One-off products, dinged and damaged books, close-out merchandise and ephemera from over a decade of design and publishing, available for 30% off or more.
Everything on this page is only here until it’s gone!
You can add products to your cart from both this page and the Online Store, and check out with everything at once.
Plus Bonus Gifts: Depending on the nature of your package, I’ll add a little bonus to any purchase containing a Garage Sale item, while supplies last! These could be stickers and pins for cool and weird stuff, plus gaming ephemera that I think you might like. For example:
4”x4” glossy vinyl sticker matching the shirt design
These were produced for the Trouble For Hire Kickstarter, and our manufacturer made a mistake and provided a bunch of extras to make up for it! Now that rewards are out to backers, you can pick up one of these rad pins for your battle jacket.
There’s some on the backer card featuring the cover art from the game (as pictured), and there’s also some loose ones. Pick which you’d like in the dropdown.
A stash of full-color Gimmick posters originally designed for the World Wide Wrestling RPG Kickstarter. 8.5x11 double-sided cardstock, with a Gimmick on one side and the cover art for the book on the other. UPDATE: Only the Monster is left!
The first edition Italian translation of Annalise: Stories of Pain, Hunger & Redemption. Translated and published by Narrattiva, this is a gorgeous printed artifact with spooky translucent dust cover.
This is the translation of the first edition of Annalise, so it’s 95% the same as the current editions rules-wise, and organized differently. If you read Italian and live in the US, and/or just want to have a fairly rare piece of indie RPG history, I have a couple of these ready for sale!
Some of the latest print run of International Incident books ended up with misaligned spines, where the cover art wraps weirdly; some also have minor cuts or dents on the spine where they were cut oddly at the printer. They are totally fine on the inside, I just don’t think it’s right to sell these at full price. These come with the included digital bundle and everything just like the regular purchase.
The second edition Italian translation of Annalise: Stories of Pain, Hunger & Redemption. Translated and published by Narrattiva, this is the same one they currently sell. It’s a revised interior from the first edition to go along with rules changes, and the very study cover features an original piece of art by Michela Da Sacco
This translation basically matches the currently available English version. If you read Italian or want to have a complete collection of weird indie titles, this may be for you!
Some of the Trouble For Hire books ended up with misaligned spines, where the spine text creeps too far for it to look like it’s right. They are totally fine on the inside, I just don’t think it’s right to sell these at full price. These come with the included digital bundle and everything just like the regular purchase.
That’s right, I still have some of the last print run of the original Timestream, my first-ever published game! It has my old imprint name and everything. I still have fondness for this game, though it certainly is a product of its time. If you want a little piece of indie RPG history, this is a great deal on a super-small-press game!