produced by society, then labeled incorrigible by failing institutions...[ continued ]