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A braided essay about losing a parent and losing a pet. The odd lessons that loss teaches. The practical ways we make room for grief. A sad and sweet issue of the long-running Caboose zine. 

20 pages, half-letter size.

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Under the banner of "lost and found," this issue of the Cat Party zine has comics, essays, and illustrations from Rebecca Bayuk, Kelsey Stewart, Dino Caruso, Marylyn Martin-Weatherly, Adam Wollett, Joseph Carlough, and Eden Shale.

32 pages, half-letter size.

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The excitement of a party with cats. On a tote. Designed by Katie Haegele of Cat Party zine and Joseph Carlough of Displaced Snail Publications.

Screenprinted by Wider Awake Screen Printing and Design. Made of 100% unbleached cotton. 15" wide by 15" tall with a 9" strap hang.

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Shimmery psych-pop from Philadelphia's Strange Parts. Attia Taylor and Corey Duncan's dueling vocals mesmerize over wild drums, guitars, and synths. A perfectly disorienting pleasure.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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A moon-obsessed split tape from Joe Jack Talcum (AKA- Joseph Genaro of The Dead Milkmen!!!) and Gravey Train (Joseph Carlough of Displaced Snail Publications). Bedroom folk and lo-fi gems from these two fine Philadelphia musicians.

The split is made up of the Over the Moon EP by Joe Jack Talcum, and the The Appalachian Moon Man Sings Again EP by Gravey Train. Released on This & That Tapes...[ continued ]

The latest from Pleasure Systems, the solo electronic project of Clarke from The Washboard Abs. Terraform takes the project into a place that sparkles and pops in digital melancholic bliss. A masterpiece in synth waves, pitch shifts, glitches, and stutters, all covered in pop song dreams.

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A short lyric essay about facts, Texas, old friends, Olympia. Done up nicely in an old-school cut-and-paste collage style.

12 pages, half-letter size.

Nearly thirty years into its existence, 8-Track Mind still manages a weirdness few other zines have. Loosely dedicated to an obsession with 8-track tapes, in issue 104, the "Cartridge Family" ostensibly work under the theme of "the commodification of nostalgia" and let whatever happens happen. 

Within: a series of oddball fables, 8-track Terminator, a Muskegon Eight-Track story, So Wrong They're Right, the scam of 8-track eBay, and so much more...[ continued ]

Mantras, old friends, name-calling, an imagined game. These are some of the odd pleasures of reading the latest batch of stories from Jonas (Fixer Eraser).

24 pages, half-letter size.

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A one-page, poster-size photography comic. A wordless weirdo art zine from the creator of the Nuts! fanzine and artist Eugene Terry.

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