Jon Konrath is a good guy. I was one of four people that paid for AITP zine. Alas, he tells me he made such a loss printing it that it's more or less on the shelf for good. I think it was a great initiative and I am sad to see it apparently fail.
'Summer Rain,' by the same author, is relatively recommended. I really wanted to love this book but it's not great novel. It desperately needs editing and at times the writing style is a little unrefined (signs of a debut work I suspect). It does certainly mean well, however, and it's the only work I know that covers Death Metal, zine writing and early internet computing from the perspective of a college outcast. Perhaps many here might empathize with the narrator to an extent. In any case, it's an insight into the era of music and technology, I guess, which gave birth to ANUS. It's a brave, sometimes moving and magnificently honest book.
LULU is extremely expensive. I think including shipping I paid around $35 for Summer Rain when I ordered it last year and maybe $25 for Air In The Paragraph Line.