Greg Fox began making comics at 12 years old, publishing his first strip at age 14 and continuing to illustrate and write comic strips through high school and
college. He received a B.A. from Geneseo College in upstate New York. Immediately following college, he played guitar in several New York-based rock bands, but then jumped into doing comics full-force. His illustration work has appeared in comic books for such companies as Revolutionary Comics, Triumphant Comics, and Marvel Comics. He is also the writer/artist for such comic strips as "Manic Music", (based on his experience in the rock music world), and "An Angel's Story".
Fox's most notable comic strip, "Kyle's Bed & Breakfast", premiered in late 1998. The strip is currently running in a variety of publications across North America, as well as on the web. Fox published the first book collection of Kyle's B&B in September, 2004. The book was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist for "Best Humor Book" of the year in 2005. He was the grand-prize winner of the "Life Without Fair Courts" cartoon contest in 2007, sponsored by Lambda Legal.
A second book collection of Kyle's B&B, "Kyle's Bed & Breakfast: A Second Bowl of Serial",
was published in 2012. The third collection, "Hot Off the Griddle", (marking the comic strip's
change to full color), was published in 2013. "Kyle's B&B Presents; Drawings of Drew", a book of classical-style figure drawings of one of the Kyle's B&B characters, was published
in 2014. The 4th Kyle's B&B collection, "Without Reservations", was published in November, 2015. Fox is currently busily producing new episodes of Kyle's B&B, and working on
several other projects for Sugar Maple Press.
Fox currently resides in Northport, Long Island, New York.
He can be contacted at the following e-mail address:
NEW : Watch an interview with Greg Fox on YouTube from December, 2015,
(Just click on the pic below):
Watch an interview with Greg Fox on YouTube from Summer, 2012,
(Just click on the pic below):
Read an interview with Greg Fox in the Dallas Voice from May, 2012 by clicking here!
SOME OF GREG FOX'S FAVORITE THINGS:
Color: Toss up between Blue, Turquoise, and Purple
Movie: Hard to say, but possibly "Coal Miner's Daughter". Or "Moonstruck". And "Terminator 2" is up there, too!
Musician/Group: As you can see, I'm not good at narrowing things down to just ONE favorite thing! This category is huge, and I need to divide it into sub-categories. '60s/.'70s Classic Rock: Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, Boston, Heart '80s Music: the Cars, Blondie, B-52s, Pretenders, Gang of Four, Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet, Culture Club, Depeche Mode, George Michael '90s Music: Alice in Chains, Stone Temple Pilots, Sheryl Crow '90s/'00s Country Music: Garth Brooks, Faith Hill, John-Michael Montgomery, Patty Loveless, Tim McGraw, Tracy Byrd, Little Big Town
Song: Too many to narrow it down to one, but...."Cowboys and Angels" by George Michael is one of 'em.
Hobbies: Nature-walking, going to Vermont, vegetarian cooking, and (big surprise) comic books!
Restaurant: Any good Health Food or Chinese or Mexican restaurant.
Celebrity Crush: Jason Statham
Fruit Combination: Strawberry-Banana
Salad Dressing: Vinaigrette
Guilty Pleasure: Chili & Cheese Nachos from Tex-Mex Tortilla Grill in Huntington.
Country Hunk: Hmm... probably John Michael Montgomery, (followed closely by Garth Brooks).
Favorite Place to spend Sunday Afernoon: Vermont
Daytime Talk Show: Anderson Cooper
Magazine: Entertainment Weekly, Vanity Fair, the Advocate, and Vermont Life.
His First Big Celebrity Crush: Lee Majors
One Thing he can't live without: God
If he could ask anyone to dance it would be: Garth Brooks
If he could take a different job for a day, what would it be?: Flight Attendant. I love to fly!
Celebrity he'd most like to hang out with: I'd love the opportunity to walk on the beach for an hour with Ann Wilson
of Heart, and just talk about music, art, and life. And thank her for inspiring me!
Favorite Kyle's B&B Character: I can't decide that...they're ALL important to me!
Okay....Sexiest Kyle's B&B Character?: Hmmm....probably Breyer.