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Patrick Houdek Photo Column – PEARS

By Patrick Houdek


Everyone was right.



#357 with Bianca and Rhea
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


LA Zine Fest organizers -- Rhea and Bianca -- share some tunes. 



Swipe
A Short Story
By John Miskelly


Possibly the best short story about mobile dating apps you’ll read today.



Webcomic Wednesdays #122
Part 2
By Rodrigo V

Two girlfriends at a punk show, against the world. Straight-edge, vegan and cool as hell. Part 2. A webcomic by Rodrigo V.




Razorcake #86 Pre-order. Ships June 1.
Trans Punks interviews
By Staff


Trans Punks: featuring interviews by Susan de Place with Kale Edminston (Nervous Nelly Records, Nashville Transit zine), Shannon Thompson (Nervous Nelly Records), 
Mars Dixon (Aye Nako), and Sadie Smith (Peeple Watchin’, G.L.O.S.S.).



Featured Book Reviews from Issue #85
Dysfunction is never the wind in your sails
By Staff

A peek inside Issue 85's book reviews reveals the highs and lows of Lookout Records, life-or-death dodgeball, and the truth behind so many Ramones rumors. 




Kelly Lone Photo Column - Lipstick Homicide

By Kelly A. Lone

Hands-down my favorite active pop punk band.




Interview with Martin Wong of Save the Music in Chinatown
Razorcake Interview Podcast by Daryl and Todd
By Staff


Interview with Martin Wong, plus live tracks from
Mike Watt And The Secondmen and The Adolescents. 



Black Fork Interview
“Preserved” ‘90s Oakland Punk by Tracy Stansbury
By Guest Contributor

Black Fork is a ‘90s punk band from Oakland that has come and gone and come back again with the same ferocity and energy they put out years back. Despite a seemingly cursed series of tours they have started playing shows in the Bay Area.




Webcomic Wednesdays #121
Part 1
By Rodrigo V


Two girlfriends at a punk show, against the world. Straight-edge, vegan and cool as hell. A webcomic by Rodrigo V.



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