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One Punk’s Guide to Professional Wrestling By James Rosario

One Punk’s Guide to Professional Wrestling By James Rosario

The wrestling arena, just like the basement or DIY venue, is somewhere you can go to be among fellow freaks and weirdos.

One Punk’s Guide to Pynchon Novels By Sean Carswell

One Punk’s Guide to Pynchon Novels

The first great thing about a Thomas Pynchon novel: it invites us to see life with more complexity. The world around us is chaos in the purest sense. The second thing about a Pynchon novel: it’s not for everyone.

One Punk’s Guide to Gardening by Jon Mule

One Punk’s Guide to Gardening

Figuring out that a seed could be placed in the ground to produce more fruit is the greatest technological advancement in the history of the world…. I consider it a revolutionary act to get off the computer, go outside, and plant a seed in the dirt.

One Punk’s Guide to Starting Your Own DIY Record Label by Kevin Dunn

One Punk’s Guide to Starting Your Own DIY Record Label by Kevin Dunn

Most DIY punk labels lose money regularly. There is a simple reason for that: their business model is not one defined by profit-maximization. In the simplest terms, they are intentionally bad capitalists.

One Punk’s Guide to Christian Punk By Kurt Morris

One Punk’s Guide to Christian Punk

I can almost guarantee your first thought when you saw the title to this piece was, “Christian punk? What in the world is an article about Christian punk doing in Razorcake?” Well, it’s likely you’ve come across a punk or two (especially if you live in an area with a predominantly Christian population) who describes themselves as a Christian punk…

One Punk’s Guide to Bike Touring by John Miskelly

One Punk’s Guide to Bike Touring

What the private jet is to vulgar rock superstardom the bike is to punk, but in reverse. Eat, hydrate, ride, repeat.

Razorcake #100 now available, featuring Mike Watt, Erica Freas, Crom, and One Punk’s Guide to Pynchon Novels

Razorcake #100

“Culture attracts the worst impulses of the moneyed. It has no honor, it begs to be suburbanized and corrupted.” —Thomas Pynchon, Bleeding Edge

One Punk’s Guide to Bizarro Fiction by MP Johnson

Bizarro Fiction by MP Johnson

Bizarro Central, the online home of the genre, describes bizarro fiction as the cult section of the literary world… What ties the genre together is a commitment to doing weird, surprising shit. Elements of horror and science fiction are common. Grossness is not unusual. Humor is almost always present. However, no two bizarro books are the same.