Auerbach, Kelli and Nina Bays. The Adventures of Trixie and Dinkidoo. ["It's a fanciful romp through one girl's discovery of masturbation."] 2004. http://www.dinkidoo.com. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baldauf, Anette/Weingartner, Katharina (Hg.): Lips. Tits. Hits. Power? Popkultur und Feminismus. Folio: Vienna/Bozen, 1998.
Baumgardner, Jennifer and Richards, Amy: ManifestA: Young Women, Feminism, and the Future. Farrar, Straus and Giroux: New York, 2000.
Berger, Melody (ed.). We Don't Need Another Wave: Dispatches from the Next Generation of Feminists. Seal Press, 2006.
Block, Francesca Lia: Zine Scene. The do it yourself guide to zines. Girl Press: US, 1998.
Findlen, Barbara (Ed.): Listen up: Voices From the Next Feminist Generation.Seal Press: Seattle, 1995.
Gilbert, Laurel and Kile, Crystal: Surfergrrrls. Look, Ethel! An Internet Guide for Us!Seal Press: Washington, 1996.
Green, Karen und Taormino, Tristan (Hg.): A Girl's Guide to Taking Over the World: Writings from the Girl Zine Revolution. New York: St. Martin's Press 1997.
Jervis, Lisa and Zeisler, Andi (eds.). BITCHfest: Ten Years of Cultural Criticism from the Pages of Bitch Magazine. with a Foreword by Margarat Cho. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.
Juno, Andrea (Ed.): Re/Search #13, Angry Women.Re/Search Publications: San Francisco, 1991.
Kennedy, Pagan: Zine: How I Spent Six Years Of My Life in the Underground and Finally....Found Myself...I Think. New York: St. Martin's 1995.
Karp, Marcelle and Stoller, Debbie (Ed.): The BUST guide to the new girl order. Penguine Books: New York, 1999.
Raphael, Amy: Grrrls. Women Rewrite Rock. St. Martín's Griffin: New York, 1994.
Mitchell, Allyson, Lisa Bryn Rundle and Lara Karaian: Turbo Chicks. Talking Young Feminisms. Toronto: Sumach Press, 2001.
Robbins, Trina. FROM GIRLS TO GRRRLZ: A HISTORY OF WOMEN'S COMICS FROM TEENS TO ZINES. Chronicle, 1999.
Sabin, Roger and Teal Triggs (Eds.): Below Critical Radar. Fanzines and Alternative Comics from 1976 to now. Hove: Slab-O-Concrete Publications, 2001.
Sherman, Aliza: Cybergrrl! A Women's Guide to the World Wide Web. Ballantine Books: New York, 1998.
Sherman, Aliza: cybergrrl@work. Tips and Inspiration for the Professional You. Berkley Publishing Group: New York, 2001.
Sinclair, Carla: Net Chick. A Smart-Girl Guide to the Wired World. New York: Henry Holt 1996.
Smith, Erica (Ed.): The Girl Fenzy Millennial. Hove: Slab-O-Concrete Publications, 1998.
Solomon, Rivka (Ed.): That Takes Ovaries! Bold Females and their Brazen Acts. New York: Three Rivers Press, 2002.
The Guerilla Girls. The Guerilla Girls' Bedside Companion to the History of Western Art. Penguin: New York, 1998.
Walker, Rebecca (Ed.): To be real: Telling the Truth and Changing the Face of Feminism.Anchor Books: New York, 1995.
Brent, Bill: Make a Zine! A guide to self-publishing disguised as a book on how to produce a zine. Black Books: San Francisco, 1997.
Daly, Steven and Wice, Nathaniel: alt.culture. An a-to-z guide to the 90s-underground, online, and over-the counter. Kingston u. a.: Forth State 1995.
Friedman, R. Seth: The Factsheet Five Zine Reader: Dispatches from the Edge of the Zine Revolution.New York: Three Rivers Press 1997.
Gunderloy, Mike and Goldberg Janice, Cari: The World of Zines. A Guide to the Independent Magazine Revolution. Penguin Books: New York, 1992.
