Emerson Dameron

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From 2001-06, he contributed reviews to [[Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press]]. He published three issues of [[Wherewithal]] from 2004-06. In February 2006, Dameron co-founded the Chicago Underground Library. In May 2006, he performed as part of the [[Perpetual Motion Roadshow]].
From 2001-06, he contributed reviews to [[Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press]]. He published three issues of [[Wherewithal]] from 2004-06. In February 2006, Dameron co-founded the Chicago Underground Library. In May 2006, he performed as part of the [[Perpetual Motion Roadshow]].
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==Bibliography==
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==Zines==
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* [[Pyramid Scheme]]
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* [[A Separate Piece]]
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* [[Sticky's Fun Factory]]
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* [[Eggs]]
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* [[Blimp Action]]
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* [[Kazoo]]
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* [[Mortality]]
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* [[Wherewithal]]
* [http://vocalo.org/search/node/dameron Emerson Dameron on Vocalo radio]
* [http://vocalo.org/search/node/dameron Emerson Dameron on Vocalo radio]
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===Columns (online)===
 
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* [http://www.fallofautumn.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=120&Itemid=48 Kicking Ass & Hating Yourself: A Guide to Naming Your Zine]
 
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* [http://www.fallofautumn.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=106&Itemid=66 Possibilities in Amatuer Music Writing]
 
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===Contributions===
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==Contributions==
* [[The 2nd Hand]]  
* [[The 2nd Hand]]  
* [[The Banana King]]
* [[The Banana King]]
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* [[Zine World]]
* [[Zine World]]
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===Podcasts/Audio Recordings===
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==Podcasts/Audio Recordings==
* "Fire" read in June of 2006 for the [[Zinester Podcasts]] series.
* "Fire" read in June of 2006 for the [[Zinester Podcasts]] series.
* "Me And The Big Fella" read in January of 2006 for the [[Zinester Podcasts]] series.
* "Me And The Big Fella" read in January of 2006 for the [[Zinester Podcasts]] series.
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===Zines===
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==Columns (online)==
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* [[Pyramid Scheme]]
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* [http://www.fallofautumn.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=120&Itemid=48 Kicking Ass & Hating Yourself: A Guide to Naming Your Zine]
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* [[A Separate Piece]]
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* [http://www.fallofautumn.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=106&Itemid=66 Possibilities in Amatuer Music Writing]
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* [[Sticky's Fun Factory]]
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* [[Eggs]]
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* [[Blimp Action]]
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* [[Kazoo]]
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* [[Mortality]]
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* [[Wherewithal]]
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==External Links==
==External Links==
* [http://dameron.wordpress.com/ Official site]
* [http://dameron.wordpress.com/ Official site]
* [http://underground-library.org Chicago Underground Library]
* [http://underground-library.org Chicago Underground Library]
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[[Category:Zinester|Dameron]] [[Category:Diatribe Media Member|Dameron]] [[Category: Chicago Zinesters|Dameron]]
[[Category:Zinester|Dameron]] [[Category:Diatribe Media Member|Dameron]] [[Category: Chicago Zinesters|Dameron]]

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Emerson Dameron
Emerson Dameron

Emerson Dameron (born June 16, 1978) is a zinester and columnist. Since 2003, he has lived in Chicago, Illinois and changed his address frequently.

Dameron co-founded the Chicago Underground Library with Nell Taylor in February 2006.

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Biography

Emerson Dameron was born in June of 1978 in Nebo, NC. Dameron made his first zine at the age of seven, although he did not know the term.

He has also lived in Asheville, NC and Athens, GA. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Georgia.

His early favorite was Crank zine, written by Jeff Koyen.

Dameron's first published works came in 1996-97, in the NC zines C and gANK, followed by his first professional writing appearing in 1999, for the Athens, GA alt-weekly Flagpole.

From 2001-06, he contributed reviews to Zine World: A Reader's Guide to the Underground Press. He published three issues of Wherewithal from 2004-06. In February 2006, Dameron co-founded the Chicago Underground Library. In May 2006, he performed as part of the Perpetual Motion Roadshow.

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Podcasts/Audio Recordings

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