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Friday Night Light (variant cover) By Alex Ward
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The official novelization of the Perverts Again album "Friday Night Light," out February 28, 2018 on Total Punk Records.
The Battle Hymn of the Good'Ole Hillbilly Zatan Boys By Dege Legg
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(Fiction Novel, 200pages). A tour de force run through social depravity, cultural isolation, and many things submarginal...with an insane family of hillbillys, living on an isolated mountain in... More > Arkansas, supporting themselves thru various means, such as the theft/sale of junkyard scrap metal and the production of moonshine + unknown substances...all while doing extremely weird shit to kill time in the Great American Southern Backwoods.< Less
Trixie, the Schizophrenic Girl [in full color] By Michael D'Orazio
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Wisely overlooked, "Trixie, the Schizophrenic Girl", is a graphic novel, and a collection of stories that was started in 2006. "Trixie" was a downtrodden girl who went through... More > personal turmoil only to thrive as a musical artist who triumphed over social adversity and became a little bit of a cult hero. She used her skill and her art to get revenge on her hometown for trashing her early years, and moved to another country to seek refuge and fame. This book also contains favorites like "The Trees that got mad", "The Folk Singer", and "Hitler wanted to be an Artist". Another personal favorite is "The Boy, the Stones, and the Tree". This book practically wrote itself.< Less
Trixie, the Schizophrenic Girl [in full color] By Michael D'Orazio
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Wisely overlooked, "Trixie, the Schizophrenic Girl", is a graphic novel, and a collection of stories that was started in 2006. "Trixie" was a downtrodden girl who went through... More > personal turmoil only to thrive as a musical artist who triumphed over social adversity and became a little bit of a cult hero. She used her skill and her art to get revenge on her hometown for trashing her early years, and moved to another country to seek refuge and fame. This book also contains favorites like "The Trees that got mad", "The Folk Singer", and "Hitler wanted to be an Artist". Another personal favorite is "The Boy, the Stones, and the Tree". This book practically wrote itself.< Less
The Time Machine by H.G. Wells By Stuart Matranga
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Before Dr. Who, before alternative universe theories, before the grandfather paradox, there was H.G. Wells, one of the fathers of science fiction. In his classic 1898 novel, The Time Machine, he... More > writes about a fantastic voyage into the future while reflecting on the industrial consequences to life on earth in the the present. Time travel gives Wells the opportunity to look at his own time--and what he finds is still current in our time; economic disparity, environmental disaster, and an abiding human spirit that lives forever--or almost. This edition has been formed with the young reader in mind, edited for clarity and pacing. You will never forget the Eloi and will always dread the Morlocks!< Less
Whup Jamboree: Stories By Garret Schuelke
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In this collection of fourteen stories, writer Garret Schuelke gives us a glimpse into the lives of three unique, eccentric individuals: Floyd Spicer returns from the pages of Schuelke’s... More > novel, Anamakee, as the ever-aimless hero hailing from Alpena, Michigan, with stories stretching across various points in his life; Imogene McDonald, a house venue operator and crust punk based in Kalamazoo, Michigan; and Godan, a hard boiled, wolf-like superhero and gutter punk who mainly operates out of Chicago. From slice-of-life stories to action packed heroics, Whup Jamboree showcases Schuelke’s ability to write about a variety of lifestyles, and be, as fellow writer John Withee has said, “...the hand that reaches out of the wreck.”< Less
My Life With Agent Warner By Pong Wolfgun
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Madhouse By Jill Martensen
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To be in love goes against everything that Bette Carter has learned in life. She doesn't want to believe in fairy tales, doesn't want to alter herself to please anyone. Growing up with her mother,... More > "the addicted to love chameleon", had forced her to construct walls and escape routes designed to protect herself. Forming attachments is not an option. As she enters into the big city nightlife and an underworld of punk rock, Bette is amazed at how many people she finds that are like her. Wasn't she an individual after all? At The Madhouse she finds comfort in her surroundings and unbelievably...she finds love. As her world conspires against her, Bette will find out who she really is, who she can count on, and who she can't live without. Who will be her biggest enemy? Will it be love, jealousy, fear or her own ideals? Find out inside Madhouse (a novel).< Less
PSYTOPIA: Adagio for Swords #1: Crimson Harvest By Gabriel Da Silva
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'Crimson Harvest' is a unique book of sound-bites and stanzas. Set in a world with a technological past and an agricultural present, 'Psytopia' is a light hearted look at the 'swords and sorcery'... More > genre from a new perspective. Set out on a journey across the shifting plateaus of the Psytopian arpeggio with a freaky collection of typical genre characters and witness their bizzare world. The twists in 'Psytopia' will most likely break the heroes' world in two as they realise that you can be taught everything you need to know... Then the wide, wild world comes along and tears your preconceptions apart. Full of vivid imagery, pop culture nods, quotable dialogue and written more like a Lonely Planet travel guide than a novel, this first part of the 'Psytopia' trilogy is a vibrant, rhythmic jaunt across strange lands, and carves its place in a sub-genre usually seen only in video games and manga.This is the full length, full size print 700 page version; not for pocketsies!< Less
PSYTOPIA: Adagio for Swords #1: Crimson Harvest By Gabriel Da Silva
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'Crimson Harvest' is a unique book of sound-bites and stanzas. Set in a world with a technological past and an agricultural present, 'Psytopia' is a light hearted look at the 'swords and sorcery'... More > genre from a new perspective. Set out on a journey across the shifting plateaus of the Psytopian arpeggio with a freaky collection of typical genre characters and witness their bizzare world. The twists in 'Psytopia' will most likely break the heroes' world in two as they realise that you can be taught everything you need to know... Then the wide, wild world comes along and tears your preconceptions apart. Full of vivid imagery, pop culture nods, quotable dialogue and written more like a Lonely Planet travel guide than a novel, this first part of the 'Psytopia' trilogy is a vibrant, rhythmic jaunt across strange lands, and carves its place in a sub-genre usually seen only in video games and manga.This is the full length, full size print 700 page version; not for pocketsies!< Less

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