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'''Finding Datura''' was a [[zine]] edited by Robert R. Monroe.
 
'''Finding Datura''' was a [[zine]] edited by Robert R. Monroe.
  
The zine was primarily focused on independent media, especially goth and punk bands.  The last issue was number 3, published in summer 2005.
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The zine was primarily focused on independent media, especially goth and [[punk]] bands.  The last issue was number 3, published in summer 2005.
  
 
==Issues==
 
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* [http://findingdatura.com/zine/zine_issues.html Excerpts from all three issues]
 
* [http://findingdatura.com/zine/zine_issues.html Excerpts from all three issues]
  
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Latest revision as of 10:37, 6 March 2010

Finding Datura was a zine edited by Robert R. Monroe.

The zine was primarily focused on independent media, especially goth and punk bands. The last issue was number 3, published in summer 2005.

Issues

  • 1. Interviews with Green Andy, Freeze Etch, and MJB. Plus a discussion of dollarcd.com and music reviews.
  • 2. Interviews with the Dresden Dolls and Destro von Doom, thoughts on four CrimethInc. books, and zine and music reviews.
  • 3. Short fiction piece by Rob Monroe, political opinion, and zine making tips. Music, movie, book, and zine reviews.

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