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A jam-packed new issue of Tattoo Punk, the fanzine about tattoos, punks, and tattooed punks. Edited by Ben Trogdon of everyone's favorite artsy punk paper, Nuts! 

Highlight: a historic look at the infamous Demers tattooing family from the 1940s on, by way of Harley Flanagan of the Cro-Mags. 

Interviews with: Chris Bauermeister from Jawbreaker, Tamara Santibañez, Teddy Soul Punk, Kati Vaughn, Nader from Haram & Tina from Rubber, Eddie from Brazil, Lauren from Texas, and the anarcho-punks in the crust band Flower...[ continued ]

The latest in cartoonist Kyle Bravo's autobiographical comics, this issue of Forever and Everything is the "feeling bad then feeling better" issue. Comics on parenting, depression, coffee, therapy, alcohol, Willie Nelson, Charlie Brown, and living in New Orleans.

36 pages, half-letter size, risograph printed.

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In the wake of the controversy surrounding a recent viral article about spending a week "becoming a witch," Alex considers what her guide to a witchcraft practice would look like. The results are a day-by-day guide to trying out her particular variety of secular witchcraft (that she lovingly refers to as "DIY witchery").

Within: cleaning-as-cleansing, everyday altars, grounding and centering, perception and animism, correspondences, sigils, spells, divination, and more...[ continued ]

Two issues of the art zine Eulalia in one. Grief and romance, hand-in-hand. 

Gorgeously designed! Letterpress-printed covers. Each issue is bound with a special do-si-do binding, so each half can be read separately.

40 pages, quarter-size.

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A reprint of this 2008 issue of Keep Loving, Keep Fighting. Forty pages of feeling at home in New Orleans, communication between friends, death, visiting Montreal, and moving away.

Letterpressed covers. 32 pages, quarter-size.

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A short zine letter about gender, race, identity, and not-knowing from the author of Fixer Eraser and We, the Drowned. 

20 pages, quarter-size.

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The dating issue of The Paruretic covers how Mark handled (or avoided handling) dating in high school and college. It's a chronicle of, as Mark says, "how my shy bladder has driven every part of my love life."

40 pages, quarter-size.

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In this issue, Mark reaches out, looking for help, and is met with a less-than-sympathetic medical system. Within: clueless medical professionals, almost losing a job over a urinalysis, and finally finding someone who understands.

32 pages, quarter-size.

In this issue: searching out acceptable bathrooms while on the road, not urinating for ten hours while in the air, and a bathroom-by-bathroom diary of experiences.

32 pages, quarter-size.

In this issue, Mark recalls figuring out the debilitating effects of his bladder issues when he goes to college and, for the first time, navigates living in dorms, drinking at college-town bars, and hooking-up. 

As he writes, "At a time when young people are supposed to be finding themselves and becoming adults, I spent my four years avoiding social gatherings. I kept myself from starting and maintaining relationships...[ continued ]