Staff for July 1998 Issue



Ian Koss

Features Editor

David Lee Beowülf

Associate Editor

Julio Diaz


Advertising Director

Robert Wilson (813.837.1834)

South Florida Operations Manager

Michelle Harris (954.561.4144)

Account Executives Georgia

Nora Ahman (404.817.3225)

Butch Walker


Art Director

Francis P. Dreyer III

Production manager

DeeAnn Jennings


Linda Hartmann, Miguel Senisse, John Vetter


Craig Coleman


Eileen Cannaday



Dave Mitchell, Charles DJ Deppner


Phil Bailey, Seth Brody, Susan Paige Kelly, Karen Kopacz, Stacy Mathis


Dave Aftandilian, Rob Archer, Phil Bailey, David Lee Beowülf, Chad Bidwell, Kurt Channing, Mark Chester, David A Clark, Tony Coulson, Michael Crown, Mike Cuccaro, Holly Day, Charles D.J. Deppner, Terry Eagan, Jason Feifer, S.D. Fitzpatrick, Ed Furniture, Bing Futch, Bing Futch, Carl Glaser, Phillip Haire, Milo Hendricks, Drew Id, Carole Jaszewski, George Jegadesh, S. Kern, Brian Kruger, Dave Liljengren, Sarah Ludwig, Randy Luna, Jim MacLaren, James Mann, Patrick Lewis Manne, Keith Mercer, Carlos Mosqua, Paulo O’Callaghan, Jason Plender, Marshall Presnell, Cindy Rivers, Jason Rockhill, Jen Ryan, Gregory Schaefer, Joel Shaughnessy, Brian Shelley, David Lee Simmons, Matt Thompson, Edward Tywoniak, Anton Wagner/Warner, Michael Welch, drew West, Gail Worley


George Alfero, José Alfero, Everett Allison, David A Clark, Justin Coppolino, Charles DJ Deppner, Cindy Herndon, Cinda L. Holsombach, Brian Kruger, Tony Landa, Cindy Proctor, Marc Tomestic, Jimi Tritten


Brett Martin, Mitch Kwaitkowski


Photograph by Emmett Martin;

Design by Francis P. Dreyer III


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