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Giana & Shelly - a little girl and her pet zombie, Shelly - what could go wrong? A book and dolls to share with your twisted offspring.
An Art Book of 28 full color pages based on the life of Crazy Horse as I envision from my research
An ancient wisdom text and epic novel: Explore secret teachings and forgotten histories of an enchanted lineage of women.
Can Angel escape the Mean Family and have the magical Christmas that she has dreamed of? Find out in this new Christmas picture book!
An illustrated, rhyming adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Dunwich Horror" by the creators of Littlest Lovecraft: The Call of Cthulhu!
Sorcerer Marla Mason teams up with her old apprentice to fight a chaos witch and a dapper monster from beyond the multiverse.
There are no nerdy things, only nerdy people! Listen and laugh along every Monday on the NerdSync Podcast!
A captivating book that teaches children about animals in the Arabian Peninsula.
Over 25 artists, full of imagination, have joined forces to share this fun, fresh, and diverse collection of visual development!
A couple of journalists on a mission to connect Canada; one story at time through the GNARCORE Transfusion Tour.
An illustrated rhyming book about tiny dragons! Share with kids or keep for yourself!
My interest in street art and graffiti has led me to launch a book series to help preserve urban art in Portland, OR.
This book is the story of how meditation, tattoos, & punk rock transformed my life, ended my depression, & made me annoyingly happy.
This coloring book is NOT for kids! It's for adults who enjoy laughing at (& coloring) pics of people dying in lots of different ways.
"[Punk Rock] implies a rejection of cultural values and sharp behavior not corresponding to my own" A. Sklyar, Pravda Nov. 23, 1994.
Never before published! Three rare 16th c tailoring manuscripts translated into English, with photos, diagrams, and descriptive text.
The Three Little Pigsburghers is the first classic tale translated into Pittsburghese. As written and illustrated by Joe Wos.
"In this veil of tears we must take what we're sent, feathery, leathery, lovely or bent." -Pish, Posh, Said Hieronymus Bosch
The BSPBF is a regional two-day event that brings together cultural workers involved in book arts, printing, small press, and writing.
We have two goals: finding and publishing great storytelling regardless of genre, and fair pay for creators.