- Night Court interview by Daryl and Todd Taylor
- Melissa Cody interview by Jim Ruland
- Good Grief interview by Nathan Stephens-Griffin
- Vial interview by Vida Hasson
- Mick Collins, Part 2 interview by Todd Taylor
- “That skull for sale online likely belonged to someone still being mourned.” – Donna Ramone
- “I have some bad news: None of you are real.” – Jim Ruland
- “Gender is weird.” – Lorde Destroyer
- “We have to secure sustainable conditions not just for ourselves, but for all lives around us. That’s a tough thing to tell an American.” – Sean Carswell
- “Stink is relegated to second class citizenship in the Replacements canon because nobody in a position of power wants to admit that the band’s punkest record is also their best record.” – Rev. Nørb
- “Keep wiping the seat, wash your damn hand, and two final parting words: courtesy flush.” – Designated Dale
- MAGA farts and the ol’ ball and chain of a running mate. “Very solid.” – Art Fuentes
- “The Figgmass congregation roared like an outdoor church full of drunkards.” – Rhythm Chicken
- “Greta Gerwig’s past plagiarism problem, literary homages, and another reason to Hate Matchbox 20,” a look into the Barbie movie. – Michelle Cruz Gonzales
And photos from the lovely and talented:
- Chris Boarts Larson
- Mari Tamura
- Albert Licano
This issue is dedicated to the memories of Robert Becerra, Tony “Tempt” Quan, Jack Curran, and Bennett Kent Stacks.
112 page black and white newsprint magazine with 2-color covers
Gorsky Press, 2023
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