Jim: What are zines? American Journalism Review 1995. http://www.stayfreemagazine.org/ml/readings/zines_article.pdf
Chip (Ed.): Zine
History and Interviews,
How-to Guides, Children's) http://www.zinebook.com/resource/books.html
Rowe, Chip (Ed.): E-Zine Tips & Tricks. http://www.zinebook.com/directory/ezine-help.html
Rowe, Chip (Ed.): Zine Distribution. http://www.zinebook.com/directory/zine-distribution.html
Vale, V. (Hg.): Zines! Vol.I. and 2. San Francisco: V/Search 1996.
Watson, Esther Pearl, Mark Todd (Illustrator). Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine? Graphia Books, 2006.
emplive: riot grrrl retrospective. "The EMP Collection houses a wide array of artifacts from the riot grrrl era - recordings, posters, photographs and fanzines, some of which are on display in Northwest Passage, a gallery that traces the history and development of a variety of Northwest musical movements. The Riot Grrrl Retrospective is an in-depth online exhibit that seeks to document and offer new insight into this important musical phenomenon. Uses streaming audio and video as well as artifacts and performance footage and presents the history of riot grrrl as told by the participants." http://www.emplive.com/explore/riot_grrrl/index.asp (article in webpage not available 23/02/2006)
Villacorta, Claire: Zines for (a) Living. (pdf) Manila, Philippines. Note from the author: Zines For (A) Living" (January 2002) was initially published in Mr. & Ms. Magazine as part of this feminist insert called XYZine. The article was part of XYZine's themed issue on "alternative businesses", though I made it clear that no money can be made from zinemaking. Includes basic info on zines, local girl-authored zines in existence, distro highs and woes and getting zines on the internet.
the Riot? Girl
zinesters and girl scenesters in the Philippines (pdf) Manila,
Philippines. Note from the author: "Where is the Riot? Girl zinesters and
girl scenesters in the Philippines" on the other hand, was writtien for issue
#4 of Sapling Thoughts zine (released May 2001). Sapling Thoughts is a feminist
zine from Laguna, Philippines, and is published by Karen Ison. Here, I try to
find a relationship between the Revolution Grrrl Style Now that took place in
Susy. AFTER THE RIOT. Susy webb explores the origins and lasting effects of
Kill: From a booklet in the "give me back" ebullition compilation.
Kill: from Zine #2: DORK+cool=COOL=dorky.
Blase (??): But what of us? (An article on the history of the
Riot Grrrl movement) http://www.zyworld.com/cazzblase/Grrrlwords.htm
Angerer, Marie-Luise: Rrrriot Girls and Angry Women. Stilvoll weiblich. In: Bailer, Noraldine/Horak, Roman (Hg.): Jugendkultur, Wien: WUV-Univ.-Verl. 1995, S. 171-188.
Armstrong, Jayne: "Web Grrrls, Guerilla Tactics: Young Feminisms on the Web." In: Gauntlett, David and Ross Horsely. Web.Studies.Arnold (UK) and Oxford University Press (USA), 2004, pp. 92-102.Arthur, Nicole: rock women. In: alt.culture. An a-to-z guide to the 90s-underground, online, and over-the counter. Kingston u.a.: Forth State 1995, 208-209.
Katherine: Mags, Zines, and gURLs. The Exploding World of Girls’ Publications.
Women’s Studies Quarterly. 29 (3-4) Fall Winter 2000: 287-292.
Bell, Brandi Leigh-Ann. Women-produced zines: Moving into the mainstream. Canadian Women's Studies, V. 20/21, NO. 4/1, WINTER/SPRING, pp. 56-60, 2001.
Bleyer, J. 'Cut-and-Paste Revolution: Notes from the Girl Zine Explosion', in Labaton, Vivien and Martin, Dawn Lundy (eds.), The Fire This Time: Young Activists and the New Feminism. New York: Anchor Books, 2004.
Chidgey, Red. Rhe Resisting Subject: Per-Zines as life story data. In: University of Sussex Journal of Contemporary History. Issue 10, 2006. See: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/history/documents/10_a_chidgey_resisting_subject.pdf
Chu, Julie. Navigating the Media Environment: How Youth Claim a Place Through Zines. Social Justice. 24 (3) Fall 1997: 71-85.
