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Red Hanky Panky: Issue 7

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

Rachael House

Immaculate Deception

1992, London. Various contributors. Larger-than-A5 format. Front cover: orange background with cartoon image of the virgin Mary and child. Black and white content. Subject matter: comic strips written and drawn entirely by women.

Carol Bennett

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

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

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

Fanny

1991-1993. London. Various contributors. Larger-than-A5 format, glossy colour cover, black and white content. Subject matter: comic strips written and drawn entirely by women.

Cath Tate

Girl Cult

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

Red Hanky Panky

1997-1999. London. A5 booklets, stamps, drawing, handwriting, print, collage, photography. Subject matter: Comics, Humour, Vaginas, Flu, Gender, Pride, Queer, Bisexual, Dreams, International women’s day.

Voyeuse

1991, London. Various contributors. Larger-than-A5 format. Front cover: green background with cartoon image of two women smiling. Black and white content. Subject matter: comic strips written and drawn entirely by women.

Carol Bennett

Research reports on women

Research reports, including: Market & Opinion Research International ‘Women in London’ research report for Greater London Council (GLC) Women’s Committee Support Unit (Jan 1986); summary of report, written by Tim Burns & Sarah Matthews (Feb 1986); Market & Opinion Research International ‘Women in London’ research report for GLC Women’s Committee (1986).

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