Interview

Aaron Hughes

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Zine, Aaron Hughes
Date: 
2010
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This zine is part of the Temporary Conversations project by Temporary Services, which publishes unedited interviews with various artists, activists, and thinkers. In this zine, Nicolas Lampert interviews Aaron Hughes, an Iraq War veteran who currently is an anti-war activist with the group Iraq Veterans Against War (IVAW).
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temporaryservices.org

Library Excavations Issue #2, The ABCs of the Chicago Reader Touring Musicians Publicity Photos Collection

Location

400 S State St Harold Washington Library Center
60605 Chicago
United States
US
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Zine, Library Excavations Issue #2, The ABCs of the Chicago Reader Touring Musicians Publicity Photos Collection
Date: 
August 2016
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#2
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Zine is part of a project that "highlights and activates physical materials found in public libraries." This issue contains photos from the Chicago Reader's touring musician publicity photo collection, along with an interview with Bob Sloane, the librarian in charge of collection development for the Visual and Performing Arts department at Harold Washington Library Center.
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English
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The Point, Issue Eight

Location

2 N La Salle St. #2300
60602 Chicago
United States
42° 58' 10.1532" N, 86° 31' 41.952" W
US
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Journal, The Point, Issue Eight
Date: 
Summer 2014
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Eight
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English
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Chicago based journal published twice a year. Contains essays, literary reviews, and a symposium of photographs and essays investigating the intersections of art, science, and history
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9780983913283
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The Netherlands

Date: 
August 2013
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8
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In this zine, Miyuki Baker takes an in-depth look at the LGBT scene in Amsterdam, Utrecht, and Leiden, The Netherlands. In some ways this serves as a travel guide by showcasing queer events, places of interest to visit, workshops, and information about the organization Gay & School. Miyuki also showcases major players in the scene through feature articles and interviews, including photographer Daan Stringer, Nora Uitterlingen and Ilja Hermans.
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English
Dutch
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Mule Magazine issue 5

New Art Examiner: Culture Wars June 1990

Location

20 W Hubbard St. Suite 2W
60610 Chicago
United States
US
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Magazine, New Art Examiner
Date: 
June 1990
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17
Issue: 
10
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Chicago-based art magazine founded in 1973. This issue features an interview with NEA Chairman, and articles about art in Cincinnati and speakeasy performance art.
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English
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08868115
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Second to None: Queer and Trans Chicago Voices

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Chicago, IL
United States
US
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Zine Second to None
Date: 
Spring 2014
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H. Melt curates this collection of essays (mostly originally online), documenting a critical queer, nonfiction literary voice that is strongly rooted in Chicago. Themes include the need to talk more openly about race, class, and privilege, the power of community support, and the experience of living in Chicago. Builds on the work of Chicago-based queer publications like Chicago IRL, In Our Words, and others. (Adapted from Melt's introduction to the collection.)
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English
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H. Melt

Proximity Issue 2

Bitchin' Bodies: young women talk about about body dissatisfaction

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United States
41° 57' 20.0448" N, 87° 38' 48.0228" W
US
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2008
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A collection of interviews concerning the rampant body dissatisfaction women have, and are expected to have by society.
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English
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9780980230017
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Chicago Publishers Gallery