Q: If I'm impatient and a jerk, will I get what I want faster?
Q: Do you ship using priority shipping?
A: No. First class USPS only.
Q: Returns? Refunds?
A: No returns. Refunds possible for defective items if manufacturer is at fault.
Q: Do you offer digital distribution of books, zines, and music? Audio books?
A: No. Bandcamp codes where applicable for music.
Q: I wrote and/or printed a music zine. What are my distro and/or publishing options?
A: We offer middle-man publishing + distribution packages for zines. Wholesale only, send your prices with your inquiry.
Q: I wrote a book, novel, novella, or periodical will you publish it?
A: Yes. I'll have the final word on the item's aesthetic. Short runs for novels must be in excess of 275 pages (6"x 9").
Q: Our band wants to do a Cassette Tape or CD release with you, what genres and how soon?
A: Metal (Death, thrash, doom, traditional and all extremes), 80's Hardcore punk, Noise rock. Timing depends on formats desire and the deal in general. Please bring a fully finished and mastered audio project to the table. Send demos to: email@example.com
[NOTE: If you have already released your album/demo digitally (or another format) it will be ignored by me and the general public.]
Q: We're looking to do a short-run vinyl release. Will you be dealing with vinyl?
A: No, the current manufacturing turnaround is nearly six months for vinyl. It will only be considered in special cases.
Q: Our label wants to do a co-release with you, what are your terms?
A: No interest.
Q: Will you do PR for our release? Layout design? Press kits? Ad copy? Social media marketing?
A: We can include PR in the contract for a release/license. I insist on doing the layout design for each release myself. I will not prepare your press kits, your bio, ad copy, or any original art work or writing without being paid. Teach yourself to do these things or pay a professional.
Q: Do you do trades?
Q: Will you accept items on consignment?
Q: Who are you?
Just some guy.
Q: Where are you based?
A: In between Seattle and Tacoma, Washington. Fuck off anyhow.
Q: Why start a distro/label with a print publishing focus?
A: An exercise in impermanence.