A 2010 reissue of Jay Ryan’s underground hit book, with new material added, and essays by Steve Albini, Art Chantry, Greg Kot, and Debra Parr.
Genre: Art/Music/Pop Culture
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.
The second book from the iconic Chicago underground poster artist, with a foreword by Andrew Bird and an essay by Joe Meno.
By guerrilla poster artist Robbie Conal.
The long-awaited reissue of the sequel to Amiri Baraka’s seminal work, BLUES PEOPLE, and latest selection in the AkashiClassics Renegade Reprint Series. This collection of essays by Amiri Baraka/LeRoi Jones includes a new introduction by the author and Q&A by Calvin Reid.
Nearly forty years after breaking his way into public consciousness, the indefatigable godfather of indie features and African American cinema presents a graphic novel that serves as the inspiration for his latest film.
Updated 2009 edition of this evergreen punk classic—with a new chapter, additional photos, and other original material!
Pearl Jam’s longtime in-house designer, Brad Klausen, presents his first book of visually stunning poster art. With introductions by Eddie Vedder and Jeff Ament from Pearl Jam.
The debut collection of Mr. Fish’s searing and hilarious political cartoons, featured in Harper’s, Truthdig, and elsewhere.
A gift book for parents that will have them laughing even as they cry.
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.
Ryan Adams presents his second book of passionate, transcendent verse.
World-famous singer-songwriter Ryan Adams reveals his prodigious talents as a poetry and fiction writer.
A poetic elegy for Kurt Cobain from the man who created the band Hole with Cobain’s wife, Courtney Love.
Founding member of world-famous rock band Nirvana offers a personal and political memoir.
Please Take Me Off the Guest List is the latest in a series of creative collaborations by New York City artists and friends Zachary Lipez, Nick Zinner, and Stacy Wakefield.
Norman Kelley joins hip-hop luminary Chuck D and others to dissect the historical plight of black artists in the recording industry, from blues to hip-hop and all points between.
From the illustrator of Go the F*** to Sleep comes a history of coffee, Coca-Cola, caffeine, cocaine, secret formulas, special flavors, special favors, Harry J. Anslinger, and Prohibition.
The children’s version of the #1 New York Times best-selling classic!
The first collection of work from the acclaimed underground music photographer.
Half the size, double the trouble. Simon’s cat has a new little friend who may be even more accident prone.
This year, the world’s favorite cat faces his biggest series of challenges yet, as he takes on the whole globe!
Washington, DC–based rock ‘n’ roll antihero Ian F. Svenonius provides an unparalleled and exquisitely provocative how-to guide for rock bands.
Two Times Intro is Michael Stipe’s intimate and evocative visual diary of Patti Smith’s return to live performance.
Revised and expanded edition of the punk classic (more than 15,000 copies sold), with six new interviews.
Autism spectrum disorder is found in one of every eighty-eight children—this gorgeous book offers powerful insight into the disorder.
Legendary indie rockers The Jesus Lizard present an idiosyncratic, impassioned document of their rock and roll conquests.
Legendary indie rockers the Jesus Lizard present an idiosyncratic, impassioned document of their rock and roll conquests.
A Jamaican patois translation of the New York Times, Amazon.com, and Wall Street Journal number one best seller and worldwide phenomenon.
An irresistible and hilarious book of cat cartoon portraits for all cat lovers, old, young, and in between.
The first book collecting the transcendent photographs by Grammy Award–winning music icon Omar Rodriguez Lopez.