J.C. Gabel

Independent Producer

J.C. Gabel is an editor and writer based in Los Angeles. He started his career in publishing at the age of 19 with STOP SMILING, "The Magazine for High-Minded Lowlifes," which began as a "zine," and developed into a full-color bi-monthly magazine, published regularly for 15 years. Gabel is a regular contributor to the Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Paris Review, and Playboy, among other publications. 

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