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'''Niacin''' was a [[zine]] from Dublin, Ireland.  
 
'''Niacin''' was a [[zine]] from Dublin, Ireland.  
  
'''Niacin''' was written by Ciaran Walsh who used to write [[Scream]] fanzine. Around four issues were released between 1999 and 2003. The zine contained articles, [[comic]]s and artwork. It also had interviews with bands Estel and Red Monkey. Ciaran also has been involved in organising the [[Forgotten Zine Archive]] in which around a thousand zines were collected and housed at several locations but currently housed at the Seomra Spraoi collective space in Dublin. Together with Anto of [[Loserdom]] zine, Ciaran organised the Zine Show in July 2006 which was an exhibition of zines. Also he was involved in organising Ireland’s part in the Bienneal exhibition in Italy, where a section of Irish zines were represented.  
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'''Niacin''' was written by [[Ciaran Walsh]] who used to write [[Scream]] fanzine. Around four issues were released between 1999 and 2003. The zine contained articles, [[comic]]s and artwork. It also had interviews with bands Estel and Red Monkey. Ciaran also has been involved in organising the [[Forgotten Zine Archive]] in which around a thousand zines were collected and housed at several locations but currently housed at the Seomra Spraoi collective space in Dublin. Together with Anto of [[Loserdom]] zine, Ciaran organised the Zine Show in July 2006 which was an exhibition of zines. Also he was involved in organising Ireland’s part in the Bienneal exhibition in Italy, where a section of Irish zines were represented.  
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Along with Niacin and Scream, Ciaran has also published the zines [[Rent Day]] and [[Auto Suggestion]]
  
 
== External links ==  
 
== External links ==  

Latest revision as of 18:24, 1 December 2007

Niacin was a zine from Dublin, Ireland.

Niacin was written by Ciaran Walsh who used to write Scream fanzine. Around four issues were released between 1999 and 2003. The zine contained articles, comics and artwork. It also had interviews with bands Estel and Red Monkey. Ciaran also has been involved in organising the Forgotten Zine Archive in which around a thousand zines were collected and housed at several locations but currently housed at the Seomra Spraoi collective space in Dublin. Together with Anto of Loserdom zine, Ciaran organised the Zine Show in July 2006 which was an exhibition of zines. Also he was involved in organising Ireland’s part in the Bienneal exhibition in Italy, where a section of Irish zines were represented.

Along with Niacin and Scream, Ciaran has also published the zines Rent Day and Auto Suggestion

External links

website of Ciaran Walsh