An “anti-manifesto” from the co-author of Dance of Days: Two Decades of Punk in the Nation’s Capital with a preface by Jennifer Baumgardner, author of Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism, and the Future.
Catalog Tag: punk rock
Updated 2009 edition of this evergreen punk classic—with a new chapter, additional photos, and other original material!
A selection of Dennis Cooper’s Little House on the Bowery series.
Pulitzer prize–winning photographer Lucian Perkins captures four electrifying punk shows in Washington, DC, in 1979, with narrative by Alec MacKaye and an essay by Henry Rollins.
Schalit critically interrogates everything from Middle Eastern politics to the New Economy, from debates in the independent music scene about “selling out” to the current cultural interventions of Jerry Falwell and his followers.
Legendary indie rockers the Jesus Lizard present an idiosyncratic, impassioned document of their rock and roll conquests.
Jonah Sees Ghosts is a shocking, touching, and humorous first novel that blends magical realism with a figurative study of how alcohol abuse shapes the personalities within a family.
A riveting tale of sickness and survival from the first female author on the Punk Planet Books imprint that brought you the indie hit Hairstyles of the Damned.
Serpent’s Tail novelist Unsworth teases, tickles, and horrifies with her stellar curation of London Noir.
Larson’s antihero Dewey Decimal is back in this bombastic and soulful sequel to The Dewey Decimal System.
Founding member of world-famous rock band Nirvana offers a personal and political memoir.
The first collection of work from the acclaimed underground music photographer.
Undistilled noir in the much-anticipated third novel from the American Book Award–winning Bronx native.
An oral and photographic history of the Washington, DC, punk rock scene, including Minor Threat, Bad Brains, Fugazi, and more.
Washington, DC–based rock ‘n’ roll antihero Ian F. Svenonius provides an unparalleled and exquisitely provocative how-to guide for rock bands.
Revised and expanded edition of the punk classic (more than 15,000 copies sold), with six new interviews.
A wonderfully illustrated children’s history of punk rock, from a progressive/idealistic perspective.
Part of Dennis Cooper’s Little House on the Bowery series, this collection of stories is told by a woman compelled to divulge her secrets, fantasies, and obsessions.
Lydia Lunch’s second book will provoke rage, awe, and infectious desire.