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EDITORIAL

Publisher

Ian Koss

Features Editor

David Lee Beowülf

Music Editor

Julio Diaz

ADVERTISING & OPERATIONS

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

ARTWORK & PRODUCTION

Art Director

Francis P. Dreyer III

Production Manager

DeeAnn Jennings

Design

Linda Hartmann, Miguel Senisse, John Vetter

ONLINE

Craig Coleman

Additional Design

Eileen Cannaday

CONTRIBUTORS

Illustration

Dave Mitchell, Charles DJ Deppner

Photography

Susan Kelly, Frank Mullen, Cindy Rivers, Susan M. Snider

Contributors

Phil Bailey, David Lee Beowülf, Chad Bidwell, Brian Carpenter, Andrew Chadwick, Kurt Channing, Mark Chester, David A Clark, Tony Coulson, Mike Cuccaro, Holly Day, Charles D.J. Deppner, Susan Durling, Jason Feifer, Marcel Feldmar, Michael Fellowes, Lips Fresno, Ed Furniture, Bing Futch, Jorge C. Galban, Steven Garnett, Celeste Giraud, Carl Glaser, Phillip Haire, Milo Hendricks, Drew Id, George Jegadesh, Brian Kruger, Randy Luna, James MacLaren, James Mann, Brett Martin, Larry Martin, Tyson Meade, Keith Mercer, Carlos Mosqua, Marshall Presnell, Cindy Rivers, Matthew Schaefer, Jap-Lover Monkeyboy Schaefer, David Lee Simmons, Sam Thorpe, Richard T. Thurston, Bryan Tilford, Carrie Tucker, Edward Tywoniak, Felizon Vidad, Anton Wagner/Warner, Jeremy Wernow, drew West, David Whited, Gail Worley

Distribution

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

Interns

Brett “Spray Monkey” Martin, Mitch Kwaitkowski

ON THE COVER

Artwork by Dave Mitchell. Coloring by Charles DJ Deppner. Composition by Francis P. Dreyer III.

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South FL Advertising,

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Georgia Advertising,

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