With a cover by Josh MacPhee and centerfold by Molly Fair (both Interference Archive archivists and Justseeds artists) this zine detailing a delegation of librarians and archivists visiting Palestine was compiled by Barnard librarians Vani Natarajan and me, and also by delegation co-leader Hannah Mermelstein. It's not for sale yet. Keep an eye on the delegation blog, Facebook or Twitter for info on its release.
Pete's Mini Zine Fest Purchases & Trades
Don't Mayo Hate by Dre Grigoropol, 2013.
High school student Maia Mayo is having a really bad day.
The Hookah Girl and Other True Stories, Volume 1: Growing up Christian Palestinian in America by Marguerite Dabaie, 2007.
Wherein making dolmas in the Bay Area involves stealing grape leaves from Napa vineyards.
If You Like Penguins and Getting Stoned and Reading Random Thoughts: a 24 Hour Zine Thing Project by Dawn, 2010.
"Maybe this is it. Just sitting here and having 24 hrs. to do what I love and not judge it."
Living in La La Land #1: Blitz Over Bushwick by Jenny Gonzalez-Blitz, 2011?
"All I know is that I think there's a difference between being rebellious and simply being a douchebag."
"I guess daily journal comicking is kinda gonzo."
Lolita #1 by Jem Ross, 2008?
It's all in here--how to dress, throw parties, be green and what music to listen to.
Money Saving Freelance Tip$! by Alisa Harris, 2013.
What It Is by Dawn Wing, 2012.
Zoos Bluez by Dre Grigoropol, 2013.
Dre liked the elephants best, but they moved to other zoos.
New-to-Us Library of Congress Subject Headings
Bands (Music)--Comic books, strips, etc.
Cats--Therapeutic use--Comic books, strips, etc.
Penguins--Comic books, strips, etc.
This one isn't new-to-us, but I think it could be used to describe most personal zines: Self--Miscellanea.