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'''Black Sunday''' is a zine edited and published by Katie Dirge.
 
'''Black Sunday''' is a zine edited and published by Katie Dirge.
 
   
 
   
The first issue was released in September 2011. The zine comes out quarterly and is a non fiction zine dedicated to the culture and entertainment of horror and the occult, and is interested to new and well known heavy metal bands from around the world. It also covers new and classic horror movies featuring spotlights and essays on particular films. Issue two was released in November 2011.
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The first issue was released in September 2011. The zine comes out quarterly and is a non fiction zine dedicated to the culture and entertainment of horror and the occult, and is interested in new and well known heavy metal bands from around the world. It also covers new and classic horror movies featuring spotlights and essays on particular films. Issue two was released in November 2011.
  
 
The zine came about when editor Katie Dirge realized that there were some good horror and heavy metal magazines but there was nothing out there in the way of a zine that people could easily contribute to, and so ''Black Sunday'' was born.
 
The zine came about when editor Katie Dirge realized that there were some good horror and heavy metal magazines but there was nothing out there in the way of a zine that people could easily contribute to, and so ''Black Sunday'' was born.

Revision as of 14:32, 4 January 2012

Black Sunday
Issue Two

Black Sunday is a zine edited and published by Katie Dirge.

The first issue was released in September 2011. The zine comes out quarterly and is a non fiction zine dedicated to the culture and entertainment of horror and the occult, and is interested in new and well known heavy metal bands from around the world. It also covers new and classic horror movies featuring spotlights and essays on particular films. Issue two was released in November 2011.

The zine came about when editor Katie Dirge realized that there were some good horror and heavy metal magazines but there was nothing out there in the way of a zine that people could easily contribute to, and so Black Sunday was born.

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