The CSC Library & Archive was asked to speak at EBABZ 2012 concerning zines in libraries. This is the slideshow presentation that was used. If anyone has any questions, or knows of valuable resources, or would like to donate their sex related zines to our library, please contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Taken from YF+MA (Your Face + My Ass / sometimes Your Ass + My Face), a most incredible zine that I just started reading and that is in our zine library now. It’s published by Kevin, Jeff Subhoosier, Vi, DogShitJohnLaux. YF+MA keeps sex revolutionary and political without making it boring…that is hard…and makes other things hard. The quote is taken from The Faggots And Their Friends Between Revolutions. I forgot to mention that this fabulous zine was donated by the infamous Larry-Bob of Holy Titclamps!. Thanks Larry! You’re a hero here at CSC.
We will definitely be bringing it to our zine panel this coming saturday. Don’t miss it. Send Us Your Sick And Twisted.
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Center for Sex and Culture at 3rd Annual East Bay Alternative Book & Zine Fest
December 8th, 2012 · 10am - 5pm
Berkeley City College: 2050 Center St. Berkeley, CA
Center for Sex and Culture head librarian Anissa Malady and interning archivist Tess McCarthy will be appearing at EBABZ 2012 to highlight our zine holdings and discuss planned preservation and digitization of the collection, as well as to preview zine showcase and workshop, Bookish Beasts, coming to the Center April 14th, 2013. More info to come!
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About the Center for Sex and Culture Library and Archive:
The Center for Sex & Culture Library and Archive was born from, and is sustained by, donated collections of books, magazines, journals, zines, comics, dissertations, works of art, videos, memorabilia, and the personal papers of key members of the community. It is being cataloged by a team of dedicated volunteers and interns, under the supervision of Anissa Malady, MLIS.
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