Razorcake Podcast #420 with Chris Terry

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Free-association from twenty-plus years worth of records. Everything from Northwestern queer punk to Southeastern librarian emo.

One Punk’s Look at Social Anxiety, Neuroticism, and Other Fun Stuff by Jamie L. Rotante

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An introduction and examination to my social anxiety-induced nervousness and how that shapes my identity, whether it’s just my own brain running into overdrive or because of larger political problems.

Webcomic Wednesdays #189, “Still Waiting for the Band To Go On” by Ollie Mikse

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The Backpatches of NYC (Collection 8) by Adel Souto

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I’ve always loved the greater work a muddle of smaller pieces can make, as it brings to mind what can be done through unity. I could expand on that, but I’ll just let the pictures do the talking.

Louis Jacinto Photo Column – Alice Bag

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I think all of us are still trying to catch up to Alice Bag!

Interview with The Arrivals, Razorcake Podcast by Kevin Dunn and Todd Taylor

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The Future of Classic Rock

Ex-Punk, an excerpt from MP Johnson’s short story collection, Berzerkoids

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Lilly Nelson is a thirty-something punk veteran who hasn’t been to a show in over a decade. When her friends and even strangers try to convince her to go see Interscissor—the hottest new punk band—she is reluctant. Her feelings of doubt quickly fade as she joins the crowd for a truly life-changing experience, and gets more than she bargained for.

One Canadian Punk’s Guide to the Tragically Hip by Jennifer Whiteford

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How the citizens of Canada lost their collective mind over the imminent demise of a band you’ve probably never heard of.

Julie A. Ferguson Photo Column – Spraynard

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