CJ Marsicano is a writer and musician from Northeastern Pennsylvania. He has written for several online webzines including Scoops Central, Project X, and PunkNews.org. His short story "The Man In The Hummer" appeared in the 2008 horror anthology "Deliver Us From Evil" (Jaded Silence Press). He plays guitar and sings in the alternative rock band Insomnia Station, and operates the recording studio, record label, and publishing company Generic Yellow Bird Music. He lives in Hazleton, Pennsylvania with his wife, Tara.
It is 1983 in Tokyo. Reina Kawamura is a 16-year-old teenager determined to start her own punk rock band after an audition for an established group goes sour. What starts as a semi-serious lark with her best friends becomes the start of an experience that ends up changing her life - on and off stage - for the better.