DiWulf Publishing House to Release Book on Seminal Punk Zine ‘Hard Times’

02/05/2018

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Dillon Price

Dillon Price

Dillon Price is the founder and sole author of Sound Renaissance. With a background in English and mass communications and a passion for independent music, Price launched SR in 2016.

DiWulf Publishing House has announced yet another book to come out in the near future. The latest book added to the roster will feature an anthology of Hard Times (not to be confused with the modern-day satire site), a retro punk zine curated by Amy Yates Wuelfing and Ron Gregorio.

The zine was put out in the early 80s and has featured legendary punk bands such as Samhain, Hüsker DüUK Subs, Black Flag, Minutemen, Circle Jerks, Dead Kennedys and many more. The book will be ready for release in 2019. It will feature every issue ever printed, as well as never-seen-before photos.

DiWulf also has three new titles coming up this year. They include:

  • Somewhere Below 14th & East: The Lost Photography of Karen O’Sullivan
  • An oral history of American Ska from 1979-1986
  • Hold My Coat? Not in Philly: The True Story of a Female Punk Pioneer

You can stay updated by visiting DiWulf’s website.

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DiWulf Publishing House to Release Book on Seminal Punk Zine ‘Hard Times’

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02/05/2018

by Dillon Price

DiWulf Publishing House has announced yet another book to come out in the near future. The latest book added to the roster will feature an anthology of Hard Times (not to be confused with the modern-day satire site), a retro punk zine curated by Amy Yates Wuelfing and Ron Gregorio.

The zine was put out in the early 80s and has featured legendary punk bands such as Samhain, Hüsker DüUK Subs, Black Flag, Minutemen, Circle Jerks, Dead Kennedys and many more. The book will be ready for release in 2019. It will feature every issue ever printed, as well as never-seen-before photos.

DiWulf also has three new titles coming up this year. They include:

  • Somewhere Below 14th & East: The Lost Photography of Karen O’Sullivan
  • An oral history of American Ska from 1979-1986
  • Hold My Coat? Not in Philly: The True Story of a Female Punk Pioneer

You can stay updated by visiting DiWulf’s website.