New-to-Us Zines:September 8, 2017

Acquired from the Creator

Chingozine #6: Summer Jams edited by Claudia Zapata, 2016

Guide to Being Broke and Fabulous: Library Edition by Julie Arredondo, 2015

Sylvia Rivera Law Project edited by Emma for SRLP Movement Building Project, 2016
 

Acquired from the Creator, most at the Zine Pavilion at the ALA Annual Conference in 2016

Bike Commute Zine by Juli Jump Rope, 2016

Critical / Feminist Pedagogies for Libraries by Kelly Wooten, 2016

The Keeli Aynthology: American Literature: Short First Edition by Keeli Ayn, 2015

The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie, adapted by Juli Jump Rope, 2016

Total Trash #6, 6.5, 7 by Jen Sandwich, 2015-2016

Unlike You, I Was Not Given a Fucking Map at Birth: True Stories from First-Generation Library Professionals edited by Kelly, 2016

"My district didn't have anything for kids who were good in school, but plenty of places for kids who were bad."  - editor

and

"I am late to the library. I am overdue, but I am here." - Corinne Gilroy

and

"...I was introduced a world I loved, where the skills that make me kind of a jerk in real life--attention to detail, love of order--made me great at the job. I sometimes wonder if I'd be so attracted to structure if I'd had a more settled childhood." - Violet Fox

and

"Growing up, I never saw a black librarian. Which is interesting when you consider I grew up in a predominantly black suburb just outside of Washington, D.C.: the nation's capital that at the time was nicknamed "Chocolate City" due to its overwhelming black population." - Gina M.

Zine Librarian Pets #3 by Kelly McElroy, 2016

Zine Prompt #2: Raging Waters: a Summer Fun How-To by Juli Jump Rope, 2016
 

Acquired at the Betty Zine Fest in 2016

Black Women & Self Care: Thoughts on Mental Health, Oppression & Healing by Naomi Moyer, 2015


New-to-Us Library of Congress Subject Headings

Amusement parks. 

Christie, Agatha, 1890-1976

Critical pedagogy. 

Feminism and education. 

Sylvia Rivera Law Project.