I couldn't find art for any of the zines, so I grabbed a free media paper pickle jar.
Gift of Sarah From
In my first days at Yale this fall I engaged myself in a daily struggle to justify or explain my presence in this bastion of traditionalism and power structure.
That's contributor Sara in #19, 1995.
Polka Dots #1 by Sara Streuver, 1996
Provo-CAT-ive #4: Road Trips 2000 by Goddess of Venus and Goddess of Mars, April 1996
Provo-CAT-ive #5: The Issue O Shit by Goddess of Venus and Goddess of Mars, 1997
June is Gay Pride Month. I happened to be at a concert in Washington D.C. the night before the Capital Pride Parade. I went to Dupont Circle to see the event. It turned out to be male focused and sexualized (except for the Lesbian Avengers.) It was more of a Capital-ism parade.
Prudence #2 by Prudence, 1996
Sneer #6.5: Small Girl After All by Kathleen, 199x?
Super Witch #2 by Anjali, 199x?
The Tuesday Veronica #1 by Jenny Kay, 1993?
The Vegetable Inside Us All #5 by Anne, 1995
I live for the thesaurus and most specific word choice. Unfortunately, most labels we have for humans are mutable and, therefore, misleading and meaningless. I shun labels.
Quoted because the author later became a librarian. Critical ibrarians struggle mightily with choosing descriptors, but it should also be noted that Anne went into research and instruction services, not cataloging.