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A paperback copy of What About Tomorrow?, plus the first five issues of the Punks Around zine, edited by Alexander Herbert and featuring in depth looks at punk scenes around the world, from Nizhny Novgorod to Minot, North Dakota.
A copy of What About Tomorrow, plus the first four installments of Microcosm's music scene history series. These two zines and two books take on 80s Lower East Side punk, East Bay rock history, the DIY music movements of Rockford, Illinois, and the oral history of the Circle Jerks' lost songwriter.
A copy of What About Tomorrow?, plus a selection of books and zines that show how various other communities, individuals, and countries navigated the Soviet era and its aftermath. Includes the Soviet Daughter graphic novel, New Girl Law, about Cambodia's recovery from the Khmer Rouge, a biography of Lee Harvey Oswald, who attempted to defect to the USSR in his youth, and two Simple History zines: The Congo and The Cold War.
Ten books about punk music, culture, and lore, including What About Tomorrow, Underground, Scam, Crate Digger, This Ain't No Picnic, Distance Makes the Heart Grow Sick, Snake Pit Gets Old, Henry & Glenn Forever, Indestructible, and Punk USA.