ABC No Rio is a collectively-run center for art and activism and known internationally as a venue for oppositional culture. ABC No Rio was founded in 1980 by artists committed to political and social engagement and we retain these values to the present.
This collection aims to serve the needs of current readers and scholars and those of future researchers, Barnard and Columbia students and faculty, scholars from other academic institutions, and writers doing research for a major publishing house have used zines to research topics such as the Riot Grrrl movement, Sassy magazine, girls and education, radical parenting and other topics.
A DIY ethos takes many forms on issuu, but nowhere is it more raw, honest and creative than within the thousands of incredible zines found on issuu. Although originally a print-only medium, zine publishers have realized issuu is the perfect way to distribute their creations to a much larger audience. From politics to art to music and more, get ready to get lost in this wholly-original world.
The Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP) was first launched in November 2003 in an effort to preserve queer zines and make them available to other queers, researchers, historians, punks, and anyone else who has an interest DIY publishing and underground queer communities.
POC Zine Project founder Daniela Capistrano collaborated with artist/activist Nia King, Queer Zine Archive Project and Barnard Zine Library to curate a list of 50 zines made by QTPOC (Queer and/or Trans-Identified People of Color).
Collaborative STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) public outreach project virtual conference has taken the form of daily e-zine of micro-fiction stories, poetry, and art inspired by the discoveries being presented at the conference, called "Heavy Metal Jupiters and Other Stories". It has been edited by Jessie Christiansen and Heather Clitheroe, and we are so grateful and excited by all the contributions!
A zine of interviews and collages on the Anthropocene - not only as a geological epoch but as a manifold metaphor for our planetary concerns. Including interviews with Will Steffen, Natalie Jeremijenko, Manfred Laubichler, Amita Baviskar, Maya Kóvskaya and more. Borne from the Anthropocene Campus symposium at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) in Berlin, Nov 2014.
A zine by The Asian American Feminist Collective. They "engage in intersectional feminist politics grounded within our communities, including those whose backgrounds encompass East, Southeast, and South Asian, Pacific Islander, multi-ethnic and
diasporic Asian identities."
Creators Abryl and Azha showcases other zinemakers, art parties, and underground artists. All of their content is original and made collaboratively. They also curate playlists, publish photo stories, and feature the artwork of people with similar aesthetics.
A zine that showcases other zinemakers, art parties, and underground artists. All of their content is original and made collaboratively. They also curate playlists, publish photo stories, and feature the artwork of people with similar aesthetics.
Provides access to biographies, bibliographies, and critical analyses of authors. Excellent for critiques on contemporary authors. Most useful for contemporary U.S. authors. There's a great timeline useful for assignments outside of the English/Literature field as well. Watch the How to Use Literary Reference Center Plus video.