Goth zines
Writing from the dark underground, 1976–92
in Ripped, torn and cut
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This chapter explores the emergence of goth zine culture through three different zines: Panache, Whippings and Apologies and Propaganda. The main objective is to address the ways in which goth subculture evolved from its underground origins in the late 1970s to the early 1990s, focusing in part on how goth zines moved from DIY and amateur production to an aesthetic which was much more glossy and mainstream

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