Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection represents Batya Goldman's personal collection of zines and is composed primarily of comic and poetry zines. It also includes zines on other subjects such as art, culture, erotica, literature, music, personal, zine related resources, social/political issues, and special interests.
Scope and Contents The collection includes research materials Rowe created or gathered for The Book of Zines: Readings from the Fringe. The collection includes zines, correspondence, and questionnaires sent to zine creators asking them to document what inspired them to launch their zine, why publish, tips for aspiring zinesters, and to list their favorite zines.
Dates: 1990-1998; Majority of material found within 1996-1998
Scope and Contents In 2005, Dr. Daniel Makagon, Associate Professor in the Communications Department, began bringing his Underground Culture classes to the Special Collections and Archives for introduction and exploratory sessions with the zine collections. In 2009 he donated his personal collection of zines to the archives. While this collection includes zines in the categories of Art, Comic, Literary, Music, Personal, Special Interest, and Social/Political, the largest and most diverse portion of the collection...
Dates: 1992-2016; Majority of material found within 1995-2016
Scope and Contents This collection is composed primarily of personal zines but also includes zines on other subjects such as comics, literature/poetry, music, special interests, zine related resources, and women’s issues. Although Moseley’s zine Semi Bold is not featured in this collection, back issues can be found in the Chicago Great Lakes Underground Press Collection.
Scope and Contents The Kim Nolan zine collection is a mixture of zines created from 1986 to 1997. Nolan’s involvement in the early 1990s hardcore and straight-edge music scene, as well as her interest in feminism and activism, is evident throughout the collection.
Dates: 1986-1997; Majority of material found within 1990-1996
Scope and Contents This collection contains Oberc's personal zine collection and documents his contribution to the underground press. The majority of the zines in this collection contain his work, and Oberc's artwork is featured on the covers of his zines and numerous others. His interviews are included in Chiron Review among other zines. Insight on Oberc's writing can be found in one of his zines titled Bitch (Box 1). The literary publications from the University of Kentucky, Fabbro (Box 2) and JAR (Box 3), also...
Dates: 1981-2002; Majority of material found within 1987-1996
Scope and Contents This collection is composed of Gelvin's thesis, ephemera that she collected, and zines. The categories of zines are art, comic, cultural, erotica, literary, music, personal, resource, social/political, special interest, and women’s issues. Certain personal zines have socio-political, literary, or cultural themes and issues, but are designated as personal because they are created by one author. For example, two zines, "Constipation" and an untitled zine, are categorized as personal but deal with...