Presenting: A Place for Broken Parts

Kovak knows he is more than just another cog in the machine of The Foundry, but Mother tries to make sure that he stays in his place. This piece makes us think about how our work life fits in to our real life, and what we would do to find meaning. Author Matt Bliss calls A Place for Broken Parts IndustrialPunk, and we agree. Come enjoy what we believe is the start of a new -punk genre that is a fusion of dieselpunk, atompunk, and apunkalpyse.


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