Classic Altman poster for The Long Goodbye, with fitting reference to the film’s underlying traces of the surreal.

Classic Altman poster for The Long Goodbye, with fitting reference to the film’s underlying traces of the surreal.


Quite possibly Michael Moorcock’s best novel, combining Moorcock’s visions of isolation and psychosis during a three-year interstellar voyage with his then-wife Hilary Bailey’s descriptions of the world in collapse. Both sections compliment eachother beautifully, I’d say.
First UK edition, Mayflower 1969, cover artist unknown.

Quite possibly Michael Moorcock’s best novel, combining Moorcock’s visions of isolation and psychosis during a three-year interstellar voyage with his then-wife Hilary Bailey’s descriptions of the world in collapse. Both sections compliment eachother beautifully, I’d say.

First UK edition, Mayflower 1969, cover artist unknown.


Emma Louthan's Club Queen Rat King! Another cool random find at the Brooklyn Zine Fest, so cool that both Maya and I picked it up independently,

Emma Louthan's Club Queen Rat King! Another cool random find at the Brooklyn Zine Fest, so cool that both Maya and I picked it up independently,


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Anthony Meloro details a going astray in Jeans 2 Happiness 3.

(Thanks Anthony, this is what happens when I post things about 8 months after I scan them.)

expansivemouthfeel:

Anthony Meloro details a going astray in Jeans 2 Happiness 3.

(Thanks Anthony, this is what happens when I post things about 8 months after I scan them.)

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Suzan Choy.

Suzan Choy.


Jessica Edmiston's Variations series and excellent cover designs. It really says something about how behind we are on posting here that we've had this since we tabled next to Jessica at the Brooklyn Zine Fest this year, and that makes this one of the more recent unposted zines we've got kicking around.

Jessica Edmiston's Variations series and excellent cover designs. It really says something about how behind we are on posting here that we've had this since we tabled next to Jessica at the Brooklyn Zine Fest this year, and that makes this one of the more recent unposted zines we've got kicking around.


Anthony Meloro details a going astray in Jeans 2

Anthony Meloro details a going astray in Jeans 2


Alabaster in Jeans 2, part of a seeming ongoing interest in Wolves. Here via myth.

Alabaster in Jeans 2, part of a seeming ongoing interest in Wolves. Here via myth.


GHXYK2 and Viktor Hachmang’s “Hot Box” in Mould Map III. Completely mad narrative condensed into a handful of angularly designed-pages, one of the highlights here.

GHXYK2 and Viktor Hachmang’s “Hot Box” in Mould Map III. Completely mad narrative condensed into a handful of angularly designed-pages, one of the highlights here.


Yellow Back Radio Broke-Down (Ishmael Reed, 1969). This is the 1977 Avon mass market, artist unknown, but awesome.

Yellow Back Radio Broke-Down (Ishmael Reed, 1969). This is the 1977 Avon mass market, artist unknown, but awesome.


Noroit (Jacques Rivettes, 1976). Although I think made just before Duelle the same year, it helps to have seen that one to work out the underlying plot arc of this very odd pirate movie of games and performances and murderous revenge.


The Seventh Victim (Mark Robson, 1943).


Early Cronenberg: Stereo, 1969.



…It was simply a part of the world’s normality. The world itself, afterall, is fairly enigmatic: at the beginning it wasn’t there, and then it was, and no one has any idea where it came from.
Anna Maria Ortese, The Iguana, 1965.