Dan Ozzi Pens New Book ‘Sellout’

Dan Ozzi wrote an new book called Sellout. It is going to be right in the wheelhouse of most readers of this website. You can pre-order it here, and read more about it here:

The period of punk I lived through, from the mid-90s through the 2000s, has gone largely undocumented in any substantial way, at least in book form. When is someone going to properly chronicle this period, I often wondered. So, finally, I did it myself.

I wrote a book called SELLOUT because that word pretty much defined the era of music I grew up in. This was when there was still money in the music industry—the kind of money people were literally swimming in. And after Nirvana’s Nevermind changed national music tastes overnight, major labels went looking for indie rock’s next big thing. They found it in 1994 with Green Day’s Dookie, which set A&R reps’ sights on punk. From there, interest shifted to whatever subgenre of punk became popular over that decade—emo, hardcore, even ska.

Allie Brosh Announces New Book


Allie Brosh, best know for the phenomenal Hyperbole and a Half, has announced her second book:

I told you this because I thought it might lend some credibility to the actual announcement, which is that I wrote a second book. For real this time. The book is finished. It has 518 pages. There is no going back at this point. There’s a super official book page and everything. 

As is tradition, a variety of ordering experiences are available.

This was an instant pre-order for me.

Lana Del Rey Announces Spoken-Word Album

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey will release Violent Bent Backwards Over The Grass, a book of poetry and a spoken-word album, on July 28th. Pre-orders are now up.

Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass is also brought to life in an unprecedented spoken word audiobook which features Lana Del Rey reading fourteen select poems from the book accompanied by music from Grammy Award–winning musician Jack Antonoff.

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