This issue talks about ways we create lives outside the mainstream structure, how we find and build community, and what that can mean to our ability to survive, heal and thrive. Touring, living with bees, book reviews, how to start a study group. Plus a bunch aboutcommunity accountability models of dealing with sexual assault – both critique and reflection of situations I have been in and what I felt was needed or not needed. Also an interview with the group Support New York and lessons they’ve learned from many years of doing accountability work.
Cindy Crabb is the author of the long running, autobiographical feminist zine Doris and she has written for numerous books and magazines, including We Don’t Need Another Wave: Dispatches from the Next Generation of Feminists, the Utne Reader, Experiencing Abortion: A Weaving of Women’s Words, A Girl’s Guide to Taking Over the World: Writing from the Girl Zine Revolution, and is featured in Girl Zines: Making Media, Doing Feminism. She is the editor of Support and Learning Good Consent and is a sexual assault survivor advocate.
NOTE: There is rust damage near the staples, but no other issues.
32 page black and white digest with color covers
Doris Press, 2013