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Guide to the Sheila Heti Riot Grrrl Collection
1994-1997
 MSS 366

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Creator: Heti, Sheila, 1976-
Title: Sheila Heti Riot Grrrl Collection
Dates [inclusive]: 1994-1997
Abstract: Sheila Heti is a Canadian writer and author of the novels Ticknor and How Should a Person Be? and the story collection The Middle Stories. While Heti was still a teenager, she was asked by Random House to compile an anthology of writing by young women. The Sheila Heti Riot Grrrl Collection represents the zines, poetry and artwork that she solicited for the book, as well as the letters she received from the young women who submitted their work. It covers the years 1994-1997. Random House later decided not to publish the book.
Quantity: 2.0 linear feet
Call Phrase: MSS 366