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We Are the Mutants

An online magazine focusing on Cold War-era sci-fi, fantasy, genre, pulp, cult, occult, and anti-establishment media.

  • Roughly six posts per year

Posts per year

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Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2021 3
2022 7
2023 8
2024 1

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Truckin’ for Souls: Explo ’72 and the Jesus Revolution
Michael Grasso / February 21, 2024 Near the end of Richard Nixon’s first term, the forces of conservatism and reaction were in the ascendancy in America. This public resurgence of “traditional values” was itself a …
On , by Michael Grasso, 1,870 words
“No Glue or Glass Bottles”: The Gateshead Music Collective
Reviews / November 27, 2023 From the Garage to the Station: Stories from the Gateshead Music Collective 1980-1988 By Sned Amorphous Press, 2020 One of the strangest things about having been involved in something, however …
On , by Richard McKenna, 831 words
Tubular Terrors: ‘The Norliss Tapes’
Reviews / October 31, 2023 The Norliss TapesDirected by Dan CurtisNBC (1973) On a pre-pandemic Halloween four years ago, my co-editors decided to bestow upon me the honor of reviewing famed made-for-TV movie The Night …
On , by Michael Grasso, 1,803 words