How Influential Was Liz Phair?

No, really, I’m curious. To me, it seems like Liz Phair’s Exile in Guyville, Kathleen Hanna and the Bikini Kill fanzines, Lisa Carver’s zine Rollerderby, and a whole ton of other ’90s stuff (Pump Up the Volume?) had a really profound effect on the culture — on relationships between men and women, on music, on literature — but maybe I’m crazy and you and I are the only people with these things on our bookshelves?

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  1. B.K. Seeage

    I found liz Phair when I was 12, and her music for sure affected me! What struck me at that age was her sense of assurance, and I really took it to heart. I look forward to reading your evaluation.

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