Risteria was a science fiction fanzine by Paula Gold.
Risteria was published in the 1970's in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in August 1976.
Issue 2 appeared in October 1976, and features front cover art by Terry Jeeves (ERG); interior art by Sheryl Birkhead (The National Fantasy Fan), Marla Gold, Paula Gold and Jeeves. Contents include an editorial by Gold; a report on recent travels, including a trip to Chicago's Windycon; Gold's report on the 1976 Worldcon, titled "Big Mac" follows: Marla Gold contributes "Marla's Corner," with winners of the "Scribble." Contest. The letter column includes letters from Linda Emery, Reed Andrus (Harbinger), Mike Glicksohn (Xenium), Ben Indick (Ibid), Vicki Imrugia, Jodie Offut, and Terry Jeeves.
Issue #4 was released in March 1977, and the last issue, #6, was released in 1977. It was an Apazine, distributed through the Fantasy Amateur Press Association.
In Rune #54, of November 1978, Carol Meiner reviews Risteria and says of issue #6, "Personalzine, mimeo. A few pages of welcome personal news from a talented writer, plus contributions from a few friends."
Paula Gold was also one of the editors of Quantum.