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Chris Campion

CHRIS CAMPION is a British author, journalist, ghostwriter, filmmaker, editor, and music producer, living in Joshua Tree, CA.


His writing, exploring the extremes of popular culture, as well as its beating heart, has been published in The Guardian, Los Angeles Times, The Telegraph, The Times, Rolling Stone, Bizarre, Dazed & Confused, Vice, and other places.

He is the creator and ghost-writer of The Juliette Society (Grand Central), a satirical erotic novel about a deep state secret society, published worldwide in 25 countries and 20 languages, and optioned by Fox for a feature film adaptation, the co-writer of Some New Kind of Kick (Hachette), a memoir by guitarist Kid Congo Powers, and the author of Wolf King, a forthcoming biography of John Phillips of the Mamas & the Papas.

As founder of the boutique label, Saint Cecilia Knows, he produced reissues of albums by singer-songwriters Mickey Newbury and Scott Fagan, and proto-punk band Jack Ruby, as featured in the Martin Scorscese-produced HBO series, Vinyl.

Photo: Masumi Kobayashi
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