What I saw from where I stood

What I saw from where I stood.
Falmouth, ME : the author, [2007?]
[38] p. ill. ; 22 cm
Subjects (Genre)
In the first half of this zine, the author details driving a car that runs on recycled vegetable oil on a road trip with a volunteer group to help clean up New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. She talks about the safe handling of black mold, how to kill it, and herbal remedies for coughing and urinary tract infections that can be caused by mold. She also describes her reactions to losing Meg, a member of the volunteer crew, and includes a history of Meg's life, their friendship, grief, and thoughts on life and death. The second half of the zine includes a letter to the author's friend in drug rehab, DIY maternity pants and nursing bra instructions, feelings about her young daughter and eating placenta, thoughts on getting an IUD birth control device, being a straightedge parent in the punk community, and pregnancy and body image.
Cover title.
Gift of Sarah Rose, donated in 2011.
Gift of Celia C. Perez, donated in 2012.
Book Book
Acquired On
September 1, 2012
Available from:
Loading holdings... Ajax-indicator
Unable to load. Retry?
Loading holdings... Ajax-indicator
Unable to load. Retry?
Virtual Shelf Browse
Full Screen

Loading browse list. Ajax-indicator

Unable to load. Retry?