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'''Jeff Fox''' is a writer, publisher and ex-[[zinester]] living in Los Angeles, CA. He gained minor fame as the publisher of [[Die, Evan Dando, Die]], a zine inspired by a backlash against the popularity of the rock band Lemonheads. He later collaborated with [[Crank]] publisher [[Jeff Koyen]] to produce the glossy men's magazine [[Hollywood Highball]], which rapidly foundered when Fox and Koyen fell out. Fox now publishes a similar magazine called [[Barracuda]].
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'''Jeff Fox''' is a writer, publisher and ex-[[zinester]] living in Los Angeles, CA. He gained minor fame as the publisher of [[Die, Evan Dando, Die]], a zine inspired by a backlash against the popularity of the rock band Lemonheads. He later collaborated with [[Crank]] publisher [[Jeff Koyen]] to produce the glossy men's magazine [[Hollywood Highball]]. Fox now publishes a similar magazine called [[Barracuda]].
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
[http://www.barracudamagazine.com/ Barracuda Magazine official website]
 
[http://www.barracudamagazine.com/ Barracuda Magazine official website]
 
[http://www.100words.net/cranky/html/crank6/crank6_fox.html "Dumb Like a Fox" by Jeff Koyen]
 
  
 
[[Category:Zinester|Fox]]
 
[[Category:Zinester|Fox]]

Revision as of 16:50, 21 January 2008

Jeff Fox is a writer, publisher and ex-zinester living in Los Angeles, CA. He gained minor fame as the publisher of Die, Evan Dando, Die, a zine inspired by a backlash against the popularity of the rock band Lemonheads. He later collaborated with Crank publisher Jeff Koyen to produce the glossy men's magazine Hollywood Highball. Fox now publishes a similar magazine called Barracuda.

External Links

Barracuda Magazine official website