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Tinsel & Drag: Issue 1

  1. London. A5 booklet, mostly black and white. Front cover: bright pink background. Subject matter: “Cretinous comix for the slacker generation.”

The Egg Issue

1 zine. Subject matter is female reproduction, fertility and other issues affecting women in a sexual/physical way.

Riot Grrrl London: Issue 1

  1. London. A4 booklet, stapled in the corner. Front cover: image of a woman with dark lipstick. Feminist essays, rants and rioting. Subject matter: riot grrrl, feminism, women, music, interviews, reviews.

Sophie

Red Hanky Panky: Issue 5

  1. London. A5 booklet, stamps, drawing, handwriting, print, collage, photography. Front cover: lots of little faces. Subject matter: Comics, Humour, Vaginas, Flu, Gender, Pride, Queer, Bisexual, Dreams, International women’s day.

Rachael House

Records of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group

Series contains material relating to the establishment, management, activities, and eventual closure (c.1996) of Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group. Includes meeting agendas and minutes, newsletters, annual reports, correspondence, flyers, posters, leaflets, press cuttings, message books, workers' logbooks, commissioned research, and more.

Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group

Papers of Barbara Burford

  • GB 1534 BB
  • Fonds
  • 1976 - 1988

This collection contains records relating to the life of Barbara Burford, including drafts of literary works, research notes, professional and personal correspondence, photographs, memorabilia and cassette tapes.

Burford, Barbara (1944-2010)

Lucilla Andrews Archive

  • GB 1534 GB 1534 LA
  • Collection
  • 1884 - 2005

This collection contains papers relating to Lucilla Andrews' writing career. Includes; publishing contracts and correspondence, novels both bound and unbound, poetry, newspaper clippings, papers relating to writing school.

Lucilla Andrews, 1919-2006, romance novelist

London Women's Centre

Series contains material relating to London Women's Centre, Wesley House, 4 Wild Court, London. Includes correspondence, annual reports, press releases, meeting agendas & minutes, briefings, grant funding information literature, women's health leaflets, flyers for women's events and campaigns, policy documents, a feasibility study for London Women's Centre, and more.

Series also includes two files of material pertaining to the voluntary sector in London, including the London Voluntary Service Council, London Voluntary Sector Forum, and material from Greater London Council voluntary and grants committees.

London Women's Centre

Girl Cult: Volume 3, Issue 1

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c1997, no date. London “in the middle of the world’s largest androgynous zone, Middlesex where men are men and so are women and vice versa”. Larger than A5. Some use of colour, mostly black and white. Subject matter: Comic, Erotica / smut, Agony aunt (“how does a naked girl stash some emergency cash when naked or nearly so?”), Poetry, Prose, Cosmetics, Personal essays.

Joan Brennan

Ceasefire

1991, London. Various contributors. Larger-than-A5 format. Front cover: lilac background, cartoon image of tv on top of a body, with skull inside, reads "adjust your sense of reality." Black and white content. Subject matter: comic strips written and drawn entirely by women.

Cath Tate

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