Between 1979 and 1983 the zine Touch and Go published 22 issues, and though I've never seen a copy myself, Touch and Go's reputation certainly reached me. It was infamous for it snotty arrogance and acid opinions—in the wake of Search and Destroy and Slash, it was one of the first low-budget publications to chronicle and ridicule the burgeoning hardcore scene (Black Flag, Faith, Die Kreuzen, Minor Threat, Misfits, Iron Cross, Poison Idea, et cetera). The news isn't exactly fresh that Bazillion Points, a publishing company specializing in music-related books (including the recent Hellbent for Cooking), will release Touch and Go: The Complete Years this summer, edited by Vee and Stimson along with Steve Miller. But a Facebook page for the project has just appeared (the first entry was Saturday), which seems like a good way to follow the book's progress and whet your appetite with teasers. The contents of all 22 issues will be appended by reminiscences from Rusk as well as the likes of Ian MacKaye, Keith Morris, Henry Rollins, and Byron Coley.