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Zom Prom Mom

  1. Kirsty Logan donation. A7 booklet, purple and grey text on front with a small plastic pumpkin stuck on. Subject matter: poetry, art, visual poetry.

Kirsty Logan

Zine Collection

  • GB 1534 ZN
  • Collection
  • 1991 - 2017

Fanzine collection dating from the 1990s to present day. Zines in the collection cover a range of topics from feminism, politics, culture, literature, sexuality, mental health, and body image.

Glasgow Women's Library (GWL)

You've Never Heard Such Sounds in your Life: Issue 2

  1. Birmingham. A6 booklets, multi-coloured pages. Mostly black and white print text. Subject matter: Music, Recipe, Cycling, music reviews and interviews (the petals), creative writing, greek indie pop bands.

You've Never Heard Such Sounds in your Life: Issue 1

  1. Birmingham. A6 booklets, multi-coloured pages. Mostly black and white print text. Subject matter: Music, Recipe, Cycling, music reviews and interviews (the petals), creative writing, greek indie pop bands.

You've Never Heard Such Sounds in your Life

  1. Birmingham. A6 booklets, multi-coloured pages. Mostly black and white print text. Subject matter: Music, Recipe, Cycling, music reviews and interviews (the petals), creative writing, greek indie pop bands.

Your Rights: A Legal Information Pack for Abused Women Leaflets

A series of Scottish Women's Aid publications that are "a series of leaflets designed to explain the legal rights of women in Scotland who have been abused physically, mentally, or sexually by the men they live with. It also outlines how a woman may use these rights to protect herself from this abuse. They are written for women themselves but are also an invaluable resource for anyone advising abused women in the course of their work."

1/No. 1: Introduction, Abused Women and the Law
2/No. 2: Your right to protection from violence in your own home
3/No. 3: Your right to remain in, or return to, your own home
4/No. 4: Your right to put your abusive partner out of your home
5/No. 5: Your right to continuing protection from a violent partner
6/No. 6: Your right to alternative accommodation
7/No. 7: Your right to keep your family home
8/No. 8: Your right to custody of your children
9/No. 9: Your right to a divorce
10/No. 10: Your right to financial help from your partner
11/Your Rights: A Legal Information Pack for Abused Women Request Form

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