Zines Cataloging

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. 

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.

Have you ever noticed how many current and former zine makers have Gemini as a sun sign? Just Like a Gemini author Jolie Nuñez-Noggle is one, but also Margarita Alcantara, Andria Alefhi, Sara Jaffe, Lauren Jade Martin, Carrie McNinch, Celia Perez, Annie Pho, Alycia Sellie, Kelly Shortandqueer, Eleanor Whitney, and Alex Wrekk, to name those listed on my Facebook birthday calendar.

Every zine purchased for or donated to the Barnard Library Zine Collection between 2004 and August of 2010 is now represented in CLIO.