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"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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A beautiful, offset print, spiral-bound sketchpad.

100% recycled and reused materials, blank unlined pages, 3.5" x 5”, 50 pages. Chipboard colors vary.

You Have All the Tools You Need. An always-important reminder from letterpress artist Hope Amico.

Part of her Keep Writing letterpressed postcard subscription series.

Temporary sale! An epic debut from Tacoma/Seattle band Ire Adrift. Doom metal meets crust punk in an album that is huge and powerful.

Neely Bat Chestnut (from Mend My Dress) is the voice behind this band. Cover art by Julia Gfrörer (Black is the Color, Flesh and Bone) and the first release on Mend My Dress Press Records!

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A beautiful reprint of this now-classic zine about New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

68 pages, quarter-size. Letterpressed covers, rubber-band binding.

There are a lot of things I love about this little zine. Its subject, for one (hometowns!). But also its wonderful nostalgia, its sadness, its subtle beauty. I also love that most the authors seem to be in their early to mid-30's and have this tempered idealism. Many are coming home or pining for home, or wanting to find home, or wishing they'd got out and it's so beautiful and tragic, all at once...[ continued ]

Before Rebecca Pearcy had an empire of handmade awesomeness (better known as Queen Bee Creations), she made indie folk pop gems out of Olympia, Wa. These 11 songs feature an all-star cast of musicians (including Nate Ashley and Nora Danielson) and has brilliant cover photography and set design by Tae Won Yu.

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Rebecca Pearcy- Natural Disaster

An Olympia classic. This 1999 Yoyo Recordings studio compilation has 22 songs that give a snapshot of the scene from that era. The Microphones, Mirah, C Average, The Need, IQU, and many more.

The Microphones- Wake Me Up