Iron Fist: Wait, that’s no purse! Doop, where the hell did you steal the Shaman’s bag from?Doop: I borrowed it. For arrangements.Iron Fist: That’s a cultural object! And it’s Canadian! You can’t just borrow it!From A + X #5 by Kathryn Immonen and David Lafuente.

Iron Fist: Wait, that’s no purse! Doop, where the hell did you steal the Shaman’s bag from?
Doop: I borrowed it. For arrangements.
Iron Fist: That’s a cultural object! And it’s Canadian! You can’t just borrow it!

From A + X #5 by K
athryn Immonen and David Lafuente.

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jennafreedman:

Serendipitous Alphabetizing
(Cross-posted from Facebook, because I don’t think I have much overlap in readership.)
Today in Library of Congress Subject Heading subdivisions applied to zines held in the Barnard Zine Library…
In cataloging a zine made by Hannah Mermelstein, I added the New-to-Us LCSH Israel-Arab War,1948-1949 and subdivided it Destruction and pillage. When I added Destruction and pillage alphabetically to my spreadsheet, it fell under Description and travel, which I think is appropriate.

jennafreedman:

Serendipitous Alphabetizing

(Cross-posted from Facebook, because I don’t think I have much overlap in readership.)

Today in Library of Congress Subject Heading subdivisions applied to zines held in the Barnard Zine Library

In cataloging a zine made by Hannah Mermelstein, I added the New-to-Us LCSH Israel-Arab War,1948-1949 and subdivided it Destruction and pillage. When I added Destruction and pillage alphabetically to my spreadsheet, it fell under Description and travel, which I think is appropriate.