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Book Title: Gothic Charm School: An Essential Guide for Goths and Those Who Love Them|
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The author of the book: Jillian Venters
Edition: William Morrow Paperbacks
Date of issue: June 23rd 2009
ISBN 13: 9780061669163
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An essential, fully illustrated guidebook to day-to-day Goth living
There's more to being a Goth than throwing on some black velvet, dyeing your hair, and calling it a day (or a night). How do you dress with morbid flair when going to a job interview? Is there such a thing as growing too old to be a Goth? How do you explain to your grandma that it's not just a phase?
Jillian Venters, a.k.a. "the Lady of the Manners," knows how to be strange and unusual without sacrificing politeness and etiquette. In Gothic Charm School, she offers the quintessential guide to dark decorum for all those who have ever searched for beauty in dark, unexpected places, embraced their individuality, and reveled in decadence . . . and for families and friends who just don't understand.
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Read information about the authorJillian Venters was a fairly spooky and morbid child. When she discovered the existence of the whole Gothic subculture, she clapped her hands with glee and fell upon it like a babybat upon a box of Count Chocula cereal. Since then, the Lady of the Manners has spent a not inconsiderable amount of time trying to gently persuade others in her chosen subculture that being a polite Goth is much, much more subversive than just wearing t-shirts with "edgy" sayings on them. She lives in Seattle.
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