- Bingham Center Zine Collection Mini Zine: Try Zines--You Might Like Them, a one-page folding-zine. Zines S255b 2010?
In which we discover that the Bingham Center at Duke University, Brooklyn College and Barnard all have a BC Zine Collection.
- Bitchcraft #s 1-2, DIY zine by Nicole Harring. Zines H37756b
- Black Lesbians in the 70's and Before : an at Home Tour of the Lesbian Herstory Archives, a fanzine by Shawnta Smith, Zines S4584b 2010
- Cocoa & Shea #1, a literary zine edited by Kyla Somerville, Zines S664c
Adds a new-to-us subject heading: Hairdressing of African Americans.
- Dirty Diamonds #1: alcohol, a minicomic compiled by Dre Grigoropol. Zines G754d no.1 2011
- Femme a Barbe #1-3, a compilation zine edited by Jenna Brager, Zines B734f
- Five Second Rule, minicomic by Carmichael Monaco. Zines M663f 2008
It's nice to know that I'm not the only one who sometimes considers marrying a cat.
- Functionally Ill #11, a personal zine by Laura-Marie, Zines L63f 2011
- Gay Kid #s 1-3, minicomics by Katie Omberg, Zines O43g
- Gender Oppression, Abuse, Violence : Community Accountability within the People of Color Progressive Movement (pdf), a political zine by INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence, Zines I53g 2005
- Gendered Space #1, a political zine by Elyse-Blair McCreadie, Zines M3743g
We have copies 61 and 62 of 200. I ♥ numbered copies.
- Give Me Hope or Give Me Death, Zines C58g 2011?
- Glitter on the Mattress by Vivian Lashes, Zines M4557g 2012?
Our first Burlesque (Theater) subject heading assignment. And Cosmetics.
- Hairstory, a personal zine by Jordan Alam, Zines A436h 2012
- How Fucking Romantic #2, a personal zine by Shira Mario, Zines M3756h
- Just Another False Alarm, minicomic by Carmichael Monaco, Zines M663f 2009?
- Kickass Heroines of Young Adult Literature, art zine by Rie Selavy, Zines S453k 2012?
- Kim Gee Comics #6, minicomic by Kim Gee, Zines G4455k
- Laid #3, a minicomic by Ruby Lou Brown, Zines B7696d
An image from the zine that made me laugh.
- Let's Talk : Feminist Communication for Radicalizing Sex, Consent, & Interpersonal Dynamics, a DIY zine from Fuckin' (A) and Support NY, Zines F835t 2012
- Life, Death, Love & "All of the Above," a personal zine by Meredith Wallace, Zines W355334d 2011
A girl in her early 20s copes with her eleven-years-older boyfriend's leukemia.
- Marked for Life #7 : Coast to Coast, a personal zine by Sage, Zines S235m no. 7 2011
- Mildy Irritateing, a minicomic by Katie Omberg, Zines O43m 2009
- Nicey Hatey #1 by Dari, Zines D375n 2011?
There's not a lot of nicey here, but the hatey rants are fun to read.
- Pancakes and Poison: Agent Orange: a Personal Story, a personal zine by Ruth, Zines R884p 2011?
- Radclyffe Hall's 1934 Letter About The Well of Loneliness, a literary zine with an introduction by Polly Thistlethwaite, Zines H35573r 1994
Not really a zine, but so rad[clyffe] that we had to include it.
- Sassyfrass Circus #5, a personal zine by Jenna Brager, Zines 734s
"Punk rock overachievers unite and destroy!"
- She Magazine, a 24 Hour Comic by Dre Grigoropol, Zines G754s 2011
- She's So Very #12 (2008), a personal zine by Melissa Ann, Zines C6656s
Include an interview with Le Tigre, in which Kathleen Hanna shares a definition of feminism:as does Johanna Fateman:
"...I think of feminism as a radical movement that's bent on changing the nature of the whole world, like destroying capitalism, and hierarchies of all kinds like racism, homophobia, classism, like imperialism, like all 'isms,' and it's gotta be somethng that is on a philosophical and on an action level at the same time and those two things really have to meet up in a real way..." p. 12
"...I guess for me personally becoming a feminist and being a feminist is kind of about unlearning certain things that I've been socialized [to think]. And sorta living life as an adventure and just like breaking the rules for who I think I'm supposed to be and learning new stuff and just experimenting both like in my personal life and as an artist and just having experimentation be kind of the guiding principle of everything." p. 13
- Suburban Blight #10, a political zine by Stephanie Basile, Zines B375s
This is the first zine I've had the pleasure to assign the subject heading Occupy movement--New York (State)--New York. Thanks for that, Steph!
- Suggestion Box #4, minicomic by Katie Omberg and Matthew D. Smith, Zines O43s
In which a museum security guard observes, "I was never trained in what to do if someone wasn't wearing shoes. But I figured that an art museum is a lot classier than a 7-Eleven, and if you need to wear shoes there, you must need to wear them here..."
- Supporting a Survivor of Sexual Assault (pdf), a DIY zine by UBUNTU and Men Against Rape Culture (MARC), Zines U28s 2007?
- Telegram #s 24-25, personal zine by Maranda Elizabeth, Zines E459t
"I'm not a girl. Maybe my dress and my vulva are confusing you? Ask yourself why that confuses you. Ask yourself why using a different pronoun, why using more inclusive language, scares you. Ask yourself how your confusion and your assumptions and your fears might be harming those around you. I promise it's okay to ask and to not have the answers, but please, please try." p. 4
- Zation Nation #2, by Molly Lieberman, Kate Sopko and Lina McGinn, Zines U536z
"Slums may well be breeding grounds of crime, but middle class suburbs are incubators of apathy and delirium."
btw, here I am participating in a reading from a forthcoming book Make Your Own History: Documenting Feminism and Queer Activism in the 21st Century, with series editor Emily Drabinski and book co-editor Kelly Wooten (she's the one actually reading in this picture).
Also, if zinesters are unhappy with an image or a quote I included here, I'll take it down. Just holler at me.