Punk Fiction: An Anthology of Short Stories Inspired by Punk

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Janine Bullman
Pavilion Books, 2009 - Fiction - 267 pages
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The legacy of punk rock is not merely musical but in fact can be found in an astounding variety of cultural media, including literature. From a cast of authors at the forefront of contemporary popular culture who have been—and continue to be—influenced by punk music, each tale in this dazzling collection of short stories has been inspired by a punk song. With contributors ranging from Kele Okereke of Bloc Party to Billy Bragg and Lydia Lunch, this is a fantastic and fascinating look at the dramatic impact punk rock has made on today’s artists, musicians, and authors.

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About the author (2009)

Janine Bullman runs the newly established music PR agency Notorious PR, whose list of clients include Johnny Marr, Bloc Party, and the Rakes to name a few. She has garnered a decade’s worth of experience as a press agent via her work with everyone from Elvis Presley to The Libertines. Johnny Marr rose to fame as the guitarist for the Smiths, where he formed a prolific songwriting partnership with Morrissey. He is currently in the band the Cribs.

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