This chapter reevaluates the artistic praxis of musician Kurt Cobain through a consideration of the impact of of riot grrrl praxis on his output. Looking at the influence of William Burroughs and Kathy Acker through the cut-up technique, I trace the literary lineage of Cobain's work, evaluating the place of collage, aleatory writing, and deconstructionist theory in his oeuvre.
|Title of host publication||Lit-Rock|
|Subtitle of host publication||Literary Capital in Popular Music|
|ISBN (Electronic)||9781501354700, 9781501354717|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 31 Dec 2019|