Ripped, Torn and Cut: Pop, Politics and Punk Fanzines from 1976

Subcultures Network



Delve into the world of punk fanzines with “Ripped, Torn and Cut,” a compilation of insightful essays that unravel the motivations and political undercurrents driving the surge of fanzines post-British punk era in 1976. From the pioneering Sniffin’ Glue by Mark Perry to the proliferation of DIY magazines across the UK, this collection explores the grassroots origins and cultural impact of these homemade publications.


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Publication Date: 17/06/2019

Format: Paperback

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