Cheer the Eff Up #6
- Everyone who picks up a copy of Cheer the Eff Up
is instantly hooked. Each issue is a treasure in an entirely unassuming package. ($3)
- A photo zine of the strange and sublime. ($7)
This Disaster Postcard
- This Disaster Happened Because You Are A Heterosexual postcard. Referencing the awesome song by The Ovens. ($1)
It's Alright: A Truckface Anthology, Volume Two
- This volume collects LB's writing from her first five years as a public school teacher. It is at turns powerful, hilarious, sad, inspirational, and always always always amazing. If any zine deserves a 400+ page anthology, it's Truckface
Andro Arrows- Electric Angel (Download card)- The first EP from this incredible Olympia electro-pop performance art superstar. ($5)
Magazines & Playing Cards
Rad Dad Magazine, Spring 2014
- From the long-running, and award-winning, zine comes the first issue of its new magazine format! Approaching parenting from a wide variety of perspectives, these are a series of beautiful, informative, touching, and hilarious essays about the many ways parenting can look. ($6.95)
*March 8th is the rescheduled Amazine Night
! w/ IBQT, Bitch Media, In Other Words Books, Corina Dross, and a ton of local readers. 6-10pm, free, at the IPRC here in Portland.
*March 8th, after Amazine Night, is the Portland release party for Craven Rock's Nights and Days in a Dark Carnival
, a book that looks into Juggalo culture. This will be more than just a reading. 10pm, free, at The Rainbow Chandelier.
*March 14th & 15th is the Chicago Zine Fest
! This will be awesome and we so wish we could be there.
*March 28th will be a Prince event in New York City hosted by our own Joshua James Amberson and put on by the lovely folks from I Love Bad Movies
! At Videology
in Brooklyn, free.
*March 28th will also have a Portland Zine Symposium benefit event here in Portland, put on by Martha Grover and featuring a ton of amazing female writers and musicians.
*There's a petition going to save Portland's VOZ work center
for immigrants and day laborers. They do great work and we encourage everyone to support them.
Until next month,
Joshua James & Chask'e