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Featured Book Reviews from Razorcake Issue 103: Safety in Numbers, Smoke City, Frequently Asked Questions about Being Dead

Featured Book Reviews from Razorcake Issue 103

A deft sense of “slow burn” plotting which includes the more mundane aspects of gang life adds to a deceptive normalcy that leads down a road where—like the author—readers ultimately, unwittingly find themselves in a world of crazy that seems sudden but—looking back—all the road marks leading there can clearly be seen.

Webcomic Wednesdays #272 “Tour Friends” by Rick V.

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Razorcake Podcast #535 with Garrett Barnwell

Keep your eye on the sparrow…

Dead Bars interview by Megan G. Razzetti

Dead Bars interview by Megan G. Razzetti

The way that I see it, music is probably the best thing in the world…. I’m trying to write cool songs, put a smile on people’s faces, get a good buzz on, and move on. That’s all.

Louis Jacinto Photo Column—Alice Bag and Edward Stapleton

Louis Jacinto Photo Column—Alice Bag and Edward Stapleton

In 2015 I exhibited my photographs of the punk musicians, showcasing the diversity of Los Angeles punk—women, men, gay, lesbian, straight, black, white, brown, red, yellow— EVERYONE! Here two of my favorites. Alice Bag, co-founder of The Bags, and Edward Stapleton, co-founder of Nervous Gender, came to the exhibition.

Razorcake Podcast #534 with Thirsty Thursdays Presented By The Dollar Boys

#caterpillarman

Featured Record Reviews from Razorcake 103: Mind Spiders, Neighborhood Brats, Dimber, La Tuya, Lemuria, Boys Order

Webcomic Wednesdays #271 by Benny Hope

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Razorcake Podcast #533 with Kayla Greet

There’s a ton of good new shit being made in punk by people other than just cis white men. Here’s just some of it.

The Other Night at Quinn’s by Mike Faloon now available

The Other Night at Quinn’s

Mike Watt of the Minutemen exclaims, “Whoa, these spiel batches pack much punch and got their grip way into brain-frame! Faloon had me captured and I had to keep reading.” Wayne Kramer of the MC5 adds that it’s “…a deeply personal dive into the psyche of a hardcore music fanatic…utterly indispensable. A truly great read.”