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 From: Maria Elena Raymond <73113.1362@CompuServe.COM> It seems a likely move to contact Ruby Rohrlich and ask her about her mention of such a paper. You can reach her at email@example.com Best wishes, Maria Elena * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *  From: willis <firstname.lastname@example.org> Lucindy Willis To be honest I have no idea of the paper's name. Someone last week emailed to this list and mentioned that part of her review was published in New York City's Women's newspaper. I just assumed that was the title. I hope I am sending this to the correct person. Are you saying that the newspaper is not NYCW but Off our Backs? Lucindy * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *  From: Nancy Marie Robertson <nmr1675@is4.NYU.EDU> *Off our backs* is published out of DC. The most recent New York City women's newspaper was called *Womanews* and, while I think it is now defunct, it was around long enough to probably show up in RLIN. (It may even still be in print, but I haven't seen it for a while). This answer assumes that you are looking for a "woman's" paper and not a specifically lesbian paper. In which case there would be other possibilities. There have been several other newspapers--most of them short lived, some like *Majority Report* lasted for a long time (but not until the 1980s). Good luck. Nancy Marie Robertson email@example.com