Library Bonnet

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(New page: '''Library Bonnet''' is a zine created by Tommy Kovak and Julie Fredericksen. Published out of Orange, California, U.S.A., the zine was created to share personal stories from two libr...)
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Alycia Sellie described ''Library Bonnet'' as "[f]illed with gripes, games, and a sometimes twisted sense of humor, this zine is amusing and lighthearted (with dark undertones)."
Alycia Sellie described ''Library Bonnet'' as "[f]illed with gripes, games, and a sometimes twisted sense of humor, this zine is amusing and lighthearted (with dark undertones)."
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A selection from ''Library Bonnet'' was published in volume 6 of [[Zine Yearbook]].
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* [http://www.tommykovac.com/LibraryBonnet.htm Library Bonnet website]
* [http://www.tommykovac.com/LibraryBonnet.htm Library Bonnet website]
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Library Bonnet is a zine created by Tommy Kovak and Julie Fredericksen.

Published out of Orange, California, U.S.A., the zine was created to share personal stories from two library employees. Common themes include discussion of the authors' anxieties and obsessions as well as humorous anecdotes about library politics and frustrations. The zine is liberally illustrated with collaged images and comics.

Alycia Sellie described Library Bonnet as "[f]illed with gripes, games, and a sometimes twisted sense of humor, this zine is amusing and lighthearted (with dark undertones)."

A selection from Library Bonnet was published in volume 6 of Zine Yearbook.

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