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Last two packs! Show off your love of writing letters, getting mail, and using typewriters with this button set from Portland's Pin Me Down Buttons.

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From the author of On Subbing and About My Disappearance comes a book about traveling to Australia and Southeast Asia, getting bit by a penguin, potentially catching the bird flu, doing zine readings, going to punk shows, and feeling old all the while.

96 pages, small trade paperback.

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Passions Just Like Mine is a surprising documentary about the large number of Latino music fans in the Los Angeles area whose lives have been transformed by Morrissey. The variety of perspectives and the ways people in the film relate to the music and persona of Morrissey is completely fascinating. A sweet and tender portrait of both the man and the fans. From the director of the riot grrrl documentary,[ continued ]

Recorded in a renovated church during a windstorm, with members of Mount Eerie serving as her backing band, Bury Me Into the Mtn is an album that stops you in your tracks. From the big backing vocals of the album’s opener to its methodically sparse closing track, she creates a musical narrative that doesn’t release its listener until the whole tale has been told. An album that's completely unique while also being totally accessible...[ continued ] Eleanor Murray- Bury Me Into the Mtn

With a deep well of humanity beneath it and a propelling force behind it, Bellies and Buffalos takes you on a ride and drops you off feeling healed from the journey. It is sweet and funny and in no way pretentious. With characters so alive, so visceral, you’ll set the book down and feel like you’ve touched each of their bellies.

From the unstoppable Tomas Moniz (Rad Dad, Without Words & Without Kneeling)...[ continued ]

A zine-themed punk band with an all-star zinester line-up. Alex Wrekk, Marc Parker, Giz Medium, Paul Burke, and Steve Larder join forces to make zine anthems like "Up For Trades" and "24 Hour Zine Challenge."

Comes with a 20 pages half-legal size zine and a digital download code. Listen on Bandcamp.

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In My Complicated Relationship With Food, Zach discusses his unusual relationship with food by reviewing a variety of (seemingly) simple and common foods. What comes out is uncommonly hilarious and fascinating.

And any zine that starts by saying, "I have weird thoughts about food. I am well aware that many of my ideas are ridiculous and probably wrong" is bound to be something special...[ continued ]

"Set in Tazewell, Virginia, a town whose wholesome storefronts and country charm hide an undercurrent of poverty and lawlessness, Everybody Else's Girl tells the story of growing up poor amid unspeakable violence. Broken-down trailer parks and gritty classrooms provide the background for this story of a girl searching for her voice." 

138 pages, trade paperback.

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Temporary sale! Unlike anything else running today, the Nuts punk fanzine is always a wild ride. And if you just took the crazy-sexy-(cool)-Medusa-witch cover of this issue alone, you would already have one of the most unique things around. This issue is another ridiculously oversized extravaganza. Interviews with Dawn of Humans, Pharmakon, and Nomad. A punk paper that cries over Sinead O'Connor's "Black Boys on Mopeds...[ continued ]

A strangely romantic mini journal using an image from Max Ernst's 1941 book, A Week of Kindness or The Seven Deadly Elements Novel.

Blank, unlined white pages. Recycled paper, semi-glossy covers. 3.75" x 5", 40 pages.

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