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In the Scene: Chris L.Terry Writer of Black Card: A Novel

I had the opportunity to interview Chris L. Terry about his newest novel and I am excited to have him participate in #BLKGRLSWURLD first ever Punks of Color Panel Talk this Friday September 27th, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA at the Institute of Contemporary Art. Don’t miss out on the chance to meet Chris L. Terry in person! On Thursday September 26th, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM Chris will be having a book talk and book signing at Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee and Books in Philadelphia too!

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Architects (UK) Add New Date To NYC Shows

Livenation details here | March 31 and April 1 at Gramercy Theater, NYC It’s been tentative for about 2 years whether or not the British metalcore band Architects would be able to tour the United States in promotion of their latest album, All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us. The health of the band’s creator, Tom […]

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Blkgrlswurld Podcast #1 – Mosh Pits, Braids and Eurotrips

What’s it like being black girls who love heavy music? Join the sisters of Blkgrlswurld Zine as we review our year in the metal scene while working on our crochet hair braiding skills. A recap of our month traveling from the UK to France this summer is also shared in the second half. Music provided […]

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Blkgrlswurld Autumn Edition 4.3 Now Online

She’s finally arrived, the latest edition can be found at the link below. This season’s book features artwork by Trifecta Studios and a short story we crafted during November’s National Novel Writing Month. Later this week on Dec. 15th, we’ll be reading from the book & performing a bit of music in Brooklyn at Pioneer […]

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Making Simple Hardcover Books At Home

Making handmade books is a great way to present your work and we’ve found it a calming craft to keep our hands busy. There are many traditional bookmaking styles out there to ensure your book or journal remains archival and well bound – standing the test of time. This tutorial will be a faster version, […]

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Pushing Through The Pain for Trivium

When you’re as passionate about live music as I am, having an invisible illness can really put a damper on getting out to shows. That’s why it’s such a special moment when I find a band that’s worth the pain and hustle it can take to stand for hours in a hot and sweaty club […]

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Printie Printy ^^*

This summer we’ve set up a home studio to edition relief prints and screen prints at home. You can imagine the expense of renting studio time at a local NYC shop so it’s been fun trying to set up everything we need in our living room. Check out some of the surprises on Instagram 😂 […]

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advice to young punks

advice to young punks, by Pinkiest – you don’t need to have a jacket with patches – or army boots
- or dyed hair or piercings or tattoos – you definitely don’t need to be skinny, white, male, cis, or straight – all you need to do is like punk music
- don’t bother pretending to like […]

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Recap of the Primal Screams Punk Show in Times Square

Screaming Females, Priests, and Greg Fox’s Guardian Alien played energetic sets on March 15th, 2016  in AMC Empire in Times Square. Presented by Times Square Arts and Clocktower Productions and Clocktower Radio, this multimedia event was a fun celebration of the femme presence in DIY punk culture. Here are some photos of the zine fair and […]