LIZARD PEOPLE, DEAR READER: A DIY GUIDE TO SEARCHING FOR WEIRD SHIT, $2, 2 ¾” x 4 ¼”, 14pgs.

Julia Eff, Detroit’s cut and paste mastermind, has the cryptozoology guide to meet every cryptid hunter’s needs. For those not in the know, a cryptid is an animal whose existence is unsubstantiated. This foldout zine gives us a map of the U.S. complete with over thirty cryptids and their approximate locations. You want the Ghost Deer? Get in Jimbo’s wagon and head north on the 101. Is it the Goatman ye seek? Then onto Texas, my son. Head northeast from the Lone Star State and from there and you may bag a Fouke Monster, a Wampus Cat, and a Pope Licker. Eff is here to support us in our hunt, because “cryptid-seeking can be a great way to get out of the house, and you will hopefully definitely not die” in the process. Google will tell you otherwise. But that’s only because “[t]he internet clearly just wants all the creepies for themselves.” I can’t feign objectivity. I love this stuff. Buy it—it comes with a Bigfoot sticker. –Jim Joyce (Pioneer Press, 100 E Kansas Ave, #248 Lansing, KS 66043, pioneerspress.com)