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Richard Monteiro was an Editor at Future Publishing, before founding Paragon Publishing in 1991.

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Richard began at Future Publishing as the new Technical Editor on Amstrad Action issue 15. After 18 issues he left to help launch new Future publication ST / Amiga Format. He later went to Newsfield Publications to edit the later issues of The Games Machine. In 1990, Richard formed the company Words Works Limited in Trowbridge with his own editorial team and produced Raze under subcontract from Newsfield Publications. In 1991 Richard, along with another ex-Future Publishing staff member Dianne Taverner, co-founded Paragon Publishing, holding the title Managing Director. Key titles published during the 1990s included Sega Pro, Play, XGen and Games World: The magazine.

Magazine careerEdit

Amstrad Action

  • Technical Editor

ST / Amiga Format

  • Technical Editor (Jul 1988 - )
  • Editor

ST Format

  • Editor

Amiga Format

  • Disk Editor

The Games Machine

  • Editor

Raze

  • Editor (Nov 1990 - )

Contributor to:-

ArticlesEdit

ST Amiga Format Issue 1 - (July 1988)

  • The Choice is Yours - 4 pages (27-29,31)
  • Pro Sound Designer - 2 pages (78-79)
  • Back to Basics - 3 pages (86-88)

ST Format Issue 1 - (August 1989)

  • Story Time - 4 pages (13-16)

ST Format Issue 3 - (October 1989)

  • Power Packed - 2 pages (14-15)
  • Music: Any Sound you Want - 2 pages (110-111)

ST Format Issue 4 - (November 1989)

  • Inside the '90s ST - 4 pages (15-18)
  • Review: Megafile 44 - 82% - 1 page (42)

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