That was then: The view in 1996

"It is run solely by volunteers which perhaps explains why its massive retrospective cataloguing project is behind schedule… The library has perhaps taken on more than it can hope to achieve: it also runs a publishing programme currently comprising 13 titles"

Chris Atton in Alternative literature: a practical guide for librarians (Gower, 1996)

Ah, the olden days when we only had thirteen pamphlets. The list now stands at something like thirty-eight! And besides the natural time lag as things come in, we don't even have a cataloguing backlog any more. At least, not of English-language material. Sadly, the catalogue would probably take up too much space to print in the bulletin, at least if we want anything else mentioned in the next ten years!