The Fales Collection at New York University's Bobst Library houses the Riot Grrrl Collection, an archive of zines, journals, artwork, correspondences, and other documents from the movement spanning 1989-1996. It features contributions from Bikini Kill/Le Tigre's Kathleen Hanna, Le Tigre's Johanna Fateman, Bratmobile's Molly Neuman, and more.
Now there's good news for those unable to visit the archive in person. On May 5, The Feminist Press will publish a book collecting reproductions of many of its zines, posters, and other printed matter. The book is edited by Fales senior archivist Lisa Darms, who launched the collection (and also lived in Olympia throughout the 1990s). It includes an essay by Le Tigre's Fateman, who donated her zines and writings
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