Anarcho-Punk, Politics and Music$25.00
An exploration of the development of the anarcho-punk scene from the late 1970s, raising questions over the origins of the scene, its form, structure and cultural significance examining how...
This book comprises an undergraduate monograph an essays written in the mid 1990s. The central theme sets up and critically examines the need to examine the work of the anarchist punk band Crass...
An Exploration of Punk Philosophy$20.00
The Truth of Revolution, Brother is a unique exploration of the philosophy of punk, based on the ideas, beliefs and lives of the people that created the movement.
Stories of Punk, Fear, and Redemption$15.95
A searing punk memoir by an American original rebelling against conformity, complacency, and conservatism with his iconic band, MDC.
In his latest work of fiction, Locust House, San Diego-born author Adam Gnade writes about his homeland in the tradition of regionalists like Sherman Alexie and Willa Cather. Gnade's California is...
American Punk 1979–1989, Second Edition$21.95 $12.00
The product of decades of work and multiple self-published editions, this book by a 1980s scene veteran is the most comprehensive look yet at America's nationwide underground punk scene.
What Is Punk? is a must-read pop-culture primer for children--an introduction to the punk revolution, recreated in vivid 3-D clay illustrations and told...
Art & Squatting in the City from Below$27.00
The story of a journey through the world of recent political squatting in Europe, told by a veteran of the 1970s and ‘80s New York punk art scene.
Cast off the chains of corporate food dependency! Twenty-five years after the publication of the original Soy Not Oi, the Hippycore Krew returns with a second volume featuring a worldwide...
"Zounds has been described as a political band. It has been labelled as squat-rock, pop-rock, peace-punk, anarcho-punk, post-punk, psychedelic, punk-pop and a million other things. But...