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Cindy Crabb is the author of the long running, autobiographical feminist zine Doris, Her new book The Encyclopedia of Doris has just been released. 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 Girls Guide to Taking Over the World: Writing From the Girl Zine Revolution, and is featured in the new academic book Girl Zines: Making Media, Doing Feminism, by Alison Piepmeier. She is the editor of the zines Support, and Learning Good Consent, and is a sexual assault survivor advocate.
Crabb has given speeches and led workshops at the Radcliffe/Harvard Schlesinger library; SUNY University, New Paltz; the University of North Carolina, Asheville; Radical Queer Conference, Columbus Ohio;The Southern Girls Convention; Ladyfest Dayton; The San Francisco Zine Fest, and at numerous community centers and independent bookstores.
She is available for speeches such as "Zines: Self-Publishing and Social Change," "Embracing Feminism, Building Community, and Resisting Violence;" and "Breaking Silence: the Radical Necessity of Telling Our Stories".
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