Gothic Beauty

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Gothic Beauty
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Editor-in-Chief Steven Holiday
Frequency Quarterly
Circulation 14,000
Publisher Steven Holiday
First issue October 2000
Country USA
Based in Portland, Oregon
Language English
ISSN 1533-841X

Gothic Beauty is an American magazine established by editor Steven Holiday in the fall of 2000 after the success of the Internet social group of the same name.[1] Gothic Beauty covers numerous aspects of underground culture including fashion, music, events and various forms of entertainment. Issues have included interviews with such Goth and Goth-friendly musicians as Alice Cooper, Diamanda Galás, KMFDM, Rasputina, Midnight Syndicate and Peter Murphy. Also featured are interviews with fashion designers and other icons of the gothic and alternative subcultures, and myriad music reviews. Their main office is located in Portland, Oregon.[2]

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  1. ^ Goth beauty is in eye of beholder — but advice is plentiful The Seattle Times. 16 February 2007.
  2. ^ "A Piercing Look At Goth Culture And Fashion" The Washington Post. 22 January 2007.

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