The Encyclopedia Of Doris

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Cindy Crabb's new book offers stories, essays and interviews from 2001 to 2011. Inside are issues 19-28 of the beloved and internationally distributed, feminist, autobiographical zine Doris, along with a bunch of never before published writing.

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Crabb writes with an inspiring level of honesty and compassion, exploring subjects like consent, feminism abortion, death, self-image, creativity, shyness, queer identity, addiction, and anarchism in ways that embrace the complexities each issue holds.

Living in the margins of a society whose ethical priorities she finds abhorrent, Crabb's journey takes her through the riot grrrl-girl gangs of the mid-'90s. She finds her anger and her singing/screaming voice, finds ways to deal with the loss of her mother due to alcoholism, struggles with her own addiction and mental health issues, helps to start a women and transgender resource center, lives in shacks and warehouses, and documents it all with a fierce tenderness that draws readers in and holds them gently, allowing them to explore the intricacies of their own lives.

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Author Cindy Crabb
Publisher Doris Press
Page Count 322pp
Publication Size 5.25 x 7.75
Publication Notes Softcover, b/w
Publication Date August 2011
ISBN 978-098125518

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