New zines! The scandalous story of women’s cycling!

Friday, July 23, 2021

Special Collections & Archives recently purchased items from Microcosm Publishing, an independent publishing source for books and zines discussing subjects such as DIY skills, gender, self-care, and social justice.

Women on Wheels: The Scandalous Untold Histories of Women in Bicycling by April Streeter is a feminist history of bicycling for sport and adventure. Among the zines purchased are Indigenous Noms: Cakes and Treats from Turtle Island by Faith G. Harper and How to Start a Feminist Restaurant by Alexandra Ketchum. See the Library catalogue for further information on these and all of SCA’s holdings.

Front cover of Women on WheelsFront cover of Indigenous NomsFront cover of How to Start a Feminist Restaurant

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