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Ripped, Torn and Cut
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Introduction - Subcultures Network Part I: Going underground: Process and place 1. Doing it ourselves: Countercultural and alternative radical publishing in the decade before punk - Jess Baines, Tony Credland & Mark Pawson 2. Zines and history: Zines as history - Lucy Robinson 3. Whose culture? Fanzines, politics and agency - Matthew Worley 4. Invisible women: The role of women in punk fanzine creation - Cazz Blase Part II: Communiques and celloptape: Constructing cultures 5. 'Pam Ponders Paul Morley's Cat': City Fun and the politics of post-punk - David Wilkinson 6. Goth 'zines: Writing from the dark underground, 1976-92 - Claire Nally 7. The evolution of an anarcho-punk narrative, 1978-84 - Russ Bestley & Rebecca Binns 8. 'Don't do as you're told, do as you think': The transgressive zine culture of industrial music in the 1970s and 1980s - Benjamin Bland 9. Are you scared to get punky? Indie pop, fanzines and punk rock - Pete Dale Part III: Memos from the frontline: Locating the source 10. Vague post-punk memoirs, 1979-89 - Tom Vague 11. 'Mental liberation issue': Toxic Grafity's punk epiphany as subjectivity, (re)storying 'the truth of revolution' across the lifespan - Mike Diboll 12. From year zero to 1984: I was a pre-teen fanzine writer - Nicholas Bullen 13. Kick: Positive punk - Richard Cabut 14. 'This is aimed as much at us as at you': My life in fanzines - Clare Wadd Part IV: Global communications: Continuities and distinctions 15. Punking the bibliography: RE/Search publications, the bookshelf question and ideational flow - S. Alexander Reed 16. Punks against censorship: Negotiating acceptable politics in the Dutch fanzine Raket - Kirsty Lohman 17. Contradictory self-definition and organisation: The punk scene in Munich, 1979-82 - Karl Siebengartner 18. 'Angry grrrl 'zines': Riot grrrl and body politics from the early 1990s- Laura Cofield Index

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Professor Keith Gildart, University of Wolverhampton; Professor Anna Gough-Yates, University of Roehampton; Dr. Sian Lincoln, Liverpool John Moores University; Professor Bill Osgerby, London Metropolitan University; Professor Lucy Robinson, University of Sussex; Professor John Street, University of East Anglia; Dr. Pete Webb, University of the West of England; Professor Matthew Worley, University of Reading

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'In Ripped, Torn and Cut, The Subcultures Network provides ample evidence that fanzines can and should be taken seriously. The book will be of significance to any historian working on British youth culture, but there is plenty to interest historians working on cultural theory, ageing, personal testimony, publishing and networks. It forms an important and welcome intervention into the history of British youth culture.' Sarah Kenny, University of Birmingham, Sheffield, Contemporary British History, January 2019 'Distinctive and interesting.' Matt Grimes, Birmingham City University, Riffs 'The definitive survey of a living underground, still transformative, and forever restless.' Thurston Moore, Sonic Youth 'The Subcultures Network team have curated a lively, thoughtful and thorough collection which explores punk fanzines and their legacy from lots of different angles - full of genuine wonder and enthusiasm for these provocative, often preposterous artefacts.' Lucy Whitman aka Lucy Toothpaste 'Punk rock was a cut and paste culture - a cultural bricolage of pop culture styles reshaped for the then modern age - nowhere was this better underlined than with the explosion of fanzine culture. This book captures that sprit perfectly when a generation empowered by the words are our weapons rallying call of DIY punk rock created their own media.' John Robb -- .

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