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The 2018 Disorientation Guide, IMATS & Media Center, Sticks & Stones #14: Nostalgia, and What's Your Role: Barnard Sustainability First Year Guide 2018
This week we added zines to our library about Black women and fashion history, parenting a five-year old, being a person of color in predominantly white activist communities, kink and radical politics, Candy Darling, friendship, growing up queer, bicycle touring, and punk culture, as well as tiny poems about food, recipes, and life advice from a Toronto art exhibit.
This week we added zines to our collection about baby versions of Ann Coulter, Betsy DeVos, and Tomi Lahren, a Black Lives Matter protest, Latinx punks, being bullied, childhood loves and fears, the Michigan Womyn's Music Festive, depression, antisemitism, and teaching high school, and daily comics from a long-time LA zinester, a zine of zine reviews.
This week we're adding zines to our collection about Buffy the Vampire Slayer, taking public transportation, menstruating, a zine reading going badly, depression and self-doubt post suicide attempt, feminist rage, touring with Sister Spit, Kellyanne Conway, and Mark Zuckerberg, and daily comics from an animal lover, daily comics about travel, and a 1993 mail art directory with a link to full text on a BBS.
This week we added zines about heavy music, pleasing immigrant parents, long bus rides, shorter bus rides, growing up Catholic, teaching high school English in Chicago, 1990s popular culture, and dating, along with international mail art and a reprint of a one-act play about lesbians of yore plus an interview with the playwright.
This week we added zines to our collection about sex, sexy times, 1990s sex chat room culture, a 1998 NYC zine fest, and bad jobs, along with erotic fiction, sex zine catalogs, photo zines, and 1990s musician interviews, including Jane Wiedlin.
This week we added zines about PTSD in Harry Potter, librarians, resistance in the age of Trump, finding friends in fiction, pornography, stripping, depressed girls in love with demons, and soda fandom.
This week we added zines to our collection about accordion playing and players, food and environmentalism, 1990s Canadian feminism, and a short story about a romantic relationship and several issues of the Columbia Philolexian Society's publication.
This week we added zines about finances in the age of Trump, the zine library at Franklin and Marshall, a year in the life of a 44-year-old vegan and mother, NYC philia, celebrity memoirs, red heads, a new riot grrrl zine distro, boy bands, heartbreak, and feminism, along with a zine review zine, a collection of six-word stories, and a crafty ladies calendar.