In acclaimed poet Zachary Schomburg's first novel, the people of Pie Time are suffering from God’s Finger, a mysterious plague that leaves some thing inside a death hole in each victim's chest.
This fabulist tale features a large cast of characters, each struggling with their own tangled relationships to death, money, and love—a story of holding on and letting go in a rapidly growing world.
Read an excerpt of the book Aimee Bender calls "utterly its own thing, strange and wondrous."
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An autobiographical, but unverified, account of a rebellious adolescent as he tries to escape an abusive family, the law, and the Menninger Clinic sanitarium. Special edition available with digital files of the author's music!
Leyna Krow's debut collection spans the ocean depths and the far reaches of space, connecting us all with its humor, awe, and fearlessness.
Coming in at just under 160 pages, this cloth hardcover book contains over 70 pages of full-color paintings; 30 pages pulled from his sketchbooks; and essays and interviews with art and music luminaries Genesis P Orridge, Freddy Corbin, and Andrew Berardini—all discussing the esoteric origins and subject matter of Ryan’s incomparable body of work.
With early roots as a musician and painter, Robert Ryan's work reveals a deep mastery of the American tattooing tradition while creating a mystical and fantastic world full of unique takes on Eastern religious iconography.
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Tim Kinsella's All Over and Over; Jessica Hopper's The First Collection of Criticism By a Living Female Rock Critic (with gilded edges!); and John Henry Timmis IV's From the Inside
Tim Kinsella's The Karaoke Singer's Guide to Self-Defense; Mairead Case's See You in the Morning; and Keegan Jennings Goodman's The Tennessee Highway Death Chant