Cindy Crabb is a trauma therapist and author. Her zine Doris played a central role in the 1990s girl zine movement associated with third wave feminism. Doris drew attention to sexual assault and consent along with myriad other personal and political topics. She grew up in Minneapolis, worked in her late teens at the Institute for Social Ecology in Vermont, spent time in the Bay Area in the ’90’s, and helped nurture the vibrant cultural and political community of Asheville in the mid-late ’90’s before it became the gentrified nightmare that it is today. She currently resides in Pittsburgh, PA.