For the Love of Indie #102

Can looking ahead spoil a podcast episode? Don’t find out! You can get this episode on Google PlayiTunesStitcher or here!

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Into the Garden is small anthology by Geneviève Bigué, Patricia Duchesne, & Laurence Goulet-Tremblay. Three stories, one subject. We’ve got avian people, the living process of the earth, and a mysteriously lush garden, all beautifully illustrated. Your best bet for picking one of these up (if there are still copies) is by DMing one of the creators: @gen.bigue / @laurence_gt / @oohbhoy

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The first issue of Disorder, by Erika Price and from Diskette Press, is a risoprinted poetic display of the internal monsters that can haunt us. It’s harsh, difficult to peel your eyes from, and available from Diskette right here.

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Matt Lesniewski‘s The Freak (published by Adhouse Books) features an unfortunately ugly man who finds misunderstanding and violence on his quest to just live. You can buy The Freak here!

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Beth Barnett (of Hallo Spaceboy) brings us another charming and introspective autobiographical tale in Dreamers of the Day. Chronicling her experiences/feelings as she researches one of her heroes, T.E. Lawrence, Beth shows us some history and the introspection this trip has given her (plus a good set up). This book will be available at SPX and elsewhere after that.

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