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"Hi, I'm Paul.  I'm 34 and live in the sweaty south of Texas.  I'm looking for penpals into the occult, the paranormal or fringe areas of music including: avant-garde electronica, dark ambient, black ambient, etc. along with…"
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Issue 3 Contents

Not done yet, but Issue 3 will contain the following:La Santisma Muerte (the Most Holy Death)Dolls that Play with HumansThe Highgate Vampire:  Finding Loopholes in Vampire BitesThe Religious/Spiritual Significance of Abandoned BuildingsA Letter of CommentZine, Music, Book Reviews and other ContactsSee More
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"working on issue 3. Will contain shorter articles, with a few longer ones. Will also contain related contacts and a LOC."
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"the question i asked is not about mourning in cemeteries. it is about grief rituals that we do, they can take place anywhere. the zine will focus on cemetery art and death culture. "
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"Okay Paul.  I'll get another package together and mail it out tomorrow.  I have no idea what could have happened.  But no problem.  I don't mind sending another."
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"good hear from u my friend, yes the zine was received and read and we are mailing out the next issue this week. Stay in touch, peace......"
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"they do that where I am too.  I was waiting on a $250 night vision camera.  Very agonizing."
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"Paul, I'm at: James N. Dawson P.O. Box 950 Spokane, WA  99210 I wrote you a long letter and sent you a bunch of zines a few weeks ago.  Did you get them?  Hope so."
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Address:  Paul Latour

Arcane Angles Zine

P.O. Box 6851

Kingwood, TX 77325-6851

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Issue 3 Contents

Posted on May 2, 2015 at 11:46pm 0 Comments

Not done yet, but Issue 3 will contain the following:
La Santisma Muerte (the Most Holy Death)
Dolls that Play with Humans
The Highgate Vampire:  Finding Loopholes in Vampire Bites
The Religious/Spiritual Significance of Abandoned Buildings

A Letter of Comment

Zine, Music, Book Reviews and other Contacts

headache

Posted on April 27, 2015 at 12:22am 0 Comments

wrangling with the concept of abandoned buildings, altered states, the spiritual/religious significance of space and decaying structures

daily life seems dull...regular body processes seem tedious.

Posted on January 16, 2015 at 8:26pm 3 Comments

daily life seems dull...regular body processes seem tedious.

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Brief Update

Posted on December 30, 2014 at 6:27pm 0 Comments

Zine #3 hasn't even been worked on, though I have some ideas.  One thing I'm definitely covering is Santa Muerte, or Saint Death as she is called.  I love researching and writing but the Christmas season has left me drained and overworked due to the type of work I do (one of many reasons this time of year makes me grumble). 

I got some more ghost hunting gear and will soon be investigating a haunted mansion, and during spring break I will be investigating an abandoned haunted…

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At 11:19am on February 1, 2015, missmuffcake said…

the question i asked is not about mourning in cemeteries. it is about grief rituals that we do, they can take place anywhere. the zine will focus on cemetery art and death culture.

At 7:18pm on January 26, 2015, James N. Dawson said…

Okay Paul.  I'll get another package together and mail it out tomorrow.  I have no idea what could have happened.  But no problem.  I don't mind sending another.

At 12:57pm on January 26, 2015, Epiphany Publishing said…

good hear from u my friend, yes the zine was received and read and we are mailing out the next issue this week. Stay in touch, peace......

At 2:59pm on January 25, 2015, James N. Dawson said…

Paul,

If it hasn't arrived by tomorrow, Monday, I'll start gathering together what I sent before and have it in the mail by Tuesday.  Yes, I did do the letter on a computer, so I can send you another.  Junk Zine #9 won't be out for a while yet, but your letter and my reply will be in that.

Talk to you soon,

James

At 6:35pm on January 19, 2015, James N. Dawson said…

Paul,

I'm at:

James N. Dawson

P.O. Box 950

Spokane, WA  99210

I wrote you a long letter and sent you a bunch of zines a few weeks ago.  Did you get them?  Hope so.

At 9:05am on January 5, 2015, Cheering and Waving Press said…

Wanna trade?

At 10:37pm on December 28, 2014, Steven Hughes Purkey said…
Hey Paul, got you a package made up & will send it on out next trip to the Post Office..which will be Wednesday. Thankx for the trade, I assure you it will be worth the wait! Hail Satan & all that jazz...
At 6:44am on November 30, 2014, gG iRKALLA said…

thanks for getting in touch.I do have occult-related zines. "the sun shines underground"  is a personal zine ive been doing since the age of 16 which recently featured an issue about a trip to peru in which i took ayahuasca 7 times. My current major project is Up the Witch Punx which is about the crossover between those two cultures, but judging from your works I probably dont need to explain much more coz you prolly already know what im talking about. i would love to do a trade. im doing some photocopying on monday. i can send you issue 2 part 1.

At 2:45pm on November 8, 2014, fishspit said…

and oh! oh! what address do i send my wiseblood too?  i also always ask if you need a donation.  i don't work . . . . i don't do shit . . . .but i still end up with money here and there and i send it on to people who put out zines . . . 

this shit's expensive!!!

ha ha ha . . . 

cheeres . . . .fisthspit. 

At 2:14pm on November 8, 2014, fishspit said…

ah hell . . . it would be a pleasure to trade with you. My zine is about . . . . a little of everything . . . drinking, fighting, fucking . . . . goin' to jail and a cat named Pip  . . .  she's 17 years old . . . she lived with me on a bench for four goddamned years.  

I've written a lot of wisebloods and it'll take me some time to dig them out, but i think i got some stories you'd really dig.   One is about a baby hippo i met and who saved my life and the other is about shit dissapearing and then coming back . . .

so o.k. . . . do i have your addresss?  I'll post the first chance i get . . . 

bless you . . . 

fishspit. 

 
 
 

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