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Alva started Toilet Paper when she was 16. Alva call her [[zine]] ''egozine'' and you can find photographs of her on almost every cover.  
 
Alva started Toilet Paper when she was 16. Alva call her [[zine]] ''egozine'' and you can find photographs of her on almost every cover.  
  
Alva writes pretty much exclusively about her live includes rants on feminist topics and other forms of socio-criticism, also fiction and lyrics, it change a lot from diary-like style to more academic approaches. The other main topic in Toilet Paper is (semi-) female bands includes interviews and reviews.  
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Alva writes pretty much exclusively about her life, and includes rants on feminist topics and other forms of socio-criticism, as well as fiction and lyrics, and can vary from diary-like style to more academic approaches. The other main topic in Toilet Paper is (semi-) female bands, including interviews and reviews.  
  
Toilet Paper is written and layouted with a computer in English language.
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Toilet Paper is written and created on a computer in English language.
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== Contact ==
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Email: alvad[at]web.de
  
 
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Germany]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Riot Grrrl]] [[Category:Feminism]] [[Category:Punk]] [[Category:Perzine]]
 
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Germany]] [[Category:2000's publications]] [[Category:Riot Grrrl]] [[Category:Feminism]] [[Category:Punk]] [[Category:Perzine]]

Latest revision as of 14:30, 10 May 2009

Third issue

Toilet Paper is a punk and perzine created by Alva Dittrich in June 2002.

Alva started Toilet Paper when she was 16. Alva call her zine egozine and you can find photographs of her on almost every cover.

Alva writes pretty much exclusively about her life, and includes rants on feminist topics and other forms of socio-criticism, as well as fiction and lyrics, and can vary from diary-like style to more academic approaches. The other main topic in Toilet Paper is (semi-) female bands, including interviews and reviews.

Toilet Paper is written and created on a computer in English language.

Contact

Email: alvad[at]web.de