Dana. ’No Experts – Guaranteed!’: Do-It-Yourself Sex Radicalism
and the Production of the Lesbian Sex Zine Brat Attack. Signs: Journal
of Women in Culture and Society. 25 (1) 1999: 65-89.
Comstock, Michelle Robin. Re-mapping the Territory of 'youth': Youth-generated Sites of Rhetorical, Cultural, and Political Practice. DAI-A, 62(06): p. 2097, December 2001.
Cresser, Frances, Lesley Gunn and Helen Balme. Women's experiences of on-line e-zine publication. Media, Culture & Society. 23 (4) 2001. 457-473.
Duncan, Barabara J. Cyberfeminism, Zines, n’Grrls: Identity and Technology: Cyberfeminism in Online “Grrl Zines”. Master’s thesis at University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign. Online Web site. Available: http://www.students.uiuc.edu/~b-duncan/zines.html (Accessed May 6, 2003).
Driscoll, Catherine. Girl culture, revenge and global capitalism: Cybergirls, Riot Grrls and Spice Girls. Australian Feminist Studies, V. 14, NO. 29, pp.173-191.
Ferris, Melanie A. Resisting mainstream media: Girls and the act of making zines. Canadian Women's Studies, V. 20/21, NO. 4/1, WINTER/SPRING, pp. 51-55, 2001.
MJ: Queens and teen zines: Early adolescent females reading their way toward adulthood.
ANTHROPOLOGY & EDUCATION QUARTERLY 27 (1): 71-89 MAR 1996
Fraser, M. L. Zine and Heard: Fringe Feminism and the Zines of the Third Wave. Feminist Collections 23 (4) 2002. 6-10.
Melissa Kesler CityGirls Project. Reimagining girlhood with urban teen zinestresses:
Gillilan, Cinda Lynn. Zine Fans, Zine Fiction, Zine Fandom: Exchanging the Mundane for a Woman-centered World. DAI-A, 60(04): p. 921, October 1999.
Gottlieb, Joanne/Wald, Gayle: Smells Like Teen Spirit. Riot Grrrls, Revolution und Frauen im Independent Rock. In: Eichorn, Cornelia/Grimm, Sabine (Hg.): Gender Killer. Texte zu Feminismus und Politik, Berlin: ID-Archiv 1994, S. 170-189.
Gottlieb, Joanne and Wald, Gayle: Smells Like Teen Spirit: Riot Grrrls, Revolution and Women in Independent Rock. In: Ross, Andrew and Rose, Tricia (Eds.): Microphone Fiends. Youth Music and Youth Culture. Routledge: New York/London, 1994, pp. 250-274.
Gustafson, Mary : "Grrrl power" sweeps the Web as women write for "zines". In: Infinetworld. April 18, 2000. http://www.drake.edu/journalism/InfinetWorld/grrrlzines.html
Guzzetti, Barbara and Margaret J. Gamboa. Zines for social justice: Adolescent girls writing on their own. Reading Research Quarterly, 1 August 2004, vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 408-436 (29).
Haravon, Leslie Dinah. Gaining Respect: Fat Women and Resistance. DAI-A, 57(12): p. 5323, June 1997.
Harris, Anita. Is DIY DOA? Zines and the Revolution, Grrrl-Style. Australian Youth Subcultures: On the Margins and in the Mainstream, Rob White (ed), National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies: Hobart, 1998
Harris, A. Not Drowning or Waving: Young Feminism and the Limits of the Third Wave Debate. Outskirts, May, 2001.
Harris, A. ‘Revisiting Bedroom Culture: Spaces for Young Women’s Politics’. Hecate, 27, (1): 128-138, 2001.
Harris, A. ‘Riding My Own Tidal Wave: Young Women’s Feminist Work’. Canadian Women’s Studies Journal, Special Issue: ‘Young Women: Feminists, Activists, Grrrls’, Winter/Spring, 20/21, (4/1): 27-31, 2001.
Harris, A. ‘gURL Scenes and Grrrl Zines: Girlhood, Power and Risk Under Late Modernity’. Feminist Review, 75, November, 2003.
Kaltefleiter, Caroline K.: Revolution Girl Style Now: Trebled Reflexivity and the Riot Grrrl Network. Dissertation. Ohio University, 1995.
