Becca Taylor

Burn Collector #13

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z Burn Collector
Date: 
June 2007
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13
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A personal zine about Al Burian and his travels between Chicago and Germany.
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English
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A Pictorial History of the Great Outdoors

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Book, Carre, Lilli
Date: 
April 2005
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A Pictorial History of the Great Outdoors is an anthology loosely organized around the outdoors.
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English.
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The Shortpants Observer

Catalog Number: 
Book Becan, Sarah
Date: 
2008
Edition: 
First Edition
Issue: 
1
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This book is a compilation of comic artists involved with Shortpants Press. Included are Amy Davidson, Corrine Mucha, Becca Taylor and Jeremy Tinder. The collection embodies the breadth of artistry in the Mid-western comic community.
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English
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9780981846705

Green House

Date: 
2004
Volume: 
Winter 2004
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A quarterly magazine devoted to home agriculture, art, and ecology
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eng
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The Skeleton News

Catalog Number: 
n.1.2
Date: 
January 2007
Volume: 
Issue 3
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The Skeleton News presents &quot;A Dark Vision of the Future.&quot; Features on: Chicago's first megachurch, Willow Creek, at the Auditorium Theater and defining evangelicalism; nutrition and public health issues including types of fats and perspectives and conspiracy theories on AIDS/HIV; ubiquitous computing, GPS, and RFID and their implications in surveillance, health, and everyday living; survivalism and species integration; the solitude of mathematician Dr. Grigory Perelman; being transgendered or androgynous in Chicago; book reviews; the loss of identity in American cities; unessential albums; and Ulysses S. Grant.<br />
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eng
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The Skeleton News

Catalog Number: 
n.1.1
Date: 
November 2006
Volume: 
#00
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<p>A defiantly &quot;amateur&quot; newspaper that seeks to inform on what's happening, what isn't and what should be, featuring a broad range of contributors and topics.</p><p>In this issue: News on the Circle Line, HIV Testing, Grocery shopping in Pilsen rated, photos from Alaska, Chicago winters in the context of Sir Walter Scott's Antarctic journey, owning and borrowing cars, Pluto gets demoted from a planet, and interview with Andy van Slyke, analyzing baseball data using Pyhtagorean differentials, the Apocalypse according to the Mayan Calendar, paper consumption, including lyrics with liner notes, and predicting the future using old Science Fiction books, including robots and artificial intelligence.<br /> </p>
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eng
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The Skeleton News

Catalog Number: 
n.1.3
Date: 
December 2006
Volume: 
Issue 2
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Features on: Mayor Richard M. Daley's proclamation that he'll make Chicago the greenest city in America and how The Resource Center's projects are already working on this; a memoriam to Mark David &quot;Malachi&quot; Richter who performed self-immolation protest of the Iraq War; How the Chicago Recovery Alliance affects change through unconventional programs; the story of the survival of a man attacked by a grizzly bear; surveillance cameras in Chicago as part of &quot;Operation Disruption;&quot; the redevolopment of Block 37; how the Great Andamanese and the Sentinelese survived 2006 tsunami using instinct and spirtualism; discussing living through World War II, Nazi-ocuppied France with grandma;the most expensive US House race in history with James Hill of Iowa The Department of Homeland Security's human trafficking awareness campaign and how it's exploitation of fear of women being sold into sex slavery echoes the history of the sensationalist tales of &quot;white slavery&quot; throughout the 20th century, masking real concerns like rights for migrant workers and sweatshop laborers; a review of the Massive Change show and how it only makes yuppies feel better about capitalism; an interview with cryptozoologist Loren Coleman; an interview about &quot;sabermetrics,&quot; which is the study of baseball statistics; and why everything sucks except sports (mostly).<br />
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eng
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