Lisa Carver

Interviews

It Sucks When Your Mum Drags Your Arse to Australia and New Zealand to Perform in Her Gore Opera

Lisa Carver and her daughter Sadie are the real life Edie and Saffron Monsoon from 'Absolutely Fabulous.'
Noisey Staff
6.20.16
Travel

Sux by Suxwest: Suck Me Heavy, Heavy Metal

Everyone complains about SXSW, how bloated it is. You don't have to go. You can do anything. You don't have to go do some stupid, expensive thing. The organizer of Sux by Suxwest for three years now, Johnathan Cash, all he did was say yes. No matter...
Lisa Carver
3.21.13
Stuff

He’s Not Dead Yet? Life with Gene Gregorits

Gene Gregorits is the greatest, truest writer you never heard of, unless you read the news right after he cut off his earlobe and ate it. Twice. How that hurricane of a man ever managed to sit still long enough to complete eight books, including the...
Lisa Carver
1.27.13
Stuff

What Kids Say Should Happen to Murderers

Adults have been running things for forever, and look at what a good job we've done with ending war, domestic violence, and world humorlessness. Why not give kids a have at it?
Lisa Carver
2.14.12
The Embargo Issue

Honk Honk Honk

My first car was a 1996 Geo Metro LSi. Then came the 2000 Ford Focus SE. I picked them because Consumer Reports told me to.
Lisa Carver
6.2.10
The Stardust & Moonbeams Issue

Man Fight

Backstage, a grizzled older man is standing on a foldout table saying, "Listen up, here are the rules!" The young, sweatsuited fighters look up politely from their massages and hand-taping.
Lisa Carver, Photos: Keith Newell
4.3.10
The Whyte Tyger Issue

Weather and Sleep

Those of you old enough to remember the 80s know that it was the decade in which everyone suddenly realized they were bisexual. In the 90s, we diagnosed ourselves as bipolar and prescribed ourselves cocaine.
Illustrations by Jim Krewson
2.1.10
The Fiction Issue 2008

First They Came for the Ceos

Lisa Carver is the creator of Rollerderby, which, according to a poll we just conducted of the Vice editorial staff, remains to this day the single greatest zine ever made.
Lisa Carver
12.2.08