David Ensminger

David Ensminger is a trained folklorist, punk historian, English Instructor, musician, and writer. His work has appeared in Thirsty Ear, Magyar Taraj, Artcore, Trust, Maximum Rock'n'Roll, M/C Journal, Journal of Popular Music Studies, and Houston Press, among others. Visual Vitriol, his book covering punk street art and subcultures, is forthcoming from the Univ. Of Miss in Spring 2011.

The Dark Pop-Punk of the Shadow Delivers

Jealous Creatures Recall the Brooding 1990s with Aplomb!

Machine Guns and Metaphors: Outlaw Poet Todd Moore Remembered

Subversive Sexology: A Conversation with Annie Sprinkle

Simon Reynolds Redux: A Conversation from the Past About Post-Punk

Washington D.C. Punk Rock: That Was Then, This is Now!

Keeping Faith in Fury: The Remastered Tracks of HarDCore Legends the Faith

Mohawks and Korans: Taqwacores Punk Mash-up

Epistolary Rex, The Sharp Hunger for Letters: Conversations with Peter Case

Folk Rebel Blues: ‘Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune’

The Luxuriant Discord of Leatherface

Roiling R&B and Rebellious Rock ’n’ Roll in ‘Keep on Pushing’