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Blush, Steven 1962-

BLUSH, Steven 1962-

PERSONAL:

Born September 13, 1962, in New York, NY; son of Jack (a printer) and Harriet (a social worker) Blush. Education: George Washington University, B.A., 1984.

ADDRESSES:

Office—24 Fifth Ave., Suite 405, New York, NY 10011. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

Seconds (magazine), New York, NY, publisher, 1986-2000; Don Hill's, New York, NY, record announcer and booking agent, 2000—.

WRITINGS:

American Hardcore: A Tribal History, Feral House (Los Angeles, CA), 2001.

Second Coming: The Most Intense Interviews from Seconds Magazine, Feral House (Los Angeles, CA), 2003.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

PERIODICALS

Booklist, December 1, 2001, Mike Tribby, review of American Hardcore: A Tribal History, p. 621.

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