Ebooks / PDF Zines

Payload, a short story by John Miskelly

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The call of duty. The call of nature.

Lapsed Vegan, a short story by John Miskelly

Because it’s cheaper than seitan.

An Inside Job, a short story by John Miskelly

A team-building exercise slash heist slash liberation.

So… What Are You? By Rishbha Bhagi

What’s the overlap between DIY hip hop and DIY punk rock? What makes these two scenes attractive to second generation immigrants? Rishbha tells her story of growing up in Canada as the child of Indian immigrants and her exposure to punk and hip hop. She interviews other second generation immigrants involved with both DIY hip hop and punk to learn about their experiences and relate them to her own.

9/11 Never Let Me Forget, Updated and Expanded By Donna Ramone

Islam isn’t some scary, violent, woman-hating cult out of the dark deserts of Saudi Arabia. It’s practiced by twenty-three percent of the world—that’s nearly one in every four people.

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