The Zine Library is physically closed until further notice, but zine library staff are active. Email zines@barnard.edu with questions, for research support, or to learn more about our growing COVID19 zine collection.

This week we added zines about the erasure of language, Tibetan exiles in India, violence against women, animal rights, getting involved with a cat (and her lesbian human), and the importance of school libraries, DIY DJing instructions, and a three-piece comic noir series.

Acquired from the Creator

The Dame Vanishes #1-3 by Michelle Spadafore, 2018.

zine cover: The Dame Vanishes

Fourteenth Census of the United States 1920 presented by I.M. Epstein, 2018

cover: Fourteenth Census of the United States 1920 zine

Mam Tashe Chozom by Olivia Fredricks, 2019

The Nun by Olivia Fredricks, 2018

Pariah #7 Sapphik Corpse by Aurora Linnea, 2018?

zine cover: Pariah #7

Remix + Resist: A Workshop by DJ Jujú, Aguapanelamami and V4p0rú, 2019

zine front & back covers: Remix + Resist

This Cat Will Eat Your Documents and Other Stories of Lesbian Life presented by I.M. Epstein, 2018

zine cover: This Cat Will Eat Your Documents

Towards a Holistic Anti-Atrocity of Politics by Aurora Linnea, 2018?

Tsering Dolma by Olivia Fredricks, 2018

You Are a Sensitive Animal by Aurora Linnea, 2018?
 

Gift of Elaine Harger

Library Love Letters: A Collaborative K-12 Zine #1 Alphabetizing the Impact of Teacher-Librarians in Seattle Public Schools by Abby Levin, 2019

zine cover: Library Love Letters #1

 

New-to-Us Library of Congress Subject Headings

Buddhist nuns.

Disc jockeys--Handbooks, manuals, etc.

Jewish families--United States--20th century.

Noir comic books, strips, etc.

Seattle Public Schools.

Tibetans--India--Interviews.

Women murderers.

Yiddish language.