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From Portland writer and musician Nick Jaina, Get It While You Can is a memoir told in vignettes full of humor and soul-searching desperation. Released on the ever-awesome Perfect Day Publishing.

"When his beloved guitar is stolen, Nick Jaina finds himself untethered from the dream he’s pursued since he was sixteen. No matter how many albums he’s released or tours he’s led, he still can’t shake the feeling that he has failed at life...[ continued ]

A few birds, hanging out.

100% recycled and reused materials. Unlined paper, 3“ x 4.5,” 60 pages.

Sale copies of the fifth edition! (Because of new sixth edition!) An absolute classic of zine literature and a necessary part of any DIY library, now in a revised and updated edition.

"Stolen Sharpie Revolution consists of thoughtful lists and step-by-step how-to guides on everything from definitions of a 'zine,' where to find zines, why they are important, how to make them and how to participate in zine culture...[ continued ]

A massive double disc compilation from the first five years of Fukdup Records—Portland's own purveyor of breakcore and electronic silliness. Thirty-seven artists within, including: Eight Frozen Modules, Foxdye, Rokhausen, Heartworm, Hitori Tori, DJ Detweiler, and many many more.

Liner notes fold-out into a mini poster of the cover art. Hand-numbered edition of 315. Listen on[ continued ]

Store-wide cassette sale! Psych-folk cabaret from the mind of Olympia composer Jeff Shannon. Surprising arrangements and dream-logic lyrics in soundscapes of uncommon textures. Sinisterly absurd. Infectiously unusual.

Hand-stamped covers with a hand-cut stamp by Jillian Chaplain. Tapes are protected with a (removable) bandage. Paper insert with short poetic-prose essay on the There Will Be Casualties concept (emotional bandages, the armor of habitual protection, a mask of disguise or defense)...[ continued ]

Nik Nerburn decolonizes the Paul Bunyan folk myth, connects it to the violent history of Minnesota, and provides possible counter histories. A fascinating and playful forty-minute long experimental documentary.

"In the Shadow of Paul Bunyan is an experimental first person documentary about colonial heritage, mythmaking in northern Minnesota, the US/Dakota war of 1862 and a certain iconic pair of roadside attractions in Bemidji, Minnesota...[ continued ]

A patch of the cover image from the In the Shadow of Paul Bunyan documentary.

Comes in various shapes, sizes, and fabrics.

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Sale! A seasonal letter-pressed greeting card from Kelsey Smith.

Blank inside with envelope.

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Inspiring, fun, heartbreaking, glorious prose poems by Tomas Moniz. Read it and go out into the world feeling ready for anything.

36 pages, quarter-size.

One large folded sheet of newsprint turns into Brooklyn-by-way-of Olympia's favorite punk paper. Within: Zach from Gas Rag talks about his job, “Rancid” Dave Morse reviews the New York’s Alright Fest, and Gustavo Rivera writes about NYC nightlife. Warthog, S.H.I.T., Gag, and more.