Katheder, Doris. Vom Girlie zum Görl? Mädchenbilder nichtkommerzieller Jugendmagazine zwischen Anspruch und Wirklichkeit. In: UTOPIE kreativ, H. 189/190 (Juli/August 2006)m p. 694-701. http://www.rosalux.de/cms/fileadmin/rls_uploads/pdfs/Utopie_kreativ/189-90/189Katheder.pdf
Kearney, Mary Celeste: The Missing Links: Riot Grrrl - feminism - lesbian culture. In: Whiteley, Sheila (Ed.): Sexing the Groove: Popular Music and Gender. Routledge: London/New York, 1997, pp. 207-229.
Kearney, Mary Celeste: Producing Girls: Rethinking the Study of Female Youth Culture.In: Inness, Sherrie A. (Ed.): Delinquents and Debutantes: Twentieth-Century American Girls' Cultures. New York University Press: New York/London, 1998, 285-310.
Klein, Melissa: Duality and Redefinition: Young Feminism and the Alternative Music Community. In: Heywood, Leslie and Drake, Jennifer: Third Wave Agenda: Being Feminist, Doing Feminism. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, 1997, pp. 207-225.
Leonard, Marion: Paper planes: travelling the new grrrl geographies. In: Skelton, Tracey and Valentine, Gill: Cool Places: Geographies of youth cultures. Routledge: London, 1998, pp.101-118.
Marion: 'Rebel Girl, you are the Queen of my World': Feminism, 'subculture' and
grrrl power. In: Whiteley, Sheila (Ed.): Sexing the Groove: Popular Music
and Gender. Routledge: London/New York, 1997, pp. 230-255.
Richardson, Angela. Come On, Join the Conversation: ‘Zines as a Medium for Feminist Dialogue and Community Building.’ Feminist Collections. 7 (3-4) Spring/Summer 1996: 10-14.
Santiago, Maria Ana Manalo. Young Women: On the Line. [Six young women from different countries talk about their experiences, role models, views of the womens movement and older feminists, and their involvement or non-involvement in the womens movement, among them Claire Villacorta, zine editor/writer for Jawbreaker, Philippines.] Women in Action: “Young Women.” Isis International-Manila, Phillippines (2) 2003. http://www.isiswomen.org/pub/wia/wia203/online.htm
Sinor, Jennifer. Another Form of Crying: Girl Zines as Life Writing. Prose Studies, Numbers 1-2/April-August, 2003, vol. 26, no. 1-2, pp. 240-264 (25).
Starr, Chelsea: Because: Riot Grrrl. Social Movements, Art Worlds, and Style. Dissertation. University of California, Irvine, 1999.
Susannah R. Virtually Speaking: Girls’ Self-Disclosure on the WWW.
Women’s Studies in Communication. 25 (2) 2002: 223-253.
Schilt, Kristen. "A little too ironic": The appropriation and packaging of Riot Grrrl politics by mainstream female musicians. Popular Music and Society, Feb 2003. http://articles.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2822/is_1_26/ai_106473999
The big rumpus: A mother's tale from the trenches (2002). Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, V. 5, NO. 2, FALL/WINTER, pp. 192-193, 2003. Review of: Ayun, Halliday; The big rumpus: A mother's tale from the trenches (2002) Reviewed by: Payette,Patricia R.
Triggs, Teal. Liberated Spaces. Identity Politics and Anti-Consumerism. Below Critical Radar. Fanzines and Alternative Comics from 1976 to Now. Roger Sabin and Teal Triggs, eds. Hove: Slab-O-Concrete, 2002. 33-42.
Warnick, Barbara. Critical literacy in a digital era: technology, rhetoric, and the public interest. Mahwah, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002. (Chapter 2: Masculinizing the Feminine: Inviting Women Online ca. 1997 - Web's Changing Nature: E-Zines and Other Alternatives, p. 82-86).
Zobl, Elke: To do a magazine is one of our ways - to get what we want! Feministische Comic- und Artcore-(Maga-)Zines. In: Neumann, Jens (Ed.): Fanzines 2: Noch wissenschaftlichere Betrachtungen zum Medium der Subkulturen. Ventil-Verlag: Mainz 1999, 29-64.
