Juice Magazine

Juice Magazine

"Juice Magazine", founded in 1975 in Oakland, California, is a Poetry and Art publication, edited and published by poet/editors Judy Brekke and Stephen Morse. It has published works by a wide range of poets, including Hugh Fox, John Bennett, Gene Fowler, and many other poets from the Small Press scene of the 1970s. There are 7 printed editions of "Juice".

The print versions gave way in the 1990s to a combination of online and CD versions of "Juice", under the [http://juice-press.com/poetry "Juice Online"] label.

" Juice Magazine", - Pools, Pipes & Punk Rock... There is also a print and web-based skateboard magazine called " Juice Magazine", founded in 1993, in Wrightsville Beach, NC, which now has offices in Los Angeles, CA and New York, NY. Juice Magazine specializes in coverage of skateboarding, surfing, music, skatepark builders, pools, pipes, parks, artists, photographers, skate legends, surf legends, skate rock, punk rock, rock n roll, metal, hardcore and in-depth features on the icons of skateboarding, surfing and music. Since 1993, Juice Magazine has been independently owned and operated with a philosophy of making the best magazine every time.

"Juice Magazine" staff:
*Publisher/Editor/Owner - Terri Craft,
*Assistant Editor - Dan Levy,
*Skate Editor - Jim Murphy,
*Features Editor - Steve Olson,
*Features Editor - Jay Adams,
*Features Editor - Christian Hosoi,
*Features Editor - Dave Duncan,
*Surf Editor - Jeff Ho,
*Features Editor - Herbie Fletcher,
*Features Editor - Dibi Fletcher,
*Features Editor - James O'Mahoney,
*Staff Photographer - Ted Terrebonne,

External links

* [http://juicemagazine.com JuiceMagazine.com]

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