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Jon Moskowitz

Jon Moskowitz is a writer and editor who lives in Manhattan. His work has appeared in Interview Magazine, The Forward, New York Press, Encore Magazine, Fatherly, Ladders.com and Vivascene.com. In addition to being a former book editor and CD music club scribe, he is a sound collector and extremely amateur digital archivist. He is, regrettably, not the guy behind the classic 2006 mash-up album “Blue Eyes Meets Bed-Stuy.”

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