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Hail by LIza Kotlar,

BLUE CURTAIN broadside, Beautifully stark and simple letter pressed poem, "Blue Curtain," by Liza Kotlar. 8.5" x 11." Printed at Mayday Studio in Montpelier, Vermont.

Son of Ghoul print, A self-portrait and central image in Ed Steck's forthcoming autobiographical exploration, A Place Beyond Shame (Wonder, 2023), this 4x6" portrait is available in an edition of 30. About the book: Ed Steck’s A Place Beyond Shame is a long-form poetic exploration of autobiographical trauma. Place is an excavation of memory linked to topography, site, and sight: the bleak expanse of plagued rural landscapes; addiction and terror; the house or the home; and a personal archive of horror, adult, and exploitation films. A Place Beyond Shame follows a father and a son as they transform into "Ghoul" and "Son of Ghoul." They dub films to tape, loiter in the woods and search for UFOs amidst the shock and horror of secrecies hidden behind the walls of the everyday. If when you are reading this book and the horrors become too real, repeat to yourself: it’s only a book, it’s only a book, it’s only a book… Read a selection from A Place Beyond Shame here. "Ed Steck's A Place Beyond Shame is a harrowing, original, and endlessly surprising book. Shapeshifting in our hands as we read it, it is as scary and wondrous as the horror films it not only references, but writes into itself. The horror genre has long been a space to explore the terrors of childhood, the way a parent can become a ghoul, to finally confess, in a scream not a whimper, all the secret things we've hidden under the bed. This book reminds me it's in the darkness, not the light, that we finally face ourselves." -- Kate Durbin, Author of Hoarders and E! Entertainment. Ed Steck is the author of A Place Beyond Shame, An Interface for a Fractal Landscape, The Garden, Mountain Forge Serviceberry Systems, David Horvitz: Rarely Seen Bas Jan Ader Film, and others. His work has been performed and exhibited nationally and internationally, including for the Brooklyn Rail, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Libraire Yvon Lambert, High Desert Test Sites, and more. He is a recipient of grants from the Fund for Poetry, Pittsburgh Greater Arts Council, and the Pittsburgh Foundation. He lives in Pittsburgh.

I Can Be The Dad I See, I Can Be The Dad I See

Sick of the Discourse / Blue Sky [Poster], Double sided Newsprint,

A New Heaven And A New Earth,

An Orange by Ted Dodson,

Club Wonder Moto 3/4 Sleeve Shirt, Club Wonder Moto 3/4 Sleeve Shirt

Prayer Is Whatever You Say On Your Knees, Double sided poster, on newsprint (comes folded)

Porn Carnival: Paradise Edition,

Porn Carnival by Rachel Rabbit White,

Mucus in My Pineal Gland by Juliana Huxtable,

Telephone by Ariana Reines,

The Switch by Shiv Kotecha,

Paradise Bundle: Book and Perfume, Paradise Bundle: Book and Perfume

E! Entertainment by Kate Durbin,

Nevermind by Rob Fitterman,

i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where by Uljana Wolf,

Poem Without Suffering by Josef Kaplan,

The Four Seasons by Brandon Brown,

The Soft Life by Bridget Talone,

MATERIALS BY RIPLEY SOPRANO,

Summer of Poetry Sticker [2-Pack], Celebrate the SUMMER OF POETRY with this insta-classic design. Sold as a two-pack. Rounded corner stickers Size: 3" x 3"

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