Jeff Fox

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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]]. Only two issues were produced. 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]
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[http://www.100words.net/cranky/html/crank6/crank6_fox.html "Dumb Like a Fox" by Jeff Koyen]
 
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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. Only two issues were produced. Fox now publishes a similar magazine called Barracuda.

External Links

Barracuda Magazine official website

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