Niall McGuirk

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'''Niall McGuirk''' is a [[zinester]] from Dublin, Ireland.
'''Niall McGuirk''' is a [[zinester]] from Dublin, Ireland.
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[[React]] was a [[freesheet]], released between 1990 and 1997, whose aim was to publicise  [[DIY]] independent [[punk]] concerts, as well as the music and zine scenes, in Dublin during that time. Approximately 35 issues were released while it was published.
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Niall's first zine was created in 1984 and was called [[Whose Life Is It Anyway?]]. Six issues of the zine were published before Niall went on to his next zine.
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After this zine, Niall created the [[Veganism|vegan]] cookbook and documentary book of the Dublin punk music scene  entitled ''Document - A Story of Hope''. It was released in the U.S. as ''Please Feed Me: A Vegan Cookbok''.
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This was entitled [[Sketch]] and the first issue was released in 1989. Three issues appeared.  
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==Zines==
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[[React]] was a [[freesheet]], released between 1990 and 1997, whose aim was to publicise  [[DIY]] independent [[punk]] concerts, as well as the music and zine scenes, in Dublin. Approximately 35 issues were released while it was published.
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During the run of this publication Niall also released [[No Way Referee/Wide]], which was a football [[fanzine]] that appeared from 1994 till 1997. Six issues were published.
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After publishing these zines, Niall created the [[Veganism|vegan]] cookbook and documentary book of the Dublin punk music scene  entitled ''Document - A Story of Hope''. It was released in the U.S. as ''Please Feed Me: A Vegan Cookbook''.
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==Zines==
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*[[No Way Referee/Wide]]
*[[React]]
*[[React]]
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*[[Whose Life is it Anyway?]]
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*[[Sketch]]
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*[[Whose Life Is It Anyway?]]
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--Books==
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==Books==
*''Document - A Story of Hope'' (U.S. title ''Please Feed Me: A Vegan Cookbook'')
*''Document - A Story of Hope'' (U.S. title ''Please Feed Me: A Vegan Cookbook'')
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[[Category:Zinester|McGuirk]]
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==External links==
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*[http://www.abolitionist-online.com/interview-issue03_punk_niall.mcguirk.shtml An Interview with Niall McGuirk on the connections between Punk Music, Community, Art, Activism and Vegan Food]
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*[http://www.loserdomzine.com/images/interview%20pdfs/React.pdf An Interview with Niall McGuirk Early 1998 about the Hope Collective and React]
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[[Category:Zinester|McGuirk]][[Category:Author|McGuirk]]

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Niall McGuirk is a zinester from Dublin, Ireland.

Niall's first zine was created in 1984 and was called Whose Life Is It Anyway?. Six issues of the zine were published before Niall went on to his next zine.

This was entitled Sketch and the first issue was released in 1989. Three issues appeared.

React was a freesheet, released between 1990 and 1997, whose aim was to publicise DIY independent punk concerts, as well as the music and zine scenes, in Dublin. Approximately 35 issues were released while it was published.

During the run of this publication Niall also released No Way Referee/Wide, which was a football fanzine that appeared from 1994 till 1997. Six issues were published.

After publishing these zines, Niall created the vegan cookbook and documentary book of the Dublin punk music scene entitled Document - A Story of Hope. It was released in the U.S. as Please Feed Me: A Vegan Cookbook.

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Books

  • Document - A Story of Hope (U.S. title Please Feed Me: A Vegan Cookbook)

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