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Bitch : the women's rock newsletter with bite
Bib ID 2955171
Format JournalJournal
Description [Campbell, Calif.] : [Lori Twersky ; Susan McCarthy], 1985- 
v. ; 27 cm. 
Notes

[Bitch was established in 1985 by Lori Twersky and Susan McCarthy.]

First three issues were photocopied.

Life Dates #1 (Aug. 1985)- 
Frequency Irregular. 
Subjects Rock music -- Periodicals.  |  Women rock musicians -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors McCarthy, Susan  |  Twersky, Lori
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700 1 |aTwersky, Lori.
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