about Douglas Markowitz

Douglas Markowitz is a writer and journalist covering art, music, travel, and culture. Currently based in Miami, his work has appeared in Burnaway, Miami New Times, American Way, and Time Out among others. He previously served as culture editor at Phoenix New Times.

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