December Distro Update

2012 We Are Bleeding Menstrual Calendar (Calendar) ($18)- A wonderful way to “start understanding your monthly cycle better, to keep track of ovulations, and to follow the moons patterns in relationship with your body.”
Field Guide to the Aliens of Star Trek TNG Season Two (Zine) ($2)- Another season of TNG’s aliens is made into a handy field guide by an 11 year old boy in 1991.
Keep Writing Postcards 10 Pack (Postcards) ($10)- 10 different hand letter-pressed postcards from the Keep Writing postcard series.
Mini Blank Notepad (Blank Book) ($1)- A mini book, fits easily in your pocket, great for ideas and lists.
Paper Radio #8: A Media & Radio Zine (Zine) ($4)- Obsolete communications systems, shortwave, longwave, reviews, interviews, radio fiction.
RVIVR- Joester Sessions (LP) ($12)- 11 songs collected from RVIVR's first two (out of print) 7"s and the Dirty Water EP.
Sharkpact- Ditches (LP) ($10)- One our favorite new Olympia bands, Sharkpact is Camille and Jeff from the Hail Seizures making amazingly full, well-crafted, punk songs with just synths and drums.
Snake Pads (Blank Book) ($5)- A beautiful blank book. Spiral-bound, offset print, on unlined paper, using recycled and reused materials.
Syndicate Product #20.0: Meta Comics Issue (Zine) ($4)- Comic artists and comic lovers think about comics and the importance of comics in their lives.(hint: it's really awesome!).
Tiger Sketchbook (Blank Book) ($7)- A large version of the Tiger Notepad. Unlined, spiral-bound, offset print, using recycled and reused paper.


*Well, I Don't See Why Not, Vol. One- the first volume of our NW compilation series went out of print, so is now free. 17 songs from a few years back.

*Seattle friends! We'll be tabling again at the annual Hollow Earth DIY Holiday Fair at the Vera Project this Saturday, Dec. 10th, 11am-5pm. Come say hello!
*We have updated out Links page and there are now some (long overdue) words about the goodnesses of some of our wonderful friends.
*Brooklyn Zine Fest is taking table applications now!
*Our friend Jon Potrello recently did a live in-studio on KEXP.
*Through a Tumblr post from Your Secretary, Shit's Fucked: A Positivity Guide became a Tumblr sensation, selling out completely the morning it was posted.
*Our dear noise friend, Abusive Consumer, was reviewed on Foxy Digitalis.
*Author David Abram (Spell of the Sensuous, Becoming Animal) gave an awesome review to local Olympia poet Bill Yake's book, Unfurl, Kite, and Veer.
*Our friends at the Seattle soap company Herbivore Botanicals have stepped it up and are making tons of beautiful vegan soaps these days. They've even been making soaps out of herbs harvested from the MVPD garden! You should most certainly check them out.
Good luck making it through the holidays. Until the new year,

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