Frequencies

Frequencies Books too loud to ignore

Welcome to Two Dollar Radio's Frequencies, collections of artful nonfiction essays.
These pretty little volumes are graced with original artwork by John Gagliano.


Radio Waves daily blog by Two Dollar Radio indie book publisher

Latest posts

  • Pitchfork Re-Cap: Rise of the Temporary Tattoo Artist

    Last weekend, I had the pleasure of going to Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. We were joined by some other amazing indie presses (Hobart, Curbside Splendor, Featherproof, Sarabande to name a few) at the coolest tent in the park—Book Fort. We... Read more →

  • Design of the Week: Michigan vs. Ohio, The Rivalry Continues

    The craft beer movement has hit almost every town across America by now (unless you live in Texarkana). Maybe even more important than taste, craft beer relies on branding. We here at Two Dollar Radio draw a lot of inspiration... Read more →

  • All-Female Bike Groups

    I got excited skimming through 'The Freaked Out' issue of Huck Magazine at all the great features, I wasn't sure where to start. There's articles on skateboarding in remote western China, punk pacifists in Myanmar, and the future of Rwanda.... Read more →