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Texas A&M University Zine Collection


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Texas A&M University Zine Collection | Cushing Library

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Collection Overview

Title: Texas A&M University Zine CollectionAdd to your cart.

ID: 02/C000127

Extent: 7.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Alphabetical by title.

Date Acquired: 10/16/2012

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Texas A&M University Zine Collection is a generalized, "floating" collection of zines tied to a set of particular collecting criteria -

Zines created by Texans, Southwesterners or other Southerners and/or concern Texas, the Southwest and the South; zines created by minorities across Texas, the Southwest or the South; zines created by TAMU students or former students; and Artzines concerned with printing and/or designed as print art objects.

The collection has "Texas A&M University" in the title to reflect the collecting criterion of zines created by TAMU students or former students. More importantly, however, the inclusion of the TAMU name in the collection title reinforces the collection's connection to the university as well as its major purpose - to help make TAMU a center for the preservation of regional alternative voices.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: No restrictions.

Acquisition Source: Original acquisition gifted from Lindsay Simard/Zine Fest Houston.

Acquisition Method: May 2018 Addendum combines 2018_0058 and 2017_0059.

Other Note: Bib#4026124

Box and Folder Listing

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[Box 1],
[Box 2],
[Box 3],
[Box 4],
[Box 5],
[Folder 1],
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[Folder 3],
[Box 6],
[Box 7: Addenda],

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Ofrenda: A Zine Anthology

                    [Chicago, IL: Celia C. Perez, auth., 2014]

                    Perzine, Artzine, Reviews

Outpunk #6

                    [San Francisco, CA: Matt Wobernsmith, ed., 1996]


Overdue Books: Returning Palestine's "Abandoned Property' of 1948

                    [New York, NY: Hannah Mermelstein, auth., March 2014]

                    Politics, Israel/Palestine

Panocha Platicas: Healing Sex and Sexuality in Community

                    [Sophia Arrendondo, Jessica Henedia, Irene Lara, and Eneru Rodriguez, 2007] (Received from Pati Garcia, participant in the 2013 POC Zine Project RaceRiot! Tour Stop at TAMU)

                    Sexuality, Gender, Latino/a

Pebbly Tar

                    [Abilene, TX: Noel Kalmus, 2012]


PEOPleS #2

                    [New York, NY: Fly, auth., 2004?]

                    Artzine, Perzine

Phases of the Moon #3

                    [Athens, GA: Stacey-Marie Pajak, February 2008]

                    Perzine, Photography

Philosophactivism, vol. #1

                    [Toi Scott, auth.]

                    Race, Politics, Social Justice

Philosophactivism, vol. #2: Queerbomb Edition

                    [Toi Scott, auth.]

                    Race, Queer/LGBT, Social Justice

Pinky's Hip Pocket #2(?)

                      [Ypsilanti, MI: Spring 1991]


Pissy Pants #1

                    [Austin, TX: Brendan Kiefer, 2012]


Pissy Pants #2

                    [Austin, TX: Brendan Kiefer, 2012]


Plumber's Friend #70

                    [Lawrence, KS: Tim Miller, ed., 1999?]


Pony For Now/YOU [split zine]

                    [Australia, undated]

                    Perzine, Artzine

The Prince Zine

                    [Portland, OR: Joshua James Amberson, auth., March 2011] (2nd Edition February 2014]


Psycho.Moto Zine #19 - 21, #23

                    [Antagonist Press: Ethan Minsker, ed., 2012-2014]

                    Artzine, Fiction, Perzine, Reviews

Psychoplasmics Causes Cancer! #4

                    [Houston, TX?: Gabriel Dieter, undated]


Psychoplasmics Causes Cancer! #5

                    [Houston, TX?: Gabriel Dieter, 2012]


Puro Chingon San Antonio Zine

                  [San Antonio, TX: Claudia Elisa Zapata, ed., August 2014]

                  Artzine, Comics, Latino/a

Radical Tales #1

                    [Houston, TX: Darryl V. Lathan, 2005, 2008] – 2 versions

                    Comics, Queer/LGBT

Radical Tales #3

                    [Houston, TX: Darryl V. Lathan, 2006]

                    Comics, Queer/LGBT


                    [Brett James, auth., 2014]


Razorcake #70

                    [Los Angeles, CA: Todd Taylor, ed., October/November 2012]

                    Music (Punk)

Raspa: Queer Latino Literature #1

                    [Austin, TX: Cesar Ramos ed., Fall/Winter 2012]

                    Artzine, Poetry, Queer/LGBT

Read Harder Challenge 2016: A Zine About My Year in Books

                    [NC: Kelly Wooten, auth., January 2017]

                    Perzine, Reviews

Recluse Zine  #9

                    [Columbus, OH: Jill Herbst, ed., Summer 2003]

                    Perzine, Interviews, Reviews

Revelcon's Guide to Raising Your Tribble


                    Science Fiction

Ripples #7

                    [Monte Rio, CA: Trathen Heckman, ed., Winter 2004]

                    Environment, Lifestyle

Robbie and Bobby: A Comics Primer by Jason Poland

                    [Houston, TX: Jason Poland, November 2010]


Screeenprinting At Home



The Seed of Lost Souls

                    [Subterranean Press: Poppy Z. Brite, auth., 1999] Autographed


Selected Notes from an Afro-Genderqueer Philosophactivist 

                    [Austin, TX: Toi Scott, 2012]

                    Perzine, Queer/LGBT, Race

Self-Publishing for A Grade: Zines in the College Classroom

                    [Kelly McElroy, auth., 2014]

                    Zine Culture

Shane #8, Featuring “Happy New Year”

                    [Houston, TX: Shane Patrick Boyle, May 2011]


Sheltered Life #5

                    [Shorewood, WI: Robert Hults, ed., 1995]

                    Music, Reviews, Interviews

Show Me The Money! #1 - 5

                    [Coon Rapids, MN: Tony Hunnicutt, ed., Summer 1999-Summer/Fall 2000]

                    Economics, Anarchism, Politics

Show Me The Money! #30, #34, #36

                    [Minneapolis, MN: Tony Hunnicutt, ed., Fall/Winter 2009, Spring/Summer 2011, Winter/Spring 2012]

                    Economics, Anarchism, Inequality, Politics

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