Barnard Zine Librarian Interviewed by Time Magazine

Jenna Freedman of the Barnard Zine Library, quoted in in the Time article Anatomy of a Zine: When Magazines Go Indie, by Meredith Melnick, said that she values zines' connection to anarchic-punk, DIY values. She particularly recommends activism-oriented zines like Shotgun Seamstress, which explores the intersections of racial and sexual identity, and Functionally Ill, in which a woman identified only as Laura-Marie records, among other things, the voices she hears during bipolar disorder–associated mania. Both zines are available for check-out at Barnard Library.