Jessica Hopper

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'''Jessica Hopper''' was the editor of [[Hit It or Quit It]], a [[Riot Grrrl]] zine. A native of Minneapolis, MN, Hopper grew up in the affluent Kenwood neighborhood. She currently lives in Chicago.  
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'''Jessica Hopper''' was the editor of [[Hit It or Quit It]], a [[Riot Grrrl]] zine, and is a former columnist for [[Punk Planet]]. A native of Minneapolis, MN, Hopper grew up in the affluent Kenwood neighborhood. She currently lives in Chicago.  
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Hopper became famous at the age of 16, after photos of her and her zine were featured in "Newsweek" and the "L.A. Weekly". This was followed by articles in "Seventeen", "City Pages", and "The Minneapolis Star-Tribune" (where her mother worked as an Assistant Managing Editor).  
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Hopper became famous at the age of 16, after appearing in "Newsweek" and the "L.A. Weekly". This was followed by articles in "Seventeen", "City Pages", and "The Minneapolis Star-Tribune" (where her mother worked as an Assistant Managing Editor).  
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'''Jessica Hopper''' was originally a member of '''Minneapolis Riot Grrrl'''. Hopper had a falling-out with other members of the organization as the result of statements that she had made to members of the mainstream press. Hopper was criticized for acting as a spokesperson for Riot Grrrl, which had declared a media blackout.  
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'''Jessica Hopper''' was a member of '''Minneapolis Riot Grrrl''', but she and the other members of the organization had a falling out as the result of statements that Hopper had made to members of the mainstream press. Hopper was criticized for acting as a spokesperson for Riot Grrrl, which had declared a media blackout.  
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As a high school student, Hopper interned at Amphetamine-Reptile Records, and wrote zine reviews for [[Cake]].  
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While in high school, Hopper interned at Amphetamine-Reptile Records, and wrote zine reviews for [[Cake]].  
Hopper has worked as a publicity agent for The Alkaline Trio, and other rising alternative acts. Her public relations company, '''Hopper PR''' (formerly Hyper PR), was founded in 1997.
Hopper has worked as a publicity agent for The Alkaline Trio, and other rising alternative acts. Her public relations company, '''Hopper PR''' (formerly Hyper PR), was founded in 1997.
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'''Jessica Hopper''' continued to publish [[Hit It Or Quit It]] on an irregular basis after moving to Chicago. She was a columnist for [[Punk Planet]]. Her writing has also appeared in [[Venus]], [[Bust]], Spin, the Village Voice, Pitchfork, and the Chicago Reader.  
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'''Jessica Hopper''' continued to publish [[Hit It Or Quit It]] on an irregular basis after moving to Chicago.  
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Her writing has also appeared in [[Venus]], [[Bust]], Spin, the Village Voice, Pitchfork, and the Chicago Reader.  

Revision as of 04:37, 1 August 2007

Jessica Hopper was the editor of Hit It or Quit It, a Riot Grrrl zine, and is a former columnist for Punk Planet. A native of Minneapolis, MN, Hopper grew up in the affluent Kenwood neighborhood. She currently lives in Chicago.

Hopper became famous at the age of 16, after appearing in "Newsweek" and the "L.A. Weekly". This was followed by articles in "Seventeen", "City Pages", and "The Minneapolis Star-Tribune" (where her mother worked as an Assistant Managing Editor).

Jessica Hopper was a member of Minneapolis Riot Grrrl, but she and the other members of the organization had a falling out as the result of statements that Hopper had made to members of the mainstream press. Hopper was criticized for acting as a spokesperson for Riot Grrrl, which had declared a media blackout.

While in high school, Hopper interned at Amphetamine-Reptile Records, and wrote zine reviews for Cake.

Hopper has worked as a publicity agent for The Alkaline Trio, and other rising alternative acts. Her public relations company, Hopper PR (formerly Hyper PR), was founded in 1997.

Jessica Hopper continued to publish Hit It Or Quit It on an irregular basis after moving to Chicago.

Her writing has also appeared in Venus, Bust, Spin, the Village Voice, Pitchfork, and the Chicago Reader.


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