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AVAILABLE PUBLICATIONS

Sue Coe

To order, please contact the gallery.


Beatpad

Mouse-pad with artwork by Sue Coe. Limited availability.

$10.00


BLAB!

Edited by Monte Beauchamp. Includes Sue Coe’s “Ghost Sheep,” as well as short works by other comics artists. Fantagraphics Books, Vol. 13, Autumn 2002. 120 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $20.00


BLAB!

Edited by Monte Beauchamp. Includes Sue Coe’s “Hurricane,” as well as short works by other comics artists. Fantagraphics Books, Vol. 17, Autumn 2006. 120 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $20.00


BLAB!

Edited by Monte Beauchamp. Includes Sue Coe’s “An Elephant Never Forgets,” as well as short works by other comics artists. Fantagraphics Books, Vol. 18, Autumn 2007. 120 pages. Limited availability.

Softcover: $23.00


Dead Meat

By Sue Coe, with an introduction by Alexander Cockburn.

Illustrated journals about the slaughterhouse industry. Four Walls Eight Windows, New York, 1995

136 pages

Hardcover: $40.00

Softcover: $22.00


Pit’s Letter

By Sue Coe. Four Walls Eight Windows, 2000. Allegory about an abused dog. 48 pages.

Hardcover: $22.00


Police State

Artwork by Sue Coe, text by Mandy Coe; with essays by Donald Kuspit and Marilyn Zeitlin. Anderson Gallery (exhibition catalogue), 1987.

Softcover: $30.00


Porkopolis

Artwork by Sue Coe; text by Mandy Coe. Galerie St. Etienne, 1989. Pamphlet accompanied an exhibition of the same title. Details the treatment of animals by the meat industry.

Softcover: $5.00


Sheep of Fools: . . . A Song Cycle for Five Voices

By Sue Coe and Judith Brody. Fantagraphics, 2005. Songs and notes on the sheep-wool industry. Limited availability.

Hardcover: $15.00


X (Raw One-Shot #6)

Artwork by Sue Coe; text by Sue Coe, Art Spiegelman and Judith Moore. Raw Books and Graphics, 1986. Dedicated to “Malcolm X and all those who have been Xed out by the American Dream—a nightmare where profit is valued more than human life.” Limited availability.

Hardcover: $30.00


Hildegard Bachert: A Memoir

By Hildegard Bachert; edited by Jane Kallir; interviews with Hildegard Bachert conducted by Courtney Donner, Fay Duftler, Jane Kallir, Elizabeth Marcus and Alisa Nathan. Galerie St. Etienne, 2010. Published on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Hildegard Bachert's tenure at the Galerie St. Etienne. Illustrated. 45 pages.

Softcover: $15.00


Saved from Europe

By Jane Kallir. Galerie St. Etienne (exhibition catalogue), 1999. Exhibition commemorated the sixtieth anniversary of the Galerie St. Etienne. Chronicles the story of the gallery’s founder, Otto Kallir, his escape from Nazi Austria and his struggle to introduce Austrian Expressionism to American. Details the history of the Galerie St. Etienne. 33 color plates; 36 black and white illustrations. 112 pages.

Hardcover: $30.00