Zobl, E. Do-It-Yourself: Feministische künstlerische Praxis am Beispiel von Zines und Magazinen. MA thesis. Institut fuer Bildnerische Erziehung und Kunstwissenschaft. Akademie der Bildenden Künste Wien (Austria), 1999.
Zobl, E. Let's
Smash Patriarchy! Zine Grrrls and Ladies at Work. Off our backs. The
feminist newsjournal. Washington, DC. XXXIII (3-4) March/April 2003. 60-61.
Zobl. E. The Global Grrrl Zine Network: A DIY Feminist Revolution for Social Change. Dissertation. Institut für Wissenschaften und Technologien in der Kunst, Akademie der Bildenden Künste Wien (Austria), 2003.
Grrrls, Internet and Zines
Armstrong, Jayne: "Web Grrrls, Guerilla Tactics: Young Feminisms on the Web." In: Gauntlett, David and Ross Horsely. Web.Studies.Arnold (UK) and Oxford University Press (USA), 2004, pp. 92-102.
Chandler, Janina. Chick Clicks and Politics: An Exploration of Third Wave Feminist Ezines on the Internet. Masters Abstracts International, 41(02): p. 337, April 2003.
Duncan, Barabara J.: Cyberfeminism, Zines, n'Grrls: Identity and Technology: Cyberfeminism in Online "Grrl Zines". University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign. http://www.students.uiuc.edu/~b-duncan/zines.html (webpage unavailable 23/02/2006)
Eichhorn, Kathleen. Cyborg Grrrls: New Technologies, Identities, and Community in the Production of 'zines. Masters Abstracts International, 35(05): p. 1091, October 1997.
Scott, Krista: "Girls Need Modems!" Cyberculture and Women's Ezines. Master's Research Paper, York Univeristy, 1998. http://krista.tico.com/mrp.htm (this webpage is unavailable 23/02/2006) You may still find the article in the following website: http://www.stumptuous.com/mrp.html .
Scott-Dixon, Krista. The all-girl on-line revolution.Herizons, V. 15, NO. 1, SUMMER, pp. 24-26, 2001.
Krista. Ezines and feminist activism: Building a community. Resources for
Feminist Research, V. 27, NO. 1/2, SPRING/SUMMER, pp. 127-132, 1999.
Zines, Feminism and Third Wave Feminism
Chandler, Janina. Chick Clicks and Politics: An Exploration of Third Wave Feminist Ezines on the Internet. Masters Abstracts International, 41(02): p. 337, April 2003.
Jenn: Breaking the Waves: Continuities and Discontinuities Between Second and
Third Wave Feminism.
thesis in progress (web site)
Garrison, Ednie Kaeh: U.S. Feminism - Grrrl Style! Youth (Sub)cultures and the Technologies of the Third Wave. Feminist Studies 26, No. 1, Spring 2000, 141-170. http://www.findarticles.com/m0300/1_26/63295343/p1/article.jhtml (webpage unavailable 23/02/2006)
Gillis, Stacy: Third Wave Feminism: A Critical Exploration. Palgrave Macmillan, September 2004. Synopsis/Annotation: This timely, thoughtful and provocative collection explores the current period in feminism, known by many as the "third wave". Four sections--genealogies, sex and gender, popular culture, and challenges--interrogate the wave metaphor and, through questioning the generational account of feminism, move feminist theory beyond the present impasse between modernism and postmodernism and indicate possible future trajectories for the feminist movement.
Henry, Astrid: Not My Mother's Sister: Generational Conflict and Third-Wave Feminism. Indiana University Press, December 2004.
Heywood, Leslie and Drake, Jennifer: Third Wave Agenda: Being Feminist, Doing Feminism. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, 1997.
Inness, Sherrie A. (Ed.): Delinquents and Debutantes: Twentieth-Century American Girls' Cultures. New York University Press: New York/London, 1998.
Nicholas, Lucy: "What fucked version of hello kitty are you? : or: Is Hello Kitty as a logo for third-wave riot grrrl feminism merely mainstream gender hegemony in disguise? In: M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 6, June 19, 2003. http://www.media-culture.org.au/0306/07-hellokitty.html (webpage unavailable 23/02/2006).You can still find the article in the following website: http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0306/07-hellokitty.php .
