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Bound to Struggle Where Kind and Radical Politics Meet Volume 4: Desire

Location

1433 W. Lunt Street #1N
60626 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
zine, Bound to Struggle Where Kink and Radical Politics Meet Volume 4: Desire
Date: 
January 2010
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Volume: 
4
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Abstract: 
Fourth issue of the Bound to Struggle series. Compiled by simon strikeback and presented as part of the transgender oral history project. This issues theme is desire and features work from various trans writers.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
This issue does have a publication date on it. I had made the assumption on previous issues that they were 2005, 2006 -- My calculations may be off but should range from 2004-2010 for the publications prior to this.
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Bound to Struggle Where Kink and Radical Politics Meets Volume 3: Language

Location

1433 W. Lunt Street #1N
60626 Chicago
United States
US
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zine, Bound to Struggle Where Kink and Radical Politics Meet Volume 3: Language
Date: 
2006
Edition: 
Volume: 
3
Issue: 
Abstract: 
Third issue in Bound to Struggle. Published on behalf of the Transgender Oral History Archive and efforts of simon strikeback. The theme for this issue is Language and features work by various trans writers.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Again, strikeback does not give a date of publication but does establish in the introduction that he has made a habit of publishing a zine every year as a graduate student.
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Bound to Struggle Where Kink and Radical Politics Meet Volume 2

Location

1433 W. Lunt Street #1N
60626 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
zine, Bound to Struggle Where Kink and Radical Politics Meet Volume 2
Date: 
2005
Edition: 
Volume: 
2
Issue: 
Abstract: 
Part of the Transgender Oral History project. Trans writings compiled by simon strikeback. The first issue of Bound to Struggle was completed in Tennessee and as simon moved back to his hometown Chicago, so too came this zine project.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
s.strikeback@gmail.com for more information. https://www.digitaltransgenderarchive.net/inst/41687h46v publication date is a guess on my part -- issue one was made in 2004 so I just assumed it was made in 2005.
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Second to None: Queer and Trans Chicago Voices

Location

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.)
Language: 
English
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Item Donor: 
H. Melt

SIRvival in The Second City: Transqueer Chicago Poems

Location

Chicago, IL
United States
US
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Book, Melt, H.
Date: 
2013
Edition: 
1
Volume: 
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Chapbook of poems by H. Melt, documenting their personal experience of surviving Chicago (the "City of Cold Shoulders") as a member of the transqueer community.
Language: 
English
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Website: 

hmelt.tumblr.com
newschoolpoetics.com

Item Donor: 
H. Melt

Transformative Justice Teach-In

Catalog Number: 
Zine, Transformative Justice Teach-in
Date: 
2010
Abstract: 
The Transformative Justice Teach-In Zine is meant to accompany the Transforming the Roots workshop. It contains advice for various minorities and poor people, and also defines terms and profiles Leslie Feinberg, Sylvia Rivera, Marsha P . Johnson and Audre Lorde.
Language: 
English.
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Website: 

transformativejusticezine.blogspot.com (not functioning as of 3-6-12)
transformativejusticezine.org (not functioning as of 3-6-12)