Feminist Collections, v.3, no.1 (fall 1981)
Subtitle: Women's Studies Library Resources in Wisconsin. 28p.
FROM THE EDITORS: Women at the ALA annual conference begin planning a national online database service in women's studies. FEMINIST BOOKSTORES IN WISCONSIN: Sistermoon Feminist Bookstore & ArtGallery, Milwaukee, by Karen Voltz. FEMINIST PUBLISHING: The evolution of Rhiannon Press, Eau Claire , by its editor, Peg Lauber. NEW DATABASE SERVICE: The Office of the Women's Studies Librarian-at-Large announces a new Women's Studies Database Service, available to the U.W. System. GUEST EDITORIAL: Angelika Bamner on the National Women's Studies Association , its importance and the current threat to its survival. THE DINNER PARTY COMES TO CHICAGO: forthcoming showing of Judy Chicago's monumental work in Chicago, by Catharina Schimert. NEWS FROM UW-MILWAUKEE. ITEMS OF NOTE: Rare books for women's studies; the National Clearinghouse on Marital Rape. PERIODICAL NOTES: Four new periodicals, with emphases on Asian women, pay equity, international feminism, and women's 1iterature; special issues on women and drama, women's music, lesbians and film, ethnic women writers, Latin American women, women and disabilities, and women's periodicals worldwide; and the cessation of Journal of Women's Studies in Literature. BOOK REVIEWS: Selected Texts in Lesbian Studies, reviewed by Evelyn Torton Beck. The Class vs. Gender Debate in the Latin American Literature, reviewed by Florencia E. Mallon.