Legs McNeil

Author and columnist for Vice magazine; co-editor of “Dear Nobody: The True Diary of Mary Rose”

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Legs McNeil is one of the three original founders of the seminal Punk Magazine that gave the movement its name; as well as being a former editor at Spin Magazine and editor-in-chief of Nerve Magazine. His regular column in Vice is read by over two hundred thousand readers each week. He is also co-editor of Dear Nobody: The True Diary of Mary Rose.

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