http://razorcake.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/razorcake_podcast_kurt_morris_12_09_16.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSMy life is a constant wavering between love and hate. Sometimes I really hate people. I hate the human race. I turn into a nihilist and wish we were all wiped off the face of the planet. Other times I love my friends, family,
After going across the country and feeling a bit culture shocked by the attitudes of people and the political tension in the air, I realized that I wanted to go back to my bubble. I realized that I didn’t really know what a large portion of this country is like.
Tear A Cognita is a series of regional compilations put together by active participants in the community they’re representing. The focus of this one is Madison, Wisconsin.
Razorcake Issue #47 from 2008/2009, Featuring Sass Dragons, Hex Dispensers, Full Of Fancy, Rager, Ninja Gun, and The Vinyl Record Bubble?
The Sass Dragons sound like if The Ergs! were more into the Dwarves and had less shame. Dumb! Together! Nardwuar interviews Jay-Z.
We are looking for pieces that capture and also push forward Pepus’s spirit of fairness. They also must engage with and confront social class issues. (Or, in Pepus’s words, they must be “against class bigotry.”) Submissions should be well written, non-fiction, and punk applicable. Pieces can be narratives but must be research-based and factual.
Featured Book Reviews from Razorcake 94: Global Punk, My Damage, Berzerkoids, Everyone Loves You Back
“Punk’s power isn’t so much its ability to change the world, but rather its ability to change an individual.” –Kurt Morris, Global Punk
Razorcake #95 now available, featuring Sun Bather, Mecca Normal, Success, and One Punk’s Guide to Christian Punk
“Being reliable is good when you’re doing things you want to do, but being a bit donkey headed is an asset when you get to the part that is difficult, tiresome, and dull.”