The Best of Punk Globe Magazine by Ginger Coyote
Ginger Coyote created Punk Globe Magazine in August 1977. She had seen a copy of the British fanzine Sniffing Glue and thought “Hey, I should do this!” San Francisco only had two music magazines and if you were not part of their clic, you got no exposure. Not only did she want to help underdog bands, she wanted to include people who attended the shows-sometimes they were the real entertainment. She also wanted to involve television and film. So in a way, Punk Globe Magazine was the original People Magazine. After the first couple of years the zine went from Xerox, to newsprint, to heavy stock, and eventually migrated to the Internet. 38 years later the magazine is still going strong with readers all over the world. This book includes stand-out interviews, together with brilliant photographs. Spotlighting a selection from the 38 years Punk Globe has been around – The Best of Punk Globe.
Publisher: New Haven Publishing Ltd