Here's the bio of the author and here's an interview with her about her book, Fanzines, conducted by the Birmingham Zine Festival.
Here's a quote from that interview:
Wow!! How brilliant. I'm so completely amazed. Apparently there will be a book launch here in London on Monday, September 20and I plan to attend. Maybe others would be interested in attending too. I'll post more details when I hear about them.Teal Triggs wrote:What are your favourite fanzines and why?
This is an unfair question! With so many different kinds of zines out there and so many different authorial points of view, it is hard to choose a favourite handful. But if I had to say, I have a strong interest in feminism, so a lot of my collection is focused on early feminist and the more recent riot grrrl fanzines. There is such an honesty and passion to what these women are writing about as well as a playfulness in how they design their publications. What’s not to like about them?