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.

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COVID-19 Zines

'Chella in the Time of COVID by Marian Rae, 2020

Fact and Feeling by Mel Compo, 2020

The Hairy Hair Expert Novice by Bethany Clarke, 2020

New Friends in Strange Times by Bethany Clarke, 2020

People. Why? by Heather Adams, 2020

Quaran(tiny) Guide to Preserving, Fermenting, & Sprouting by Emily Dilling and Anna Brones, 2020

Quaran(tiny) Guide to Turning Food Waste into Abundance: How to Use Food Scraps, Foraged Greens, and Fresh Herbs in the Kitchen by Emily Dilling and Anna Brones, 2020

Quaranzine: A Rebirth or Towards an Expanding Universe in Three Parts by Mia Ciallella, April 2020

Thesizine by Ashley Moon, April 2020

What I'll Do Some Day by Sarah Krichel, 2020


New-to-Us Library of Congress Subject Headings

Food waste--Recycling.

Music festivals.