College

Coffee Spoons 2

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Zine, Coffee Spoons 2
Date: 
February 2013
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This zine spans two years of the author's life, age 21 to 23, and she explains it as follows: "This zine is a disorganized hodge-podge of my last years in college, and my first months of post-grad. Like my last issue, there are tons of references to coffee, Harry Potter, and not showering. But I bookended this round with two comics about my mom."
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English
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1st Printing
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Abstract Door #1

Location

Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Abstract Door #1
Date: 
21 April 2013
Edition: 
1
Issue: 
1
Abstract: 
I took the title from a Clarice Lispector chronicle & said everything I write this year will be called an abstract door b/c it feels like I'm always trying to open or enter an experience & never being able to, such as the theme of this first issue: job search post-college, mother-daughter relationship, happiness.
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English
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Vicki Lim

Deconstruction Acres

Catalog Number: 
Book, Brown, Tim W.
Date: 
1997
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Set amid the cornfields and keg parties of Jasper, a fictitious midwestern college town, this book depicts the struggles of Underdog, a townie, against his many enemies at Jasper College. He competes with a professor, in a book deconstructing the TV show Green Acres, for the affections of a beautiful but haunted woman...
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English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
1886625034

Children of a Lesser Suburb

Pepito's Folder

Catalog Number: 
Zine, Pepito's Folder
Date: 
1995
Volume: 
4
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Thoughts on homelessness, payphone fraud, the 1994 Punk Awards, music reviews, guide to subculture terms, an interview with a friend's mom, and made up interviews of punk bands.
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eng
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Alternatives: Roads Less Traveled

Catalog Number: 
b.37
Date: 
1997
Volume: 
1st ed
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<p>&quot;Sometimes a disquieting idea, for at its core, an alternative signals difference: a state some may dustrust, others tolerate, still others, embrace. Fortunately, divergent views remain energetically alive, experience brings hope, exhilerating no matter what the outcome. In this anthology on less traditional and predictable lifepaths, the intensity, humor and spirit of these writing actually transcends differences, evidence of the strength found in exploring less travelled roads.&quot;</p><p>Contributors, cont'd: Mary Damon Peltier, Shirley Powers, Rita Reinert, Ellen Rosen, P. Kelly Rugg, Amy Sanderson, Patti See, Claudia Rosa Silva, Carol Smith, Grazina Smith, Sandra Tatara </p>
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eng
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0-9621039-4-2

Waiting for Something to Happen

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Book, Gorman
Date: 
1983
Edition: 
1st ed
Abstract: 
Poems in three parts: "Placenta," "Ireland," and "Waiting for Something to Happen."
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eng
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Warped, slight water damage.
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0-942582-05-5

Let There Be Danger

Catalog Number: 
Zine, Let there be Danger
Date: 
June 2003
Volume: 
#1
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Non-fiction stories on being swindled by a scammer into thinking he and his friends would receive $30,000, a punk band stranded in Indiana and staying in the middle of nowhere with a latex mask artist, finding punk comaraderie at North Illinois University, receiving a letter in the mail upon high school graduation that he wrote to himself in junior high, and getting hand burns from falling out of a tree house.<br />
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eng
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Schaumburg
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