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Imagine you’re at a flea market or in a library. You target some juicy old book, open it and…find out it’s filled with personal notes and doodles on the pages’ margins. Ever happened in real life? If you’re one of those people who value books as a sacred objects and

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Even with the collected knowledge of generations literally at our fingertips, there’s something to be said for the printed word. It’s undeniably exciting to page through a 600-year-old vellum-bound manuscript, knowing it will outlive you and everyone you know. And while it doesn’t really matter if wisdom comes from the

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Oliver Sheppard, who I’m sure many know as one of Cvlt Nation’s best writers, recently published his second poetry book Thirteen Nocturnes! This book is quite a specimen to behold. When I first received my copy, I could tell instantly it would fit perfectly on my bookshelf among the Anne

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Musician and poet Davey Bales of LA-based The Wraith (previously of Richmond, VA based bands Shadow Age and Lost Tribe) recently released issue three of his Dead Flowers poetry series! Accompanied by macabre black and white art, the 24-page zine showcases a solid collection of Davey’s best poems. This issue

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The new album from trio Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins, and Diva Dompe as Poptone, appropriately titled Poptone LP is being released on Cleopatra Records on June 8 of this year! You definitely don’t want to miss the band’s new tour promoting the former Bauhaus members’ latest release. You can pre-order

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As we all in the U.S. face an uncertain future in terms of a controversial change in management, some of us have developed some anxiety over many aspects of our lives. Things like censorship that seemed a distant impossibility now look slightly more probable, as what was thought impossible became reality. Best to

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