"Positive Force examines the staunchly do-it-yourself ethos of the group, as well as its role as a catalyst of Washington DC’s influential hardcore punk climate of the 1980s-90s – a fiery scene of breakneck guitars and political proselytizing that left imprints on rockers in the mainstream."
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"Fernandes engages us in her narratives unapologetically and sometimes without permission, but we walk away unable to keep from mulling over her words… It is impossible for us, as readers, to dismiss the power behind Megan Fernandes’ stories."
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"Mexican author Camín makes his English-language debut with this gritty and convincing...tale of murder and corruption, first published in 1985. Camín’s style recalls Robert Stone...he obviously possesses an intimate knowledge of the Mexican sociopolitical landscape..."
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