This week we added zines to our library about bicycle-riding with a four-year-old, the attack on Kim Kardashian, brujeria, hirsuteness, reading preferences, Native people in punk scenes, life off the gender binary, coming out to a Muslim immigrant mom, bicycling while brown, a DIY zine en español, and a "review zine with perzine tendencies."
This week we added zines about Filipinx experiences, late 20th century popular culture, natural Black hair, contemporary and historical Native experiences, bros in punk, Sailor Moon, Pacific Island experiences, immigrant assimilation, gender identity, touring while mentally ill, and hot trans people.
This week we added zines about food and family, academic burnout, ADHD, beloved items of clothing, dreams of being an astronaut, platonic love, art clubs at Barnumbia, what "party" means to Barnard Zine Clubbers, Bette Davis, zines from a 2000 alternative press fair, Mary Tyler Moore Show fandom, memories, and self-care techniques.
This week we added zines about intersectional feminism, Frida Kahlo, teenage girlhood, zine libraries in Utah and California, creativity starters, the Long Beach Zine Fest, and DIY zines about journalism and zines.
This week we added zines about POC parenting in PDX in the age of Trump, lady beer drinking, dating men on the internet, librarianing, living with disabilities, making library exhibits, riding the rails with Amtrak, teen intersectional feminism, the Wellcome Library zine collection, sexual assault, and getting married in Long Beach, CA.
This week we added zines about moving, dating, San Francisco, mail art, Christmas with the family, feminism in the age of Trump, unrecommended books, a bad zine tour experience, and punk studies.
This week we added zines about Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop, SASEs, making and teaching with zines, teen feminism, urban education, agricultural sustainability, male pregnancy, Nicolas Cage, and sex negativity.
This week we added zines about Les Miserables, radical politics and kink, friendship, vegan straightedge posi queers, where intersex meets Star Trek, the Barnard Archives, and high school environmentalism, and a review zine.
This week we added zines about patriarchy in left movements, wanting to be somewhere else, anger and regret, weight loss, gender identity, crushes, comics-making, death and depression, anarchists in Palestine, disordered eating, online dating, transgender people, pornography, and suicide, and an anti-Zionist Passover haggadah.
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.