I donated my RG-related material (mostly zines and correspondence) through 1996 to the Riot Grrrl Collection at the Fales Library. Here is an interview with senior archivist Lisa Darms about the project. I grabbed the photo of the “SNARLA IN LOVE” cover from Rozalia Jovanovic’s article which included a slideshow of Riot Grrrl-era feminist zines from, I think, Goteblüd/Matt Wobensmith’s collection. SNARLA was a six-issue zine that Miranda July and I made in the early-mid ’90s. The ET drawing is the original artwork that became the cover of my zine “The Opposite, Part I” and the orange drawing is part of page 25. The photos of the flat-copy of “Artaud-Mania!” and “the Kathleen Hanna Newsletter” addressed to me are from Jenn Pelly’s flickr, they were taken at the Fales Library. Check out that link for pictures of Kathleen’s magic file cabinet!
I’ve corresponded with a few scholars regarding my donation to the archive and I think we can look forward to some insightful new writing about Riot Grrrl. In the meantime, for those interested in its history (particularly the Olympia-DC chapters and the bands Bikini Kill, Bratmobile and Heavens to Betsy) Sara Marcus has written a very readable and well-researched book called Girls to the Front: the True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution. I reviewed it for Bookforum.