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A grizzly bear getting ready to swallow the moon, amongst oak leaves and the jawbone of a deer.

"Entelechy, (from Greek entelecheia), in philosophy, that which realizes or makes actual what is otherwise merely potential."

Silkscreened on black fabric. Heat-set and washable, raw edges. Each patch is hand-pulled with natural variations. Patch measures approximately 7" x 10".

In the new issue of Selfish: tension. Under the banner of "Hot & Bothered," a couple dozen artists from around the country chime in. From poems to film stills, conversations to collages, this issue is full of the unexpected.

Work from: Delilah Jones, Hannah M. Owens, Bonnilee Kaufman, A. Nicole Kelly, Kelsey Nolan, Chloe Isabella Parks, Regina Schilling (of the great Hey Lady zine!), and many more.

80 pages, full-color

Krissy Ponyboy chronicles her decades-long obsession with Beat Generation writers, and the obsession's gradual decline. Like all issues of Paper Crush, Dumping Kerouac is awesome, straightforward, and wise.

24 pages, quarter-size.

Martha Grover's observations about life on earth are one-of-a-kind. In The End of My Career, the latest essay collection from the long-running Somnambulist zine author, her eye has never been more honed. It's a book about moving back in with her parents, finding work with a chronic illness, and living as a woman in a changing city. It will make you laugh while feeling the ever-present weight of the world. Highly recommended.

240 pages, trade paperback. ISBN #9780983632757. Published by Portland's Perfect Day Publishing. Nominated for the 2017 Oregon Book Award.

Sale! Personal, mythological, slyly political chamber folk-rock epics from Portland cellist Brenna Sahatjian. 

Cover art by Jeri Lance. Listen on Bandcamp.

Temporary sale! Get ready while Phoxii (AKA: Foxdye) takes you on an IDM and breakcore-laden techno journey. La Comandante is her bouncy, in-your-face, impossible-not-to-move-to, mini-epic of clit worship. Four new tracks, plus remixes by Kool Skull and Hitori Tori on the B-Side.

Limited edition of 300 hand-numbered copies. 150 copies on pink vinyl, 150 copies on black vinyl with silk-screened Phoxii patch.

Cover art by Sharon Callison. Patch design by Jean Nagai. Released on Portland's own Fukdup Records.

Listen on Bandcamp.

Two blistering bursts of addicting instrumental brilliance from Seattle's finest.

Recorded live to two inch tape at Dub Narcotic Studio in Olympia. Screen-printed sleeve, coke-bottle clear vinyl. Comes with digital download.

Released on Seattle's Electricity & Lust Records. Listen on Bandcamp.

Chung Antique- Artesian Swell

Last copy! The fourth issue of our favorite literary journal, Big Big Wednesday, works around the theme "Partial." Poetry, fiction, essays, illustrations, and photography from 24 contributors, including Ben Lerner, Jennifer Williams, Claudia Lars, Haley Rene Thompson, Emily Carr, and Francesca Capone. 

120 pages, oversized trade paperback. Pull-out mini-poster by Maren Jensen. Cover art by Sarah Daegling. 

 

The second issue of the excellent movies of the 1930s zine, A Great and Terrible Golden Age. Within: a Joan Crawford rich person solo sport montage, Soviet sci-fi, the pompous genius of "the fifth Marx Brother" Margaret Dumont, Greta Garbo's only rom-com, and Ernst Lubitsch galore!

Contributions from Emily Alden Foster, Bethany Simard, Yvonne Li, Emily Parrish, Lindsey Simard, Robert Dynamite, Tessa Brunton, and Joshua James Amberson.

56 pages, quarter-size.

The 12 songs on Through Tough Thoughts serve as postcards from the road. Tales of leaving and returning. Small epics about failure and hope-in-the-face-of-adversity. 

Jordan O'Jordan's songwriting has never been more intricate or wise. Lyrical complexity that echoes albums like Joanna Newsom's Have One on Me, Songs: Ohia's The Magnolia Electric Co., and Mirah's Changing Light.

Released on Antiquated Future Records. Listen on Bandcamp.

"Through Tough Thoughts is the plucky antidote to mundane disappointment from a person, community, or society that dares not to see past its own nose." - Tiny Mix Tapes' Cerberus 

 

Jordan O'Jordan- A Lonely Road