Orr, Catherine M.: Charting the Currents of the Third Wave. In: Hypatia, Vol. 12, No. 3, Summer 1997, 29-45.
Piano, Doreen: Congregating Women: Reading 3rd Wave Feminist Practices in Subcultural Production. Rhizomes.net. Issue 4, Spring 2002: CYBERFEMINISMS. http://www.rhizomes.net/issue4/piano.html
Angela: Come On, Join the Conversation: 'Zines as a Medium for Feminist Dialogue
and Community Building". Feminist Collections, Vol.17, No. 3-4, Spring/Summer,
Siegel, Deborah Lynn. 'The Personal is Political': Travels of a Slogan in Second and Third Wave Feminism (Betty Friedan) DAI-A, 62(11): May 2002.
Soccio, Lisa. From Girl to Woman to Grrrl: (Sub)Cultural Intervention and Political Activism in the Time of Post-Feminism. Invisible Culture. An Electronic Journal for Visual Studies, Issue 2: Interrogating Subcultures, 1999. http://www.rochester.edu/in_visible_culture/issue2/soccio.htm
Walker, Rebecca (Ed.): To be real: Telling the Truth and Changing the Face of Feminism. Anchor Books: New York, 1995.
On Zines in general
Alcaraz Hernández, José Andrés : El diseño gráfico en el fanzine y webzine. Tesis, UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO, ESCUELA NACIONAL DE ARTES PLÁSTICAS, México D. F. septiembre 2003. http://mx.geocities.com/animaraz/tesis/inicio.htm.
Barreiro, Roberto: Historia de los Fanzines de Historieta en Argentina. Libros En Red, 2001.
T.: Zines and zones of desire: Mass-mediated love, national romance, and sexual
citizenship in gay indonesia. JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES 63 (2): 367-402 MAY
Büsser, Martin: Musikmagazine und Fanzines in Deutschland. In: Testcard #2, April 1996, S. 174-189.
Congdon, Kristin G. and Doug Blandy: Zinesters in the Classroom: Using Zines to Teach about Postmodernism and the Communication of Ideas. Art Education 56, no3, 44-52, May 2003.
Duncombe, Stephen: Notes from Underground: Zines and the poltics of alternative culture.Verso: London/New York, 1997.
Duncombe, Stephen: Let's all be Alienated Together: Zines and the Making of Underground Community. In: Austin, Joe and Willard, Nevin Michael: Generations of Youth: Youth Cultures and History in Twentieth-Century. New York University Press: New York, 1998, pp. 427-451.
Duncombe, Stephen: Introduction to The Zine Yearbook, New York: Soft Skull Press, 2003
Duncombe, Stephen: "I'm a Loser Baby: Zines and the Creation of Underground Identity," in Hop on Pop: The Politics and Pleasures of Popular Culture, Henry Jenkins et al., eds., North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2003.
Duncombe, Stephen: "Notes from Underground" in Alternative Library Literature, Biennial Anthology 1994/1995, Sanford Berman and James P. Danky, eds., Jefferson, NC and London, McFarland & Co., 1996
in The Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, Tom Pendergast and Sara Pendergast, eds.
5 vols. Farmington Hills, MI: St. James Press, 1999.
Duncombe, Stephen: DIY Nike Style. Zines and the corporate world. Z Magazine. Dec 1999. http://www.zmag.org/ZMag/articles/dec1999duncombe.htm
Duncombe, Stephen: Zines. In: Cultural studies: from theory to action / edited by Pepi Leistyna. Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2005. (don't know exact pages)
Colin and Michele Knobel: Steps toward a Pedagogy of Tactics. Keynote
paper prepared for the National Council of English Teachers Assembly for
Research Mid-Winter Conference. New York, February 22-24, 2002. http://www.geocities.com/c.lankshear/pedtact.html
Gruber Garvey, Ellen: Out of the mainstream and into the the streets : small press magazines, and the undergraound press, zines and artists' books. In: Perspectives on American book history: artifacts and commentar, edited by Scott E. Casper, Joanne D. Chaison, and Jeffrey D. Groves. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 2002.
