After a short hiatus, Liz Phair is back with a new record deal with indie ATO, an in-progress new album and a re-release of her 1993 Matador debut, "Exile in Guyville," set for June 24. She spoke to B

After a short hiatus, Liz Phair is back with a new record deal with indie ATO, an in-progress new album and a re-release of her 1993 Matador debut, "Exile in Guyville," set for June 24. She spoke to Billboard about what's new and exciting in her world.