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100 1  Hopper, Jessica,|eauthor. 
245 14 The first collection of criticism by a living female rock 
       critic /|cJessica Hopper ; foreword by Samantha Irby. 
250    Revised and Expanded Edition, First MCD x FSG Originals 
264  1 New York :|bMCD X FSG Originals / Farrar, Straus and 
264  4 |c©2021 
300    xvi, 426 pages ;|c20 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
505 00 |tForeword /|rby Samantha Irby --|tIntroduction: I have a 
       strange relationship with music --|tPart I: Chicago --
       |tPart II: Real/Fake --|tPart III: Death/Redemption --
       |tPart IV: Nostalgia --|tPart V: California --|tPart VI: 
       Strictly business --|tPart VII: Desire, power, pleasure --
       |tPart VIII: Personal/Political --|tPart IX: She said --
520    "Throughout her career, spanning more than two decades, 
       Jessica Hopper, a revered and pioneering music critic, has
       examined women recording and producing music, in all 
       genres, through an intersectional feminist lens. The First
       Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic 
       features oral histories of bands like Hole and Sleater 
       Kinney, interviews with the women editors of 1970s-era 
       Rolling Stone, and intimate conversations with iconic 
       musicians such as Björk, Robyn, and Lido Pimienta. Hopper 
       journeys through the truths of Riot Grrrl's empowering 
       insurgence; decamps to Gary, Indiana, on the eve of 
       Michael Jackson's death; explodes the grunge-era 
       mythologies of Nirvana and Courtney Love; and examines the
       rise of emo. The collection also includes profiles and 
       reviews of some of the most-loved, and most-loathed, women
       artists making music today: Fiona Apple, Kacey Musgraves, 
       M.I.A., Miley Cyrus, Lana Del Rey. In order for the music 
       industry to change, Hopper writes, we need "the continual 
       presence of radicalized women . . . being encouraged and 
       given reasons to stay, rather than diminished by the music
       which glues our communities together." The First 
       Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic-
       published to acclaim in 2015, and reissued now with new 
       material and an introduction by Samantha Irby-is a 
       rallying cry for women-centered history and storytelling, 
       and a groundbreaking, obsessive, razor-sharp panorama of 
       music writing crafted by one of the most influential 
       critics of her generation." 
650  0 Rock music|y2001-2010|xHistory and criticism. 
650  0 Rock music|y2011-2020|xHistory and criticism. 
655  7 Essays.|2lcgft 
700 1  Irby, Samantha,|ewriter of foreword. 
700 12 Hopper, Jessica.|tChance the Rapper is the next big thing 
       from Chicago. 
700 12 Hopper, Jessica.|tViva la filthy noise! 
700 12 Hopper, Jessica.|tSweet things. 
700 12 Hopper, Jessica.|tLil' Squirt. 
700 12 Hopper, Jessica.|tSan Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, 
700 12 Hopper, Jessica.|tPogoing across borders. 
700 12 Hopper, Jessica.|t"Stomach-churning" sexual assault 
       accusations against R. Kelly. 
700 12 Hopper, Jessica.|tWe can't stop. 
700 12 Hopper, Jessica.|tGaga takes a trip. 
700 12 Hopper, Jessica.|tDeconstructing Lana Del Rey. 
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