What does Occupy Wall Street mean to you? Do you have a story about something you saw at a protest? Thoughts, opinions, experience?
Submit to the Occupy Wall Street Zine!
The Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture, part of the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University, announces the availability of Mary Lily Research Grants for research travel to their collections.
There's going to be a panel with the authors of the graphic novel Marzi: A Memoir this Friday, October 28, in Butler Library, rm. 523 at 4:30. The novel takes a unique look at growning up under communist rule.
Looking for a first hand account of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Check out this new zine I Went to Palestine by Rachel Rabble.
Are you on We Make Zines? If not, you should be! Check out the Feminist Zinesters Group there.
Wow, there's a lot of zine events coming up, including one in New York City September 24-25!
Cindy Crabb has been writing the influential, internationally distributed, autobiographical-feminist zine Doris since the early 90’s. Join us in celebrating her new book “The Encyclopedia of Doris,” which brings together the last 10 years of Doris zines with a ton of new writing at Bluestockings Bookstore, Sunday, September 25 at 7:00.
Did you miss the Livestream of International Zine Library Day? Have no fear, we've got a recap for you!