The Library's catalog, Orbis, provides access to collections material across the Yale University Library. Below is a list of recently cataloged Beinecke Library acquisitions that are now available in the catalog.
September 6, 2016
Morning, noon, and nighttime, too : poems / selected by Lee Bennett Hopkins ; illustrated by Nancy Hannans.
Sisters and college students Sarah and Jeni Kennedy write about music, feminism, and riot grrrl issues such as power and privilege. They interview a tattoo artist, discuss the Girl Con held in Omaha, and review bands including Tribe 8 and Urge. The zine utilizes magazine cut-outs, clip art, and handwritten entries. Issue 2 discusses religion and their parents, and Issue 3 contains writing about breast size and Jeni being a 20-year-old virgin.
Chicago, IL : The authors.
BEINECKE (Non-Circulating) Technical Services in process: 2016 S90
Emily K. Larned, a Wesleyan College alumna who is now a Brooklyn based artist begins this perzine in high school and continues it through most of college. While many of her interests stay the same - thrift shops, music, art, and vegan/vegetarianism, as she grows older, she comes into her own as an artist and writer, interspersing original sketches and comics about her life, her friends, and her purchases with short stories and drawings, moving away from the original riot grrrl themes. Early issues are mostly typed, and she chooses several different sizes and formats for her writing that also includes essays on indie rock, New York City, and the Bennington College summer high school program. There are also zine reviews and soundtrack listings. Issue 12 features the first hand drawn cover, which later becomes a fixture of the zine, and in issue 17, she moves from the East Coast to Lawrence, Kansas, to take a semester off from Wesleyan.
Stamford, CT : The author.
BEINECKE (Non-Circulating) Technical Services in process: 2016 S91