This Week in Posivibes: The Female Rock Memoir

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In a piece on the explosion of female-written music memoir, Guardian writer Jude Rogers explores what it means for there to be a redress of the idea of rock being historically told through the lens of the male figure. Beginning with Slits guitarist Viv Albertine’s book Clothes Clothes Clothes Music Music Music Boys Boys Boys, the article traces the female-written rock memoir up through to the recent books by Kim Gordon, Carrie Brownstein, and Grace Jones.


Liz Wood is a freelance editor, fiction writer, and current student in the NYU MFA program. More from this author →