Website: Kyle's Bed And Breakfast
Bio: Greg Fox is the creator of Kyle's Bed & Breakfast, a comic strip about a gay B&B in the suburbs, that is currently running in numerous gay publications across North America, as well as online, at the official Kyle's Bed & Breakfast website, as well as on the Out In America cities network of websites. Sexy, addictive, sometimes shocking and laugh-out-loud true, Kyle's Bed & Breakfast is the ongoing story of a group of somewhat neurotic, often gorgeous, and always interesting gay men sharing their lives, their ambitions, and one extremely cramped bathroom. Gay newsmagazine The Advocate named Kyle's Bed & Breakfast's web home as one of their "Hot Websites." It has also been featured in Genre and Instinct magazine, and also written about in The New York Times and in Newsday. In late 2004, the first collected edition of Kyle's Bed & Breakfast was published by Kensington Books. The book was a finalist in the humor category in the 2005 Lambda Literary Awards.
Greg has done work for comic book publishers as well, including Doctor Chaos for Triumphant Comics, Baseball Superstars and Rock 'n' Roll Comics for Revolutionary. He also did one job for Marvel, NFL Quarterback Club.
He also was the creator of the comic strips Manic Music, An Angel's Story, and Rock the House.
He currently resides in Northport, Long Island, NY, and in his spare time, (what there is of it!), enjoys classical figure drawing of the male figure, which can now be seen at www.gregfox.net
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