“As a veterans of ’90s hardcore, we agreed that there was a distinct Punk Planet vibe, as if the beloved zine had returned as slogans on cardboard or duct tape rather than perfect bound. It made me want to do a subculture decoder ring for mainstream media: can’t they see those “hippies” are all radical punks and conscious hip-hop kids? Not all dreads are the same.” Daphne Carr’s Occupy Writers essay is worth your time.
- Warren Ellis on the first comic he ever loved.
- Camille DeAngelis contributes to the “What Scares You” series.