Books from Katy

Two Glasses and Fine Whiskey

How to Catch a Jackalope and Don’t Throw Rocks at Birds by Katy Matich Katy Matich is totally awesome. Her books never cease to teach us valuable lessons — what we shouldn’t do, how to do what we should be doing. Take, for example the following books that we got in exchange for Lessons from […]

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Philly Punx DIY Holiday Arts Fair

Palilogy press is all set to be at this years DIY holiday arts fair. We’re gonna have our brand new Bored Monster zine, as well as our new promo zines we’re doing with PADIYL. We’ll answer the question everyone’s thinking: What the fuck is the Soapbox Zine Library? Check it out: http://phillypunxpicnic.blogspot.com/p/sun-nov-18th.html It’s gonna be […]

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Bored Monster, Volume One

So big! So strong! So bored!

Bored Monster, Volume One: The Awakening Written by Scotty Useless Illustrated by Caroline Landmine 4.25 x 11 in (closed) Publication date: Fall 2012 Meetings can be boring. Not just I-wish-I-were-outside-drinking-bourbon boring. I mean really, really boring. I mean turning-people-into-monsters boring. I mean becoming-a-monster-and-then-getting-stronger-from-the-boredom boring. Scotty Useless teamed up with Philly based artist and illustrator (and […]

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Book from Aestel & Acanthus Press

This is not Where You Belong cover page

This is Not Where You Belong By Jarod Rosello Printed at Aestel & Acanthus Press We were lucky to meet Gabriel and Leah Ford at this year’s Philly Zine Fest. They are the proprietors of Aestel & Acanthus Press based in State College, PA. In exchange for Lessons for Animals, they traded This is not […]

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At This Rate We’ll Be Here Forever

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By S.L. Ziegler 16 Pages 5.5 x 8.75 inches (closed) Relief Illustrations and Inkjet Text Publication Date: Summer 2012 Children are everywhere — enslaving exhausted, dead-eyed adults. This is happening to neighbors, friends and family. Be afraid. Be very afraid. Want to read the whole book? Let us know, we can trade if you make […]

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Of All The Indignities Of Nature

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By S.L. Ziegler 12 Pages 5.5 x 8.75 inches (closed) Relief Illustrations, Pencil Lines, and Inkjet Text It’s hard enough making friends around here. One doesn’t need bird droppings to complicate things. It’s worse than most other things nature tends to do to me. Want to read the whole book? Let us know, we can […]

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I Will No Longer Be Taking Lessons From Animals

Cover of I will no longer be taking lessons from animals

By S.L. Ziegler 20 Pages 5.5 x 8.75 inches (closed) Relief Illustrations and Inkjet Text Publication Date: January-February 2012 A fly buzzed around for what seemed like a very long time. Then he tried to teach me a lesson. I am no longer in the habit of taking such lessons. Want to read the whole […]

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January (This Year’s Gonna Be Different For Me)

writers like other writers.

By Scott Ziegler 16 Pages 5.5 x 4.25 in (closed) Clip Art and Inkjet Text Publication Date: January, 2011 So long feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt, this year, I’m going to be a writer. Hello instant fame and fortune! (Think you might like to read this whole zine? Let Scott know! It’ll make him feel […]

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February (Pronouncing That Word)

By Scott Ziegler 8 Pages 5.5 x 4.25 in (closed) Clip Art and Inkjet Text Publication Date: February, 2011 Another would-be joyous occasion torn apart by the most factious issue of all. God help us. (Think you might like to read this whole zine? Let Scott know! He’ll be thrilled to hear from you!)

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March (Everything’s Worse Than It Used To Be)

Everyone's so unhappy when it's rainy and they're playing the puddles.

By Scott Ziegler 8 Pages 5.5 x 4.25 in (closed) Clip Art and Inkjet Text Publication Date: March, 2011 Something’s going on. Everything’s getting greener. People are spending more time outside. This is the pits.   (Think you might like to read this whole zine? Let Scott know! It’ll put him in a much better […]

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