Cover design by Eric Baskauskas | Photo by Anthony Mehlaff
- Wacko: Interview by Daryl
- Alison Braun: Interview by Daniel Makagon
- Vaneza Calderón: Interview by Todd Taylor
- One Punk’s Guide to the ER by Tim Janchar
- Donna Ramone and the cleverest naming loophole of all time.
- Jim Ruland gets the cokeheads to do an Irish jig.
- Lorde Jayne gets reborn in restraints.
- Sean Carswell goes on a bike ride and swerves to the right.
- Rev. Nørb gets engulfed by the communal tidal wave of dorkitude.
- Puro Pinche Poetry y Cuentos (Edited by Ever Velasquez and RoQue Torres
- Designated Dale is displaying hording tendencies.
- Art Fuentes loves to draw Trump.
- Rhythm Chicken makes sense out of a steaming pile of illogic.
- Jennifer Whiteford loses the center and watches the little ones teeter out of orbit.
- And photos from the lovely and talented:
- Chris Boarts Larson
- Mari Tamura
- Albert Licano
This issue is dedicated to the memories of Mensi and bell hooks.
112 page black and white newsprint magazine with 2-color covers
Gorsky Press, 2022
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DIY punk culture is often misrepresented, misunderstood, and the target of corporate exploitation. Razorcake supports a legit community of punk music and culture as the only bona fide 501(c)(3) non-profit music magazine in the US.
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