Child artist, sports star, book obsession, the post office, falling in love at a D.A.R.E. graduation, a small tribute to children's book author James Stevenson, and much more.
A beginners' guide to geocaching, with plenty of interesting first-hand experiences in the world of this digital age treasure hunting.
Bizarre and clever, silly and smart, Ebbits navigates in a world where video game-like mazes mash-up with subtle social commentary.
A "message in a bottle" to his six granchildren, with instructions on how to not be consumed by the greed, hate, and violence in the world.
A well-researched zine about ways to deal with mental health issues. Thinking about it through a variety of different lenses, this is a zine about possibilities.
A one-of-a-kind guide to fungal remediation and restoration.
A collection of short essays and poems about the magic of books and the ways we love them.
A perennial bestseller. This collaboration between the Justseeds Artists' Cooperative and Eberhardt Press is a stunning pocket planner, unlike any other.
A large version of the pocket planner, giving you plenty of room.
A gorgeous calendar that follows the cycles of the moon.
Allowing for possibilities, thinking outside boxes, no assumptions.
Don't be a stranger, say hello. From letterpress artist Hope Amico.
A beautiful, offset print, spiralbound sketchpad.
A strangely romantic mini journal using an image from Max Ernst's 1941 book.
Change the discussion, place the responsibility where it belongs.
An always-important reminder from letterpress artist Hope Amico.
Portland's She Shreds highlights the work of female guitarists and bassists from around the world and does it well.
Each issue of Greenwoman is packed with a wide variety of writing and art. Blending literary writing with garden/nature writing, This issue's highlight: an interview with Amy Stewart, author of Wicked Plants and The Drunken Botanist.
The future of bees, the love of tomatoes, an interview with Amanda Thomsen, the pleasures of the nose, a biography of Ruth Stout, sex in the garden. Much more!
The tape version of the CD, released on CJ Boyd's Obsolete Media Objects label.
Recorded in a renovated church during a windstorm, with members of Mount Eerie serving as her backing band, Bury Me Into the Mtn is an album that stops you in your tracks.