HAYNES, R (1995) The Football Imagination: The Rise of Football Fanzine Culture. Aldershot: Arena.
Higgs, M.: 'Zines for a day - The other art press (The art world of the '80s as seen through ZG and Real Life magazine). ARTFORUM 41 (7): 79-+ MAR 2003.
Knobel, Michele and Colin Lankshear: Cut, Paste, Publish: The Production and Consumption of Zines. Paper presented at the State of the Art Conference, Athens, Georgia. January 25-28, 2001. http://www.geocities.com/c.lankshear/zines.html
Neumann, Jens (Ed.): Fanzines. Wissenschaftliche Betrachtungen zum Thema. Mainz: Ventil Verlag, 1997.
Neumann, Jens (Ed.): Fanzines 2: Noch wissenschaftlichere Betrachtungen zum Medium der Subkulturen. Ventil-Verlag: Mainz 1999.
Ordway, Nico: History of Zines. In: Vale, V. (Hg.): Zines! Vol.I. San Francisco: V/Search 1996.
OPPENHEIM, C et al (1999) 'Copyright and Internet Fanzines', Aslib Proceedings, vol. 51 no. 9, pp. 290-301
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Smith, Matthew J.: Strands in the Web: Community-Building Strategies in Online Fanzines.In: Journal of Popular Culture, Vol. 33.2, Fall 1999, pp.87-99.
Williamson, Judith: Engaging Resistant Writers Through Zines in the Classroom. Delivered at the College Composition and Communication Conference annual convention, Nashville, TN, March 1994. http://www.missouri.edu/~rhetnet/judyw_zines.html
Wan, Amy J. : Not Just for Kids Anymore: Using Zines in the Classroom. Radical Teacher, no. 55, 15-19, 1999.
Ianto : An Introduction to Zines and Their Definition. Presented as part of
Critical Animals, October 2003. New Media Poetics, University of Newcastle - Australia.
Issue 3 - Critical Animals - May 2004.
WRIGHT, F (2001) From Zines To Ezines: Electronic Publishing and the Literary Underground. PhD Thesis, Kent State University. http://www.zinebook.com/resource/wrightdissertation.pdf
Articles and books:
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Masha: How does one use the Dublin Core metadata format to encode a collection
of 'zines (as well as a book, a journal article, and a website related to this
Page Project, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2004 (?)
Bartel, J. (2003, July/August). The Salt Lake City Public Library zine collection. Public Libraries, 42(4), 232-238.
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Zine: Building A Winning Zine Collection In Your Library. American
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Chepesiuk, R. (1997). Libraries preserve the latest trend in publishing: Zines. American Libraries, February 1997, 58-62.
DAVIS, B. (2003) 'ZAPPed: collecting 'zines' as a document of our times' in The Seattle Times [WWW] http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=hugozines28&date=20030428 (accessed 19 January 2004)
DENDO, K (2002) 'Fugitive Literature in the Cross Hairs', Collection Management 27(2) pp 75-86
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18 minute explosion of fringe feminism and print media, "Grrlyshow"
is a powerful and rebellious message from new voices often left unheard. Filmmaker
Kara Herold examines the girly Zine revolution and culture in such a way that
the film intellectually and stylistically addresses anyone's question concerning
whether or not feminism has reached its 3rd wave: the postmodern. By interweaving
head-shot interviews, clips from the zines and 1950's television-esque vignettes,
Herold clearly illustrates feminism's ability to exist within a system that generally
doesn't give women their own voice. "Grrlyshow" successfully brings
to the surface alternative voices and projects that are vital to the continuation
and expansion of feminism....Kara Herold is a filmmaker and videomaker from San
Francisco. Her latest video Grrlyshow is a film about girl zines and their makers.
The video was completed in January 2001 and is being distributed by Women Make
Movies and has screened at Sundance, Mill Valley Film Festival, Film Arts Foundation
Festival, and Women in the Director's Chair." (from the web site.)
truth is, you and I are the stuff that great leaders are made of. We don’t
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have been made up of people like you and me. (…) The people who make a difference
are those who fight for freedom – not because they’re guranteed to
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the kind of fighters that history demands today. Not those who worship the accomplished
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is for everybody