Moira Clunie has generously improved our collection with new-to-us zines from New Zealand, Australia, and the UK.
There's a zine fest happening June 16th - September 13 at the Miami Dade Public Library and the opening from 7:00-8:30 on June 16th is promising special performances, a 14-foot inflatable moon, and lots and lots of zines!
Are you a fan of My So-Called Life? Take a look at the Rayanne Project! It contains essays and ongoing dialogue about female adolescence and identities with analysis and focus placed on the "bad girl" from the show.
Spring 2011 library school intern Lauren Orso's cat Frances Butterbean shares her human's affection for zines.
Marissa Falco, one of the biggest donors to our zine library, has been interviewed by Craft Land for her crafty creations!
Check out these zines! They provide a unique and interesting look at the prison system in America.
Using Media to Connect People Inside and Out,
One Woman's Struggle,
My Sister's Keeper : A Book for Women Returning Home from Prison or Jail,
Women in Prison: How We Are, and
Tenacious: Art and Writing from Women in Prison.
The Barnard Library Zine Collection will have a table.
May 28, 3-7pm. Rain date: June 4
The Cyberpunk Apocalypse Visiting Writer Program is a one-month residency at the Cyberpunk Apocalypse writers house in Pittsburgh. The writers will be given a small bedroom at no cost and access to the same communal kitchen, bathroom, living space, etc. that is used by the long-term residents (again at no cost). Visiting writers will, however, be expected to take responsibility for acquiring and preparing their own meals. Applicants should also realize that they will be living communally with the long-term residents of the house and in an urban environment (i.e. not a cabin retreat).