Between 1991-1994 in San Diego Andrea Lambert collaborated with others to make several issues of Hot Lunch. With a collaborator in San Diego in 1995 we made Gun Moll. Between 1994-1999 in Portland Lambert produced six issues of Bedtime Stories for Trivial Teens. In 2001 in San Francisco she made the one-off Backcomb Backtalk. With a collaborator in Los Angeles came General Wuzhery and Paranoid Zine. Lambert contributed to Drivers Side Airbag, Fuck this Noise, Ocho y Media, and Curves: a collection of women in their twenty-somethings in san fran. All of these are currently out of print or in private collections like the Sarah Dyer Collection at Duke University. There is an ephemerality to the zine medium which charges it both with value and a sense of loss.
- Review of “Bedtime Stories for Trivial Teens,” Punk Rock Academy, March 26, 2008
- Kelly Wooten, “Women’s Zines in the Sarah Dyer Zine Collection”, Masters Paper in Library Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, July, 2002
- Julie Chu, “Navigating the media environment: How youth claim a place through zines.” Social Justice, vol. 24. 1997
- “Statements from zinesters on why they make a zine,” Global Mail’s “How to Make a Zine,” zinebook, 1995
- “Bedtime Stories for Trivial Teens,” Duke University, Sallie Bingham Center for Woman’s History and Culture, Sarah Dyer Collection, Durham, NC., 1985-2005