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Razorcake Podcast #462 with Tim Brooks

No rhyme or reason… just a good few jammers.

Featured Zine Reviews from Razorcake Issue 98: POPs, Cans on a Shelf, Fluke, Fuck Trump Club, One Singular Date

Razorcake Featured Zine Reviews Issue 98 by Becky Rodriquez

In POPs, different parents share personal essays about unique experiences: becoming a parent in the house where your father died, how an autistic child’s attachment to a pair of glasses can ease your self-image issues, and waiting for your stepkids to say, “You’re not my real father!” –Chris Terry

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Sweet Reaper

Sweet Reaper by Eden Kittiver

Although this show overlapped with Punk Rock Bowling weekend, Sweet Reaper played to a pretty decent sized crowd in Pomona, Calif.

Razorcake Podcast #461 with Kayla Greet and Craven Rock

Our themes combined are basically “Things that make us angry.”

Razorcake Octo-shirt

Razorcake Octoshirt Lucha

Your favorite Octo-design is now in t-shirt form. Be quick. We didn’t make that many.

I’ve Got a Garbage Brain, It’s Driving Me Insane by Jamie L. Rotante

Jamie L. Rotante illo. by Laura Collins

An examination of how my anxiety thrives in clutter and messes, despite my constant attempts at trying to create clean, calm spaces.

Webcomic Wednesdays #229 by Ollie Mikse

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Razorcake Podcast #460 with Michael Fournier

Spate Pace

Featured Book Reviews from Razorcake Issue 98: The Mercy of the Tide, Punk Avenue, Unfuck Your Brain

The Mercy of the Tide by Keith Rosson, Illustration by Simon Sotelo

“That’s what novels should do: allow us to slow down and highlight the foundational elements of our lives which go unsung, misinterpreted, or simplified.” —Matthew Hart, The Mercy of the Tide

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column – Aspects of War

Chris Boarts Larson Aspects of War

Generator shows on bridges. Bands playing by rock piles under bridges, in abandoned warehouses or in empty lots are one of the best signs of summer.