Blogs by jfreedma


I acquired some loverly new zines at the exhilarating Feminism and Zines event organized by librarian-artist-activist Jude Vachon at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

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I have finished cataloging the backlog of all zines purchased for or donated to the Barnard Library Zine Collection from the time we began collecting zines in 2003 (or 2004?) through when I stopped opening new donation packages late last summer!

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Handmade Crafternoon: Celebrate the Library with Zines!

Saturday, May 7, 2011, 2 - 4 p.m.

Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street
Margaret Liebman Berger Forum (Map and directions)
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin July 8-9, 2011

Calling all zine collectors, information activists, underground bibliographers and barefoot librarians! We’re seeking librarians of all stripes to lead a workshop or discussion at the 2nd bi-annual (un)conference of zine librarians!


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Wishing for My Star, #1.
Olympia, Washington, 1998.

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Mayfair at Ding Dong is Saturday, May 7, from 1 to 7pm, at the Ding Dong Lounge, 929 Columbus Avenue between 105 & 106 Streets—to bring the love uptown! More info to come as lineups and vendors are confirmed.

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Wallflower started out as a Geocities webzine, whatever "webzine" meant to the author, Kristina Aikens, in 1997. Check out the Wayback Machine's capture of Kristina's site. Ah, youth (the World Wide Web's, that is)!

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Since there are no comments allowed on this blog or anywhere on the Barnard website, I posted on LiveJournal so I could get your feedback on a proposed collection development policy change.

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