Documenting and celebrating 25 years (and more!) of the 309 Punkhouse in Pensacola, Florida in 152 pages, this softcover book was (thankfully) edited and coordniated by former Punkhouse residents Aaron Cometbus and Scott Satterwhite and (fittingly) published by The University Press of Florida. Here, in a series of thirteen interviews with former residents – including Aaron and Scott – readers are treated to a multipoint-persepctive on the lives that intersected with the Punkhouse. These interviews seek to examine and analyze not only how the tenants created and formed the (ever-evolving) 309 Punkhouse, but also how the Punkhouse then in turn nurtured their own personal growth and enabled their own subsequent personal evolutions in an ongoing, spatially and temporally unique dynamic; a nexus of people, place and time that we now know as Punkouse 309. ALso includes a twelve page spread of black and white photographs!