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A taut, disturbing novel that examines the Vietnam War’s living legacy and plumbs the depths of human sadness.
A satirical adventure story featuring two young teens, in the style of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.
An impassioned history of the final, turbulent years of The Clash under the dark shadow of Reagan and Thatcher.
Cherished former Vermont governor Kunin teams up with Baumgardner to tell the inspiring story of American politicians’ growing acceptance of gay marriage.
In interviews and essays, high-profile activist athletes explore the intersection of sports and politics.
Revised and expanded edition of the punk classic (more than 15,000 copies sold), with six new interviews.
This picture book of Dee Snider’s classic song of empowerment and self-determination will strike a chord with kids everywhere.
Heather Dune Macadam presents her first mystery as alluring as a Buddhist Koan.
An outrageous and provocative photograph book of cult music hero Peaches, with text from Peaches, Yoko Ono, Elliot Page, and Michael Stipe.
A stunning collection of the most iconic photographs ever made of Black Flag, along with never-before-seen photos and a foreword by Chuck Dukowski. 256 jam-packed pages, over 300 photographs, and over 70% of the photos have never been seen.
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A beautifully illustrated children’s history of hip-hop, from a progressive/idealistic perspective.
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.
Revoyr’s novel examines the effects of change on a small, isolated town, the strengths and limits of community, and the sometimes conflicting loyalties of family and justice.