Marc Spitz

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Marc Spitz (born October 2, 1969) is a music journalist, author and playwright. Spitz's writings on rock n' roll and popular culture have appeared in Spin (where he was a Senior Writer) as well as The New York Times, Maxim, Blender, Harp, Nylon and the New York Post. He is currently the music blogger for Vanity Fair and a regular contributor to the British music magazine Uncut.

Spitz is the author of the novels, How Soon Is Never, and Too Much, Too Late and the biographies The Untold Story of LA Punk (with Brendan Mullen), Inside the Turbulent Life, Times and Music of Green Day, A Biography and Rebel, Rock Star, Rambler, Rogue. He appears in the anthologies: The Encyclopedia of Ex-es, Howl: A Collection of the Best Contemporary Dog Wit and Rock N’ Roll Cage Match: Music’s Greatest Rivalries Decided. His books have been translated and published in French, German and Dutch.

Spitz has been an acclaimed "Downtown" playwright since emerging from the Ludlow Street scene around Todo Con Nada in 1998. His other theatrical work includes Retail Sluts, The Rise and Fall of the Farewell Drugs, “...Worry, Baby,” The Hobo Got Too High, I Wanna Be Adored, Shyness Is Nice, Gravity Always Wins, The Name of This Play is Talking Heads, Your Face Is A Mess, A Marshmallow World and Up For Anything. Shyness Is Nice was selected and anthologized as one of NY Theatre’s Best Plays of 2001, and its opening monologue appears in the Applause anthology One One One: Best Men’s......
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