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October 25, 2014
  1. Excavation: A Memoir
    by Wendy C. Ortiz
  2. Do It Yourself Guide To Fighting the Big Motherfuckin Sad 3RD Edition
    by Adam Gnade
  3. Bluets
    by Maggie Nelson
  4. No Matter the Wreckage
    by Sarah Kay
  5. Here Comes the New Joy
    by John W. Barrios
  6. Pity the Animal
    by Chelsea Hodson
  7. Sorrow Arrow
    by Emily Kendal Frey
  8. A Simple Machine, Like the Lever
    by Evan P. Schneider
  9. The Book of Joshua
    by Zachary Schomburg
  10. Girly
    by May Lan Tan
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Featured Titles
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The Boy Detective Fails

Joe Meno

The world Joe Meno creates in this book is one full of infinite possibilities. The protagonist, somewhat of a superhero with sleuthing powers, spends his childhood solving mysteries and fighting crime. His adulthood is spent being frightened by the... (read more)


Recently Arrived Used
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  1. Seige of Gresham Used Trade Paper $4.50
  2. McSweeney's Quarterly Concern: Issue... Used Hardcover $10.95
  3. Legs Get Led Astray
    Used Trade Paper $9.50
  4. 501 Minutes to Christ: Personal Essays Used Trade Paper $5.50
  5. Scary, No Scary Used Trade Paper $9.95
  6. McSweeney's Issue 19 Used Trade Paper $13.50

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Fringe Lit and Poetry
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Fist of Sun

Ferruccio Brugnaro

Ferruccio Brugnaro was born in Mestre, Italy in 1936. He worked for more than 30 years - most of his adult life - in the giant complex of chemical factories in the Porto Marghera district of Venice. By turns tender, loving, angry, satiric, these are... (read more)


Literary and Poetry Journals
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Best of Tin House: Stories

Tin House Books

Founded in 1999, Tin House's mission was to create a literary magazine without the stuffy, elitist reputation that afflicts so much of the genre. The only literary journal with a recipe for its own martini, Tin House quickly established itself as one of... (read more)


Locked Case
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McSweeney's Issues One Through Three

Dave Eggers

Dave Eggers launched Timothy McSweeneys Quarterly Concern in 1998 as an outlet for writings by himself and his friends, such as David Foster Wallace, who had been rejected by other, established journals. Eggers irreverent approach included a pioneering... (read more)


New Journals
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The Ne'er-Do-Well, Volume Three

Sheila Ashdown

If the phrase "working class" conjures vintage images of lumberjacks and Rosie the Riveter, it’s time to reboot your brain for the 21st century. This issue of working-class stories casts a fresh light on the absurdity, banality, and redemption of... (read more)


Mini Chapbooks
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Kiss as Many Women as You Can

Franki Elliot

"The typewriter idea got my attention, but the writing kept me hooked. Franki's stories have soul and wit, but are also made of real flesh and blood."—Drew Dernavich, cartoonist for The New Yorker "Franki Elliot's creative writing experiment is... (read more)


Poetry
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An Electric Sheep Jumps to Greener Pasture

Tyler Atwood

"If poetry is dead, we are in the next ward over wheezing noisily." Poetry is in grave peril. The medium, moribund. The locution, atrophied. The rhythm, bradycardic. Enter Tyler Atwood, semantic surgeon. Tyler Atwood's electric sheep... (read more)


General
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This Too Can Be Yours

Beth Lisick

In a dozen connected short stories, Beth Lisick casts a cool eye on the lost souls and living dead of offices, nightclubs, shopping malls, and tidy homes. Pretentious Web designers are a dime a dozen in this world, boring everyone with their tales of... (read more)


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  2. Do It Yourself Guide To Fighting the...
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  3. Bluets New Trade Paper $14.00
  4. No Matter the Wreckage
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  5. Here Comes the New Joy New Trade Paper $10.00
  6. Pity the Animal New Pamphlet $5.00
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  8. A Simple Machine, Like the Lever
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  12. Bikenomics: How Bicycling Can Save... Used Trade Paper $10.50
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  15. Praying Drunk: Stories, Questions
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  16. Songs from under the River: A...
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  19. If You're Not Yet Like Me New Trade Paper $11.00
  20. Life Cycle—Poems
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  22. I Love Dick New Trade Paper $15.95
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