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Issue 37 now available

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Issue 37 is now available in stores. Grab it at Barnes & Noble, Hastings, F.Y.E., Suncoast, Chapters (Canada), Walden Books, Book World, Sheltam Books and Copperfield's Books.

We're excited to announce the world-wide release of Issue 37!

Here are a few features in this issue you won't want to miss...


222 Fashion Feature

TwoTwentyTwo designer Christine Lunday had been working in retail for six years after graduating from FIDM with a degree in fashion design, keeping her head above water but not really thrilled with her visual merchandising job. In 2010 she decided she’d had enough of being a “worker ant” and started to refocus on her creative skills.

222 Clothing


The Immortal Legacy Of Dark Shadows 

Before there was Buffy, True Blood, and Twilight, the nation met its first full-fledged vampiric-obsession with the Dark Shadows TV series.  Premiering on June 27, 1966, Dark Shadows was the world's first undeniably-gothic soap opera.

Dark Shadows


Dark Drive Clinic Music Interview

Perhaps best known for his extensive body of production work and involvement with 4AD’s seminal project This Mortal Coil, John Fryer has embarked on a whole new adventure with Dark Drive Clinic.

Dark Drive Clinic


Urban Threads Feature

The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) movement has exploded in recent years. There are countless blogs and books on the subject, and even a television channel devoted entirely to DIY projects. But DIY has been a major part of the goth and punk lifestyle from the beginning.

Urban Threads


Grab Issue 37 at Barnes & Noble, Hastings, F.Y.E., Suncoast, Chapters (Canada), Walden Books, Book World, Sheltam Books and Copperfield's Books. Subscribe or order this issue from us directly. Prefer digital instead? Digital editions are available from Zinio.

Featured writer

Marissa Phillips

Marissa Phillips

Marissa is a writer, fashion blogger, jewelry designer, and radio personality. Ever since discovering her brother's Siouxsie and the Banshees cassette tape in her parent's attic in her early teens, Marissa's heart has been devoted to dark clothes, creepy kids, and punk rock.

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