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'''Roadkill''' is a [[zine]] focused on the Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A. underground music scene.
 
'''Roadkill''' is a [[zine]] focused on the Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A. underground music scene.
  
Started in September 2008 by Nora Goddard, the zine contains information on upcoming music and art shows, reviews of recent shows, and "radical journalism."  Frequent features include [[DIY]] gardening and bicycle maintenance tips, nostalgic pictures of "punks before they were punk," comics, and band interviews.  Each issue also contains a punk rock crossword puzzle.
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Started in September 2008 by Nora Goddard, the zine contains information on upcoming music and art shows, reviews of recent shows, and "radical journalism."  Frequent features include [[DIY]] gardening and bicycle maintenance tips, childhood pictures of "punks before they were punk," comics, and band interviews.  Each issue also contains a [[Punk|punk rock]] crossword puzzle.
  
 
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* [http://noragoddard.etsy.com Ordering information]
 
* [http://noragoddard.etsy.com Ordering information]
  
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Latest revision as of 11:46, 27 December 2010

Roadkill is a zine focused on the Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A. underground music scene.

Started in September 2008 by Nora Goddard, the zine contains information on upcoming music and art shows, reviews of recent shows, and "radical journalism." Frequent features include DIY gardening and bicycle maintenance tips, childhood pictures of "punks before they were punk," comics, and band interviews. Each issue also contains a punk rock crossword puzzle.

External links