Punking the bibliography
RE/Search Publications, the bookshelf question and ideational flow
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Punk-informed fanzines covered more than just music. Taking the US publication Re/Search as an example, S. Alexander Reed examines how zines served as cultural conduits to radical literature and radical ideas. Indeed, Re/Search proved crucial to disseminating the intellectual foundations of industrial culture.

Ripped, torn and cut

Pop, politics and punk fanzines from 1976

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