Gift of A.j. Michel
If you're wondering why we have this zine by a dude, when it's not about feminism or femme identity, it's because the zine serves as primary source background for other zines in our collection, like Allium, below and Baby I'm a Manarchist.
Allium by Liz Allium (formerly Defiance), 2004?
"Don't bother to write me letters that sat 'Aha! I caught contradictions in your life! You hate capitalism but you buy things sometimes!' ... I'm not searching for purity. I just want to do the best I can, considering I live under a government I hate and am not self sustainable, much as I'd like to be."
Artichoke #8 by Kate, 2003ish?
Includes updates on New Kids on the Block band members current lives.
Broken Hipster by Emiko Badillo, 2005 or later?
Partial cover image from Queens College Print History Collections
Chronic: a Story About Chronic Illness by Sam Green-Eggs, 2011
Cover from Chickeney Etsy shop
"My intitial post-college employment plans didn't pan out (*coughcoughPrincetonReviewfiredmebedcauseI'mgaycoughcough*)..."
The Day I Quit Punk Rock by Sarah, 2001
Cover from Bibliophilia Big Cartel shop
Covers from author's Glitterkitty site
Covers from Book Bomb blog
"A polite person on the street does not shout at or touch a person they do not know, unless trying to save the life of an endangered party."
The Patron Saint of Small Things #3 by Sarah Smith, 2002
In which recipes call for things like "as much fresh basil as you can handle, MORTAL" and "a heinous quantity of minced garlic."
Rina Zine #5: Summer! Vacation! by Judy and Eskarina, 2004
Cover from Glitterkitty
Cover from ModernGirlBlitz Etsy shop
The Streets of Where I'm From: a Natural History of West Texas and Beyond #1 by Meredith, 2004
Covers from Philly Feminist Zine Fest interview
Cover from Lower East Side Librarian blog
Cover from ZineWiki
Gift of the Creator
Covers from Hampshire College Library
Purchased from the Creator
Cover from Chart Your Cycle
"My [comics] tastes fall neatly between Alison Bechdel's Dykes to Watch Out For and Marvel's Captain America."
"Self-rolled tampons are simply cool."