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Feast of the Purple Beast
by Jack Moskovitz

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An inside look at the world of the small town radio disk jockey, done in the fast-paced, snappy writing style of Jack Moskovitz.

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Jack Moskovitz

Jack Moskovitz lives in the Midwest with his life consort, Ms. Johnnie Mae Hawkins. Thirty years as a radio deejay, appearances in two independent films and local live theater led nowhere.

Read "A Fresh Hell," a feature article in The Omaha Reader on Jack and Satan & Son (available on site for free reading), in the 12 May 2002 issue online.




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