Razorcake is a Los Angeles-based punk rock fanzine established in 2001 and published by Sean Carswell and Todd Taylor. The collection
includes zine issues, microcassettes of interviews, and punk memorabilia and ephemera.
Gorsky Press is an independent book publisher based out of Los Angeles, California, founded in 1999.
Razorcake is the magazine arm of Razorcake/Gorsky Press, Inc., launched in 2001 by former staff and writers for the defunct zine
Flipside. It features interviews, columns, and reviews, mainly focused on DIY (do-it-yourself) punk rock music.
Razorcake is the first and only official non-profit punk rock fanzine in America. It is published by Sean Carswell and Todd Taylor.
6.6 linear ft.
(5 boxes, 3 shoeboxes, 3 record cartons, 1 oversize flat box)
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