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book & zine Reviews

art of atari
by Tim Lapetino

The Art of Atari Lapetino

The Art of Atari is a hefty coffee table book that brings the art of Atari game boxes back in all their full-color, over-the-top glory. This is a must have for gamers, designers and fans of 80s pop culture.

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the prodigal rogerson
by J. Hunter Bennett

The Circle Jerks were one of the more popular SoCal hardcore bands in the 1980s. This book from Microcosm is an interesting side note—not just to the Circle Jerks story, but to the greater L.A. punk rock history as well.

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more book & zine reviews

Big Diamond by Liam Ira Christian

The Bobby Joe Ebola Songbook by Dan Abbott & Corbett Redford

Brew It Yourself by Erik Spellmeyer

The DIY Guide to Fighting the Big Motherfucking Sad by Adam Gnade 

Dwelling Portably by Bert & Holly Davis

The Essential Carl Mahogany: A Novel by Zach Boddicker

Everyday Cheesemaking by K. Ruby Blume

Every Thug is a Lady by Julia Eff

Hot Damn and Hell Yeah by Ryan Splints

I Don't Care I'm Still Free by Sarah May

Nesting: Self-Care Tips for Autumn and Winter by Katie Johnson

Out of the Basment by David Ensminger

The Prodigal Rogerson by J. Hunter Bennett

Slip of the Tongue by Katie Haegele

This Ain't No Picnic by Joshua Ploeg

Under the Radar by Olivier Matthon

Why We Drive by Andy Singer


interviews & articles

The Essential Zach Boddicker

Zach Boddicker's debut novel, The Essential Carl Mahogany, was published earlier this year by Last Chance Press. Full of great dialogue, humorous observations and dry wit, it's a strong debut. I recently asked Zach a few questions about the book and the process of completing it. 

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more interviews

Jake Austen (Roctober zine/Chic-a-go-go)

Zach Boddicker (author)

David Gill (sci-fi writer/Phillip K. Dick scholar)

Casseen Gaines (author, Inside Pee-Wee's Playhouse)

Matt Champagne (actor, comedian)

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