Elegia

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Artists appearing included Kim Traub, and Timothy Renner.
Artists appearing included Kim Traub, and Timothy Renner.
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Writing was by Clint Catalyst, John Grey, R. Monk Habjan, Chad Hensley, Anke Kriske ([[Doppelganger]]), [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Miroslaw Lipinski, John Navroth, [[Wilum Pugmire]], Jacie Ragan, Octavio Ramos, Jr., Jeffrery Stadt, Jeffrey Thomas, Scott Thomas, Don Webb, Leilah Wendell ([[Undinal Songs]]), Thomas Wiloch, and others.
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Writing was by Clint Catalyst, John Grey, R. Monk Habjan, Chad Hensley, Anke Kriske ([[Doppelganger]]), [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Miroslaw Lipinski, John Navroth, [[Wilum Pugmire]] ([[Visions of Khroyd'hon]]), Jacie Ragan, Octavio Ramos, Jr., Jeffrery Stadt, Jeffrey Thomas, Scott Thomas, Don Webb, Leilah Wendell ([[Undinal Songs]]), Thomas Wiloch, and others.
Leon Wild,  reviewer for [[The Ninth Night]], said, "This sumptuous magazine is much more than a neo-goth zine. It is a literary milestone for dark aesthetics."
Leon Wild,  reviewer for [[The Ninth Night]], said, "This sumptuous magazine is much more than a neo-goth zine. It is a literary milestone for dark aesthetics."

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

Subtitled, "A Journey Into The Gothic", seven issues of this small press release appeared in the 1990s, and ending in 1995. The editor stated that the zine was named after the New Order song, Elegia. It was published in Ventura, California. U.S.A., and contained Gothic tales, poetry, essays, art, and articles.

Volume 1, #2 (1993) was a special Miroslaw Lipinski issue; Volume 1 #4 appeared in FallWinter 1992-1993; Volume 2, #2 was the Noir Grimoire issue; Volume 2, #3 featured the poetry of Scott Thomas.

Artists appearing included Kim Traub, and Timothy Renner.

Writing was by Clint Catalyst, John Grey, R. Monk Habjan, Chad Hensley, Anke Kriske (Doppelganger), D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Miroslaw Lipinski, John Navroth, Wilum Pugmire (Visions of Khroyd'hon), Jacie Ragan, Octavio Ramos, Jr., Jeffrery Stadt, Jeffrey Thomas, Scott Thomas, Don Webb, Leilah Wendell (Undinal Songs), Thomas Wiloch, and others.

Leon Wild, reviewer for The Ninth Night, said, "This sumptuous magazine is much more than a neo-goth zine. It is a literary milestone for dark aesthetics."

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