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Today we're added zines about tween love, Latina artists, rage against childhood bullies, rage against Brett Kavanaugh, self-acceptance, dating, reading, revenge porn, board games, and mujer life.

This week we added zines about disability and sexuality, a residency in the Arctic, protest signs, fertility awareness, mujer life, vaginal ecology, and a trip to Japan, along with Beatles-inspired fiction, a witchy 2019 calendar, and a photo file of protest signs.

This week we added zines about kicking synthetic hormone birth control, Hurricane Irma, sex, dropping out of high school and homeschooling, general punkness, and artist's model life, and erotic fiction about the NSA.

This week we added zines about COVID-19, early 1990s riot grrrliness, rape, banana slugs, lesbians, 1990s popular culture, and sexism in the 1990s punk scene, along with short stories about the Midwest.

This week we added zines about grandmothers, zine fests, Kate Middleton, ways to conserve resources, kittens, visiting Portland (Oregon), IMATS, heart unfelt apologies, riot grrrl, mental health in library staff, and a queer teen about to start school at Hampshire in the early 1990s.

This week we added zines about snorkeling with eels, mental health in the library profession, zine life (with zine reviews). We also cataloged 11 zines made for Wendy Schor-Haim's First Year Seminar on witches.

This week we added zines about a year in the life of an artist, screen time, summer in Columbus Ohio, menopause, neighborhood girls, going out vs. staying in, public pancakes, mothering and daughtering, teaching college in Spokane, meanderings, making stuff, zine librarians and pedagogy, along with short stories from Sydney, Australia.

This week we added zines about queer sexuality, community care with regard to work burnout, what men seem to be like, witches and witchcraft, insomnia, dissociation, sewing and fashion, how to abort a fetus, self-care for introverts, the show Once Upon a Time, depressive behaviors in high school (e.g., cutting and bulimia) and poutine.

This week we added zines to our collection about working class queer love for Bruce Springsteen, pay equity, the off-line life of a White Plains couple, audio cassettes, sewing, poutine, dissociation, community reading of the book Educated, sex positivity, fashion, and feminist theory, and a Japanese/English bilingual zine about UK street cats.

Library Dean Jen Green's last day is Wednesday, December 18, 2019.