photo of Sassy zines in 9 bound volumes on a library shelf

After about six years of effort, we have completed a run of Sassy, a magazine that was much beloved during its run from 1988-1994 and despised thereafter. The last issue published out of Sassy's New York City office had a featured a story called "One Girl Against the Patriarchy."

We made regular requests on Twitter, bought copies from eBay and otherwise worked out network to get the whole run. We then bound them by year to keep the magazines relatively safe. The are available for Barnard and Columbia affiliates to use in-house and articles are requestable via interlibrary loan.

Other feminist magazines we have in complete runs include:

For more information, contact zine curator and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies librarian Jenna Freedman.