Channel Seven

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'''Channel Seven''' was a [[zine]] published in the early-mid 1990s in Olympia, WA by [[Corin Tucker]] of the bands Heavens to Betsy and Sleater-Kinney (which had just formed at the time of the zine's printing). While Channel Seven was not a [[split zine]], about half of the articles can be attributed to Tucker, the rest are written by [[Erika Reinstein]]. Tucker wrote "Rethinking Riot Grrrl" and articles about internalized racism. Erika also wrote about [[Riot Grrrl]] and had an interview with her frequent collaborator, [[May Summer]].
'''Channel Seven''' was a [[zine]] published in the early-mid 1990s in Olympia, WA by [[Corin Tucker]] of the bands Heavens to Betsy and Sleater-Kinney (which had just formed at the time of the zine's printing). While Channel Seven was not a [[split zine]], about half of the articles can be attributed to Tucker, the rest are written by [[Erika Reinstein]]. Tucker wrote "Rethinking Riot Grrrl" and articles about internalized racism. Erika also wrote about [[Riot Grrrl]] and had an interview with her frequent collaborator, [[May Summer]].
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Channel Seven
Channel Seven

Channel Seven was a zine published in the early-mid 1990s in Olympia, WA by Corin Tucker of the bands Heavens to Betsy and Sleater-Kinney (which had just formed at the time of the zine's printing). While Channel Seven was not a split zine, about half of the articles can be attributed to Tucker, the rest are written by Erika Reinstein. Tucker wrote "Rethinking Riot Grrrl" and articles about internalized racism. Erika also wrote about Riot Grrrl and had an interview with her frequent collaborator, May Summer.

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