Get ready for the grand opening of PEOPS, a gallery show featuring "a collection of portraits & stories of people by Fly. Each page contains a new face surrounded by words - for the most part the words are a story that the person tells about themselves or about something they experienced or about something they heard..." at the Lower East Side Girl's Club on Thursday November 10th, 6-8pm. Check out the PEOPS website for more information about the show!
There will be some fabulous readers and amazing art happening that night, so go to their Facebook event and press that Attending button right away!
Postmark your applications for ARTISTS' BOOK RESIDENCIES by November 15th! There are two different opportunities to edition your own book work at Women's Studio Workshop, click more for info.
The Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture, part of the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University, announces the availability of Mary Lily Research Grants for research travel to their collections.
There's going to be a panel with the authors of the graphic novel Marzi: A Memoir this Friday, October 28, in Butler Library, rm. 523 at 4:30. The novel takes a unique look at growning up under communist rule.
Looking for a first hand account of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Check out this new zine I Went to Palestine by Rachel Rabble.
New to us issue of Black & Blue by Linda Morris (Zines M66b no. 2) features Barbie on Barbie action, a rundown of LA Ladyfest 2002, and a profile of the author's cat Spider and her shoe fetish. ♥♥♥
You know that feeling you get on your birthday when you're seven years old and there's a giant wrapped gift box waiting for you when you wake up? That sweet mixture of excitement, nervousness, and curiosity about what amazing things you're going to find inside? That's how I felt when I opened this donation from A.j. Michel (whose website you can access by clicking her name!). There are 77 new zines waiting to enter our lovely collection… one might say we have "zines for days" here at the Barnard Library. Here are the highlights: