Allison Wolfe oral history interview, June 15, 2017
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Wolfe, Allison; Davis, John, 1976-
An oral history interview with Allison Wolfe, musician, writer, and zine editor. The interview was conducted by John Davis of the University of Maryland on June 15, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. It focuses on Wolfe's experiences co-publishing the zines "Riot Grrrl," "Girl Germs," and "Propaganda Enters the Home" in the 1990s and 2000s. The interview is part of a zine creators oral history series from the D.C. punk and indie fanzine collection at the University of Maryland's Special Collections in Performing Arts.
Bratmobile (Musical group); Neuman, Molly; Vail, Tobi, 1969-; Hanna, Kathleen, 1968-; Dresch, Donna; Cotterman, Michael; Tucker, Corin
University of Maryland at College Park. Libraries
Music; Performing arts
Oral histories.; Punk culture--Washington (D.C.); Punk rock music--Washington (D.C.); Punk rock musicians--Washington (D.C.); Riot grrrl movement--Periodicals.
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A finding aid for the D.C. punk and indie fanzine collection is available in our archival collections: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/26175. D.C. punk and indie fanzine collection; series 6: Oral history interviews Accession number: 2017-0109-DCPIFC
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