Elegia

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'''Elegia''' was a literary fanzine devoted to the Gothic by Marie Buckner.  
'''Elegia''' was a literary fanzine devoted to the Gothic by Marie Buckner.  
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Subtitled, "A Journey Into The Gothic", six issues of this small press release appeared in the 1990s. It contained Gothic tales, poetry, art, and articles.
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Subtitled, "A Journey Into The Gothic", six issues of this small press release appeared in the 1990s. The editor stated that the zine was named after the New Order song, ''Elegia''. It contained Gothic tales, poetry, art, and articles.
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Volume 1, #2 was a special Miroslaw Lipinski issue.
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Volume 1, #2 was a special Miroslaw Lipinski issue;
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Volume 2, #3 featured the poetry of Scott Thomas
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Volume 2, #2 was the Noir Grimoirs issue;
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Volume 2, #3 featured the poetry of Scott Thomas.
Artists appearing included Kim Traub, and Timothy Renner.
Artists appearing included Kim Traub, and Timothy Renner.
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==External Links==
==External Links==
*[http://presentsofmind.wordpress.com/2008/11/24/my-gothic-nostalgia-part-1/ Marie Buckner on starting her zine '''Elegia'']
*[http://presentsofmind.wordpress.com/2008/11/24/my-gothic-nostalgia-part-1/ Marie Buckner on starting her zine '''Elegia'']
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*[http://sevenmillionrockstars.blogspot.com/2011/02/elegia-new-order.html Marie Buckner on naming her zine '''Elegia''']
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Revision as of 07:28, 18 January 2012

Elegia was a literary fanzine devoted to the Gothic by Marie Buckner.

Subtitled, "A Journey Into The Gothic", six issues of this small press release appeared in the 1990s. The editor stated that the zine was named after the New Order song, Elegia. It contained Gothic tales, poetry, art, and articles.

Volume 1, #2 was a special Miroslaw Lipinski issue; Volume 2, #2 was the Noir Grimoirs issue; Volume 2, #3 featured the poetry of Scott Thomas.

Artists appearing included Kim Traub, and Timothy Renner.

Poetry was by Clint Catalyst, Chad Hensley, Miroslaw Lipinski, and others.

External Links

Retrieved from "http://zinewiki.com/Elegia"
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