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Hanging out on a floating island. No big deal.

4" x 4". Weather-proof blue ink on white vinyl sticker.

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.

​Last copy! Five short stories about leaving and five short stories about returning from Hope Amico (Keep Loving, Keep Fighting). New Orleans after the hurricane, New Hampshire, Boston, Milan.

A reversible eight-page mini zine made from one sheet of thick cardstock paper.

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Ghost-like crows circling an egg. Hypnotizing, haunting, and extremely pretty.

On heavy black canvas. Heat-set and washable, raw edges. Each is hand-pulled with natural variations. Patch measures approximately 8" x 9", image approximately 5 1/2" x 5 1/2".

From the depths. A mythological sea battle, on a patch.

On heavy cotton with raw edges, each patch is hand-pulled and has its own unique character. On black or tan fabric. About 6.5" x 8.5".

Temporary sale! Olympia's Sharkpact make well-crafted, amazingly-full punk songs with just synths and drums. Eight anthems that won’t leave your head or your turntable for days.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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A great short documentary about the history of the Riot Grrrl movement, Don't Need You is a must-watch for anyone interested in feminist movements, Olympia history, zine culture, and the history of women in punk rock. One-on-one interviews plus rare, archival materials (Riot Grrrl fanzines, flyers, and photographs), and seldom seen footage from pioneering Riot Grrrl bands like Bikini Kill, Heavens to Betsy, and Bratmobile...[ continued ]

The full-length debut from Oakland duo, Upside Drown. Taking retro pop and bringing it into the metaphysical—imagery of magic and nature disguised as catchy love songs, fairytales and mythology as piano ballads. Nine songs too good to easily fit in your hands (bigger than that).

Featuring members of Flying Circles, Silver Shadows, Polka Dot Dot Dot, Twig Palace, The Mumlers, La Dee Da, and Tall Grass...[ continued ] Upside Drown- Go

“Eight years in the making, One More for the People is the first collection of Martha Grover's zine Somnambulist. Playful, wry, and conversational, One More for the People chronicles three generations in the life of the Grover family. As these idiosyncratic characters reluctantly confront adulthood, one Grover is always there to take notes. But after she's diagnosed with a rare and potentially fatal disease...[ continued ]

Last one! Two lovers courting in the moonlight. The cover image beautifully wrapping around to the back. An anytime Valentine.

The inside has a Shakespeare verse from Merchant of Venice: “How sweet the moonlight upon this bank!/ Here will we sit, and let the sounds of music/Creep in our ears: soft stillness and the night/Become the touches of sweet harmony...[ continued ]