This summer Sara Marcus, author of Girls to the Front: the True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution taught a class for Barnard's Pre-College Program called "Documenting the Present: Crafting Memory." Her students made zines and donated them to the Barnard Library Zine Collection. These are their zines:
There are several queer, feminist and menstruation themed zine events at Bluestockings over the next two or three weeks:
Tuesday, 8/16 Jessica Max Stein presents "The Rainbow Connection: A 60th Birthday Celebration of Gay Muppeteer Richard Hunt"
Thursday, 8/25 Chella Quint presents "Zine Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon"
Sunday, 8/28 "The Written Bird," readings organized by by For the Birds collective
Thursday, 9/1 Reading: "I Read it in a Fanzine"
172 Allen St.
New York, NY
Did you miss the Livestream of International Zine Library Day? Have no fear, we've got a recap for you!
The Pittsburgh Zine Fair wants YOU to table on Thursday, September 1, from 5pm-10pm at the A.I.R.
The Olneyville Library in Providence, Rhode Island, is trying to expand its local comics/art books/zine collection, so that the public can have access to these rare local gems.
We are in the process of compiling the 5th (FIFTH!) Issue of Not Your Mother's Meatloaf, Sex Education Comic Book Project. This Issue's theme is AGE.