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Pagan Writers Community
Interview with Joseph Vargo about The Gothic Tarot.
Pagan Writers Community
Interview with Christine Filipak about Madame Endora's Fortune Cards.
Darkfaery Subculture Magazine
No rest for the wicked. Joseph takes a few moments to answers some questions about his dark art and music.
Metaekdotiki Mystery Magazine January 2011
A popular mystery magazine from Greece rings in the New Year with Joseph Vargo.
Nox Arcana premieres in Italy. Buy issues
An interview with Joseph Vargo for Nox Arcana in a Serbian magazine.
Fantasy Art Magazine October 2009
Feature article about Joseph Vargo in China's most popular
fantasy art publication.
Fantastik Edebiyat August 2009
A fantasy magazine in Turkey interviews Joseph Vargo about his artwork, writing and music.
Lili's Lair July/August 2009
interview with Joseph Vargo
about Nox Arcana's Blackthorn Asylum
CD, and with Christine Filipak
about Madame Endora's Fortune Cards
Ideology of Madness June 2009
Joseph talks about Blackthorn Asylum
Horror 101 February 2009
Joseph Vargo talks about The Legend of Darklore Manor and Other Tales of Terror.
Center January 2009
Interview with Joseph Vargo for Nox Arcana
Gothic Gateways October 2008
Joseph Vargo talks about Pirates, Plunder and Phantoms of the High Seas.
The Day October 2008
Interview with Joseph Vargo for Nox Arcana.
Metafysiko April 2008
Interview with Joseph Vargo for a Greek publication.
Halloween Database August 2007
Interview with Joseph Vargo for all things spooky.
Perspectives May 2007
Interview with Joseph Vargo, and editor's review of Carnival
of Lost Souls.
Features an editorial on Nox Arcana and Monolith Graphics.
Interview and artwork feature on Joseph Vargo in the premiere
Interview with Nox Arcana.
Feature on Michelle Belanger and Blood of Angels.
Music Street Journal September 2006
Interview with Joseph Vargo about Nox Arcana origins, new projects
like "Blood of the Dragon," plus... Vargo lets the
cat outta the bag on "Shadow of the Raven."
Flames Rising September
Interview with Joseph Vargo about art, music and upcoming music releases.
The Perch May 2006
An interview with Joseph for Nox Arcana's Carnival of Lost
and other Monolith goodies.
This magazine from Greece features a 5-page interview and feature
on Joseph Vargo, his artwork, the music of Nox Arcana, and the
gothic realm of Europe. Translated from Greek.
Legends Magazine February
Read a featured interview with Joseph Vargo, as he discusses
art, music and more.
Space Junkies January 2006
Interview with Joseph and William in Canadian webzine.
This heavy metal magazine from Austria interviews Joseph Vargo.
Some really good stuff here. Translated from German.
Nuked Metal October 2005
The "Real Deal" 20 questions with Nox Arcana.
This feature on Joseph Vargo covers his many talents as artist,
author and composer.
Fortunes September 2005
Article about Madame Endora's Fortune Cards.
Femme Fortunes (pt. 2) September 2005
Christine talks about Madame Endora's Fortune Cards and ancient
OOR Magazine June
Joseph Vargo discusses the Necronomicon in this magazine from
the Darkside May 2005
A feature and interview with Joseph and Christine about The Gothic
Music Street Journal February 2005
Interview with Joseph Vargo about the Necronomicon cd.
The Gaming Report
Archived at Geekcentricity December 2004
Joseph talks about Nox Arcana's Necronomicon cd, and speaks candidly
about his experiences with previous band Midnight Syndicate.
Music Extreme July
Interview with Nox Arcana for Darklore Manor in this magazine
Interview with Nox Arcana for Darklore Manor.
Vampir May 2003
Joseph talks about The Gothic Tarot to this magazine from
Interview with Joseph Vargo about The Gothic Tarot
Articles on Joseph Vargo's artwork and The Gothic Tarot.
Happy Halloween October 2001
Joseph & Christine talk about gothic art, and music,
Halloween, and future projects.
Interview with Midnight Syndicate. A good source for a history
of Joseph's earlier project and his concept of creating a classical
The Realm October
An article on Joseph Vargo's art gallery, The Realm.
art gallery (now just a fond memory) was the first and only of
it's kind in Cleveland that catered specifically to an after-dark crowd.