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May, 2016

  • 15 May

    Natasha Cox: International and Unpredictable

    I have been writing for Carpe Nocturne for a fairly long time now, and I have had the privilege of meeting some amazing artists. When I decided to reach out to Natasha Cox for an interview, I did so as a fan as much as I did a writer. When she …

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  • 9 May

    THE ART OF GOTHIC – Interview with author Natasha Scharf

    Natasha Scharf is a writer, author, DJ, and broadcaster. She is the founder of Meltdown magazine and is well known in the UK Alt scene. Scharf has recently released a new book called The Art of Gothic that goes into detail about the Gothic culture, the music that compliments it, the important people involved with …

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  • 6 May

    WEAVENS’S WORLD – A Journey with Fantasy Hair

    Steven Noss aka Weaven Steven is a hair designer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has completed a project he has been working on for about 3 1/2 years; a coffee table book titled Weaven’s World A Journey with Fantasy Hair. Weaven’s World anthologizes the innovations and dramatic flair of acclaimed ‘weavologist’ …

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  • 4 May

    Creating Your Niche In Bellydance

    The roots of bellydance in the Middle East run so deep that the origins of this dance are speculative. Styles of bellydance are historically associated with Egypt, Turkey, and Lebanon, as well as ancient Greece and Rome. There is little reliable evidence about the exact beginnings of bellydance but it’s …

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  • 3 May

    The Filthiest Woman Alive – An Interview with Scarlett Storm

    Scarlett Storm may very well be the strangest performer you may ever get the chance to witness. Burlesque dancer, tattoo model, movie actress, and circus freak are just a few of the talents she lists on her decade long resume. No matter what she does, you can expect it to …

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April, 2016

  • 15 April

    Volume XI Spring 2016

    Sci-Fi themed Spring 2016 issue includes Criss Angel, Joe Black, Alston Stephanus, Valentina Azul, Lady Tigra, Sci-Fi Boudoir, Dr. Who, Drone Vision, Male Makeup, 2016 Sci-Fi Gaming Preview, CD Reviews, Movie Reviews and much more! Carpe Nocturne is the preeminent digital and print publication to feature the alternative subculture and …

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  • 12 April

    The Hammer Trinity

    “Engaging…highly theatrical!” – The Miami Herald “The Hammer Trinity is the kind of play that can, and will, inspire excitement in audience members!” – Miami New Times Written by Nathan Allen & Chris Mathews Directed by Nathan Allen The theatrical event of the year! The Hammer Trinity is a 3-plays-in-1-day epic …

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  • 9 April

    Prometheus: The Evolution of a Mythos

    Modern prequels to films that have created a universe of their own have had a rough go of it, specifically one that has as unique a universe as Ridley Scott’s Alien series. I’m not even sure that I could name a horror prequel (or reboot for that matter) that’s been …

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  • 8 April

    Misrepresentation in the Alternative Community: Life as Being a Goth of Color

    This is a topic that everyone has always seemed to look over and never really pay attention to. When you see pictures of alternative people in magazines, on the internet, or on T.V., you all see that they are white people most of the time. There is rarely enough representation …

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  • 8 April

    Interview with artist Alan Washburn

    CN: First could you introduce yourself to our readers? Alan: My name is Alan Washburn. I am a freelance graphic designer and digital artist working in Reno, Nevada, though I serve clients from all around the country. I don’t have any formal education experience in the form of art school …

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