Growing Up

Proof I Exist #8

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P.O Box 470507
60647 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Proof I Exist #8
Date: 
August 2006
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8
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A personal zine about living in Chicago and Punk Rock music. Great for fans of Cometbus!
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English
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Proof I Exist #6

Location

P.O Box 470507
60647 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Proof I Exist #6
Date: 
March 2005
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6
Abstract: 
A personal zine about living in Chicago and Punk Rock music. Great for fans of Cometbus!
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English
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How to Pick Up Your Teeth with No Arms: an Autobiography

Catalog Number: 
z.29.5
Date: 
2006
Volume: 
1st ed
Abstract: 
An introduction to Patrick’s autobiography. This is Part I. Recollections from growing up in an Irish family Queens during the Depression.
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eng
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Alternatives: Roads Less Traveled

Catalog Number: 
b.37
Date: 
1997
Volume: 
1st ed
Abstract: 
<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>
Language: 
eng
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0-9621039-4-2

101 Reasons Not to Have Children

Catalog Number: 
e.1.1
Date: 
2004
Volume: 
1st ed, Light Reading Series
Abstract: 
&ldquo;...My oldest friends may remember me asking them for a month or so during my mid-early twenties for reasons they wanted to have children. Those of them who eventually wanted to have them. Hetero and homosexual and whatever else, alike, I asked them. I wanted to hear an answer that sounded unselfish to me, although I was sure none like that would come...&rdquo;
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eng
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M is for My Hair

Catalog Number: 
e.1.7
Date: 
2006
Volume: 
1st ed, Light Reading Series
Abstract: 
Short fiction tracing a series of haircuts given to herself and to her friends, through a series of dye jobs (and dye-job betrayal) done by a beauty shop worker whom the author had also bonded with through her hair.<br />
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eng
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2004 Poetry Venue Series: Hosts @ Trace: PolyRhythmic Chicago Arts Collective

Catalog Number: 
Book, Tuggle, Billy
Date: 
2004
Volume: 
1st ed
Abstract: 
One in a series of chapbooks published of writers at the Guild Complex. A collection of poems on a variety of subjects by the PolyRhythmic collective.
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eng
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1-933126-11-6

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