Ebooks / PDF Zines

I Changed at Rayners Lane, A Short Story by John Miskelly

East London pioneers expanding into foreign markets.

One Punk’s Guide to Silent Films By Donna Ramone

The Birth of a Nation… blackface slaves are stoked to be slaves, Lincoln gets assassinated, and The Ku Klux Klan was a heroic and driving force in making this country so damned great. I wish I was kidding.

One Punk’s Guide to Poetry by Cheryl Klein

You have two worlds of poetry, the two stereotypes that are too true: angsty people at coffee houses vs. pretentious academic bullshit… Really, really bad poetry will hurt you, but just for a second.

One Punk’s Guide to Science Fiction by Katie Dunne

In the same way punk rock has been a refuge to weirdos, losers, and outcasts, sci-fi has served as a safe place for experimentation and boundary breaking.

One Punk’s Guide to Otis Redding by Todd Taylor

“Otis had to have two cans of Right Guard to keep him down. The man was physical. It was just electrifying. He’d get right in front of you until you were just foaming at the mouth.” –Wayne Jackson

Vinyl Audities: A Look at the History and Ideas That Keep Vinyl Records Spinning by Todd Taylor

A comprehensive zine that looks at the history, science, and manufacturing processes of vinyl records. If you’ve ever wondered how vinyl records are made and how they make sound, this is a good place to start.

Alice Bag Vs. Nardwuar the Human Serviette

Nardwuar: Alice Bag from the Bags, did you invent the term “douchbag”? Alice: I didn’t invent it. I didn’t.

One Punk’s Guide to Outlaw Country by MP Johnson

Enter a handful of pill-popping cowboys who had some wild ideas and a relentless determination…

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

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.

Stress Test: A Short Story by John Miskelly

Download this short story as an ebook.

Craig picked up his beer, took a tentative sip, and placed it back down. Then he picked it up again and started picking at the label.

“So, mate, what the fuck? How… I mean… yeah, how are you?” he asked.

“Kind of a big question, considering the circumstances,” replied Gene, sitting with his legs and arms crossed in a boss-like manner, his chair pushed back away from the pub table and his own bottle untouched.