Kiddiepunk

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Kiddiepunk
Publisher, Record Label
Industry Publishing, Music, Film
Founded 2002
Headquarters Paris, France
Products Books, Zines, Records
Website [1]

Kiddiepunk is a Paris-based, independent publisher and record label founded in 2002 by artist and filmmaker Michael Salerno.[1] They specialize in releasing limited edition records, zines and artist publications, as well as financing film and video projects.

Overview[edit]

Originally based in Melbourne, Australia, the first Kiddiepunk release was the zine "Kiddiepunk #1" in 2002. More releases followed between 2003 and 2008, at which time the press expanded to include a small record label and film-production company.[2] Since 2009, Kiddiepunk has been based in Paris and has released notable publications by Dennis Cooper,[3] Michael Salerno, Peter Sotos, Scott Treleaven,[4] Mark Gluth, Ken Baumann[5] and Terence Hannum.[6]

Publications[edit]

Publications have included:

  • Sebastian #1 by Aspen Michael Taylor (2002)
  • Sebastian #2 by Aspen Michael Taylor (2002)
  • The Things That We Lost by Aspen Michael Taylor (2008)
  • Theme of Sadness by O.B. De Alessi (2011)
  • GRAVES by Thomas Moore (2011)
  • French Hole, being fifteen outtakes from 'The Marbled Swarm' by Dennis Cooper (2011)
  • The Two Eyes Are Not Brothers by Scott Treleaven (2011)
  • "The Sky Went Red While He Was Inside" by Ken Baumann (2012)
  • Teenage Satanists in Oklahoma by Michael Salerno (2012)
  • I Murder So That I May Come Back by O.B. De Alessi (2012)
  • A.Y.P.S. by Terence Hannum (2013)
  • The Night is an Empire by Thomas Moore (2013)[7]
  • Home by Michael Salerno and Peter Sotos (2013)
  • Teenage Satanists in Oklahoma 2 by Michael Salerno (2014)[8]
  • Skeleton Costumes by Thomas Moore (2014)
  • Zac's Haunted House by Dennis Cooper (2015)
  • The Goners by Mark Gluth (2015)[9]
  • Teenage Satanists in Oklahoma 3 by Michael Salerno (2015)[10]

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