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    DRUGS ARE NICE
    Is the instructional title of Lisa Crystal Carver's forthcoming 'post-punk' memoir that Snow Books were kind enough to deposit through my letterbox this week. The title comes from Carver's album with the band Suckdog, though this is a minor detail on her colourful CV. Her Nerve columns give an idea of what to expect, as does this Salon piece. Her site is here. Rooted in the post-punk milieu of nowhere towns and borrowed nihilism, zine queen through to performance artist and occasional whore, Drugs Are Nice examines then destructs the mere notion of rules.

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