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The first literary journal from new Portland press, Black River. Personal essays from Grace Campbell, Abigail Jones, Zahra Hankir, Ellis Lynch, and Themba Lewis. Tales of surgeries, trains, carnivals, and grandfathers, all in some way exploring what it means to be in a body.

32 pages, half-letter size, gorgeously letterpressed covers, comes with a handsome bookmark.

An extra-special issue (before it goes on hiatus for a while) of the literary journal, Peaches & Bats. This issue comes with a fold-out color poster, has velumm front-free end-papers, a hand-sewn binding, and a hand-letterpressed cover.

It also has a great line-up of writers and artsists, with work by Andrew Bartels, Andrew Durbin, Kristin Fialko, Whit Griffin, Endi Bogue Hartigan, Laura Henriksen, Jac Nelson (!!!), Denise Newman, Elizabeth Pusack, Morgan Ritter, Judah Rubin, Jared Stanley, Sara Sutter, Dan Thomas-Glass, David Weinberg, Karen Weiser, NS McCloud Zicmuse...[ continued ]

Last copy! In this issue of We'll Never Have Paris, the zine of all things never meant to be: True stories about leaving New York City. Six writers tell the tales of what made them pack their bags.

44 pages, quarter-size. Ivory stock paper, color covers. Cover art by Enrico Miguel Thomas.

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A fantastic issue of We'll Never Have Paris, the journal of all things never meant to be.

Seven writers tell stories about the west coast. Essays by Jaime Borschuk, Dave Cole, Tamar Evangelestia-Dougherty, Albert Sidewalk, Lisa Alexia, Joshua James Amberson, and Erin Wilson. Cover art by Colette Hannahan.

44 pages, quarter-size.

"The stories here are eclectic, occasionally touched with melancholy, and often a dose of magic that lingers on after you’ve read it...[ continued ]

Last copy! Four essays from writers Sarah Tavis, Sarah Keliher, Sarah McGraw, and Themba Lewis. Stories that travel from the dinner table of a San Diego suburb to the Red Sea.

Letterpressed covers done at Community Print in Olympia, Washington.

Part of a 30-copy first edition run on Chula Chula Press. 68 pages, half-letter size.

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