Lisa Carver

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'''Lisa Carver''' (AKA Lisa Suckdog) was the publisher of [[Rollerderby]]. She has also written a few books, including ''Rollerderby: The Book,'' ''Dancing Queen: a Lusty Look at the American Dream'' and most recently ''Drugs Are Nice.'' Carver's band Suckdog toured the States featuring in your face nudity and performance art. In the late 1990s she began a relationship with the contraversial Boyd Rice, the two had a son named Wolfgang together before parting ways. Most recent Carver did a book reading tour in 2005 in support of ''Drugs Are Nice'' which included reading at many zine stores and alternative bookstores.
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'''Lisa Crystal Carver''' (also known as Lisa Suckdog) was born in New Hampshire, performed with the exhibitionistic performance art troupe Suckdog, and published the zine [[Rollerderby]], which focused on interviews with her heroes and friends. She also produced the [[one-shot]] [[Generation L]], which documented her consciously retro philosophy of life. After ''Rollerderby'' became a crossover success, Carver was profiled in ''Utne Reader'' and later persued a professional writing career.
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''Rollerderby: The Book'' compiles articles from the zine. ''Dancing Queen: a Lusty Look at the American Dream'' is a collection of autobiographical essays; the recent ''Drugs Are Nice'' documents the fallout from Carver's hedonistic lifestyle. She has been married to the noise musicians [[Costes]] and [[Boyd Rice]], with whom she had a son. ''Drugs Are Nice'' alleges that Rice was an abusive alcoholic.
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Carver has contributed to ''Nerve'' and numerous other mainstream publications. Recently, she toured alternative bookstores in support of ''Drugs Are Nice''.
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Revision as of 22:20, 18 July 2006

Lisa Crystal Carver (also known as Lisa Suckdog) was born in New Hampshire, performed with the exhibitionistic performance art troupe Suckdog, and published the zine Rollerderby, which focused on interviews with her heroes and friends. She also produced the one-shot Generation L, which documented her consciously retro philosophy of life. After Rollerderby became a crossover success, Carver was profiled in Utne Reader and later persued a professional writing career.

Rollerderby: The Book compiles articles from the zine. Dancing Queen: a Lusty Look at the American Dream is a collection of autobiographical essays; the recent Drugs Are Nice documents the fallout from Carver's hedonistic lifestyle. She has been married to the noise musicians Costes and Boyd Rice, with whom she had a son. Drugs Are Nice alleges that Rice was an abusive alcoholic.

Carver has contributed to Nerve and numerous other mainstream publications. Recently, she toured alternative bookstores in support of Drugs Are Nice.

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