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Babbling Corpse

Published by Zero Books

Oct 10, 2016 Books Web Exclusive

Babbling Corpse takes a look at vaporwave, a relatively recent artistic movement that purposefully remixes elements of pop culture until they are ghostly echoes of their initial creations. More

Oct 07, 2016 Books Web Exclusive

Michael Bloomfield: The Rise and Fall of an American Guitar Hero was published briefly in 1983 before going out of print. Now it's back, in a revised and expanded edition. More

Sep 30, 2016 Books Web Exclusive

Roald Dahl would have turned 100 years old on September 13. Love From Boy is a collection of Dahl's letters to his mother, edited by Dahl's biographer Donald Sturrock. More

Sep 22, 2016 Books Web Exclusive

The Boys of Dunbar is not only a book about the best high school basketball team in the nation, which spawned several NBA greats, it's a story about courage, leadership, hard work, and overcoming obstacles. More

Sep 14, 2016 Books Web Exclusive

Joel Selvin's Altamont is the definitive account of the free festival at California's Altamont Speedway in 1969, from its conception to the courtroom drama that found a Hells Angel on trial for murder. More

Sep 06, 2016 Books Web Exclusive

Sick on You tells the story of London's The Hollywood Brats, a New York Dolls-esque punk outfit that lasted from 1971-1975 mostly in obscurity before fading away just before their big break.


Sep 01, 2016 Books Web Exclusive

With The Yucks!, Jason Vuic chronicles the worst team in the history of the NFL, the 1976-77 Tampa Bay Bucanneers.


Aug 05, 2016 Books Web Exclusive

Dane Huckelbridge previously has penned a history of bourbon, and for his latest work he takes on the American staple, beer. More

Jul 27, 2016 Books Web Exclusive

With Becoming Wise, Krista Tippett discusses big questions about life and living with the best and brightest from across different fields of study. More