Queer Madness

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Issue three features a six page article on Bela Lugosi by Gary Dorst, with accompanying illustrations by David Billman and Allen Koszowski. Also included is a collage story by Michael Roden, that features hand drawn elements and hand lettered text.  
Issue three features a six page article on Bela Lugosi by Gary Dorst, with accompanying illustrations by David Billman and Allen Koszowski. Also included is a collage story by Michael Roden, that features hand drawn elements and hand lettered text.  
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Other artists featured in ''Queer Madness'' include David Vosburgh and Maurice Squidd.
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Other artists featured in ''Queer Madness'' include David Vosburgh and Maurice Squidd. Other writers included [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[Young Tyrone]].
This zine was distributed by the Apa "The Esoteric Order of Dagon".
This zine was distributed by the Apa "The Esoteric Order of Dagon".

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Queer Madness is a zine by Wilum Pugmire.

Queer Madness was released in the 1980s, although the date given on the cover is 1781, as was Wilum Pugmire's custom in dating his zines.

Issue three features a six page article on Bela Lugosi by Gary Dorst, with accompanying illustrations by David Billman and Allen Koszowski. Also included is a collage story by Michael Roden, that features hand drawn elements and hand lettered text.

Other artists featured in Queer Madness include David Vosburgh and Maurice Squidd. Other writers included Jessica Amanda Salmonson (Young Tyrone.

This zine was distributed by the Apa "The Esoteric Order of Dagon".

Wilum Pugmire also produced the zines Midnight Fantasies, Old Bones and Punk Lust, among others.

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