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*[[Internal Bleedings]] (1990s) three issues. A submission based [[zine]] with the premise that people were to send things [including anonymously] that were not written for publication, such as diary entries.  
 
*[[Internal Bleedings]] (1990s) three issues. A submission based [[zine]] with the premise that people were to send things [including anonymously] that were not written for publication, such as diary entries.  
 
*[[Starzine]] (2000's) six issues. Includes the 'Break Up' issue, mainly about a relationship break-up but also including an account of a job interview for the position of Editor with magazine 'Voiceworks'.  
 
*[[Starzine]] (2000's) six issues. Includes the 'Break Up' issue, mainly about a relationship break-up but also including an account of a job interview for the position of Editor with magazine 'Voiceworks'.  
*[[Delectable]] (c2001), a [[One-Shot|one-off]] collaborative [[zine]] with Kylie Purr, described by Byron as 'kind of our Newie [Newcastle] Pride zine'
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*[[Delectable]] (c2001), a [[One-shot|one-off]] collaborative [[zine]] with Kylie Purr, described by Byron as 'kind of our Newie [Newcastle] Pride zine'
 
*[[Love, Truth And Honesty]] (c2003) a [[zine]] about Byron and Bananarama, and [[Caution]] (2005) a zine with a small print-run between 20-30.
 
*[[Love, Truth And Honesty]] (c2003) a [[zine]] about Byron and Bananarama, and [[Caution]] (2005) a zine with a small print-run between 20-30.
  
 
[[Category:Zinester]] [[Category:Australian Zinesters]]
 
[[Category:Zinester]] [[Category:Australian Zinesters]]

Revision as of 10:58, 29 August 2007

Paul Byron a Newcastle, NSW, Australia based writer and editor of numerous zines, member of Octapod and Director of the National Young Writers' Festival with Tom Cho in 2003.

Bibliography

  • Ventricle (1990s), five issues
  • Internal Bleedings (1990s) three issues. A submission based zine with the premise that people were to send things [including anonymously] that were not written for publication, such as diary entries.
  • Starzine (2000's) six issues. Includes the 'Break Up' issue, mainly about a relationship break-up but also including an account of a job interview for the position of Editor with magazine 'Voiceworks'.
  • Delectable (c2001), a one-off collaborative zine with Kylie Purr, described by Byron as 'kind of our Newie [Newcastle] Pride zine'
  • Love, Truth And Honesty (c2003) a zine about Byron and Bananarama, and Caution (2005) a zine with a small print-run between 20-30.