Cover by Jason Willis | Photo by Kasper Tobias
- Edward Colver interview by Daniel Makagon
- Death Ridge Boys interview by Keith Rosson, introduction by Todd Taylor
- The Linda Lindas and Jawbreaker interview one another, introduction by Martin Wong
- Up the Blunx! interview by Daryl
- One Punk’s Guide to the Culture Industry by Angus Wonder Of It All
- Donna Ramone got weirdly sweaty while sick from COVID.
- Jim Ruland honors the memory of his father-in-law and makes some good memories.
- Lorde Jayne focuses on what they want to feel. It’s the opposite of dissociation.
- Sean Carswell pushes his art form beyond the narrow confines of branding… and celebrates The Mag Seven.
- Rev. Nørb (regrettably) receives a motorcycle helmet with an even larger pair of antlers bolted to the sides. Heavy sigh.
- Puro Pinche Poetry y Cuentos (Edited by Ever Velasquez and RoQue Torres
- Designated Dale celebrates artistic differences and retells a story from his Evil Grandma why cats sniff one another’s butts.
- Art Fuentes shows what may happen when guns have more rights than elementary school kids.
- Rhythm Chicken goes on his first wheelbarrow tour.
- Jennifer Whiteford breaks down a convincing argument for Universal Basic Income while staring at a load of unwashed laundry.
And photos from the lovely and talented:
- Chris Boarts Larson
- Mari Tamura
- Albert Licano
This issue is dedicated to the memories of Steve “Human” Pfauter and Bob Butler
112 page black and white newsprint magazine with 2-color covers
Gorsky Press, 2022
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