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Doris: an Anthology

Doris is a perzine created by Cindy Crabb. It covered topics such as gender roles, sexual abuse, anarchism, and the author's personal musings. Doris was featured in Volume Five and Volume Seven of Zine Yearbook.


Anthologies

  • Doris: an Anthology 1991-2001 was issued by Microcosm Publishing in Portland, Oregon, USA. It contains most of the first eighteen issues.

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