Girl Gangs, Biker Boys, and Real Cool Cats: Pulp Fiction and Youth Culture, 1950 to 1980 by Iain McIntyre and Andrew Nette (PM Press) $29.95 - From the juvenile delinquent gangs of the early 1950s through the beats and hippies, on to bikers, skinheads, and punks, pulp fiction left no trend …
Published by Drawn and Quarterly
Huizenga has discovered a new portal into bleakness in The Wild Kingdom, an unforgiving nosedive into the cesspool of the American Shitscape as crafted by aggressive and unrelenting capitalism. His snarkiest book ever, by a long shot, it rapidly builds from suburbanized Glenn Ganges "moments" to a veritable poonami of the modern media monstrososphere. And now we're selling it on the internet, entering into a complicated cycle of engaging in exactly what this book rails against. Dang, somebody get Philip K. Dick on the phone. -EF
108p, color throughout, 6"x8"