Book Review: Carolina de Robertis’s Cantoras

The five women of Cantoras carve out a place for themselves in a sleepy seaside village; the safe haven they create sees them leave and return, with each other, with lovers new and old, and sometimes all alone.

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Book Review: Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution

Queercore takes us back to the early days of punk through a queer lens. How did queer folks find a sense of place in punk scenes? Beyond music, what other punk media brought us together? How did gender, sexuality, and other queer subjectivities form in and around punk? Through a collection of interviews, a rich oral history of queer punk from coast to coast takes shape, under-underground, as full of love as with aggression, and wholly handmade.

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