New-to-Us Zines: February 19, 2015

Gift of Cheryl Tapper

Pander Zine Distro Catalog, fall/winter 2001 by Ericka Baillie-Byrne, Fall/Winter 2001

Cover from Grassroots Feminism

Where's a Cookie? by Missy Kulik, 1999

Cover from Indie Fixx

Gift of Kandis Friesen

Girlie Prig #10 by Karen, 1997?

"Cathy, I would marry you. Come live in Calgary. We Canadians, we recruit."

In the Streets and in the Courts We Fight to Win: a Legal Guide for Activists by the Toronto Common Front Legal Posse, 2001

Mad Cow #1 by 11 women, 1996?

Radical Cheerleader by Aimee, Cara, and Colleen, 1998

Ring of Fire: a Zine for Limbless Creatures, Radical Crips, and Perverts of All Kinds #3 by Hellery Homosex, 1999

Interior illustration from Grassroots Feminism

"This zine promotes queer sex, genderfuck and hte advancement of amputees everywhere."

Sirod on the Road: Radicalism and Disability #2 by AJ, 2000?

Gift/Trade/Purchase from the Creator

DC: Thank U So Much by Elizabeth Garrett, 2015

[forced smile, pointed stare, sip of wine, hair flip]

Feet: a Zine About Fashion, Erotics, and Beauty by Rachel Katz, Jade Farrar, Paulina Mangubat, and Olivia Lu, 2015

Made for Dorothy Ko's Body Histories: Footbinding class.

Ker-Bloom! #113: Terrible Twos by Artnoose, 2015

Cover from Artnoose's shop

It is hard to describe to someone who hasn't spent extended time with a toddler, but try to imagine every aspect of nearly every banal thing you do each day becoming a conflict. 

Rice Paper by CU Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, 2015

Cover & interior pages from APAHM on Facebook

Shards of Glass in Your Eye! #13 by Kari Tervo, 2015

Cover from ZineWiki

You Don't Get There from Here #33 by Carrie McNinch, 2014

Cover from Carrie's shop

Mystery, Probably Feminist Zine Fest 2015

Our Future Is Bright by Foot-to-Face, 2014?

Cover from Foot-to-Face shop

What We Go Through: Anecdotes About Everyday Trauma Caused by Casual Misogyny by Foot-to-Face, 2014

Cover from Foot-to-Face shop

New-to-Us Library of Congress Subject Headings


Beauty, Personal.

Foot fetishism.


Olympia (Wash.)--Description and travel.

Rabbits--Comic books, strips, etc.

Washington (D.C.)--Social aspects.