Mack White is an artist, writer, radio host, and actor. His comics have been published in numerous anthologies (Zero Zero, Buzz, Top Shelf, Snake Eyes, Hotwire, and the Yale Anthology of Graphic Fiction, Cartoons, and True Stories), magazines (Details, Heavy Metal, Boing Boing, to name a few), and newspapers (Austin Chronicle, Austin American-Statesman), as well as in his own books: The Mutant Book of the Dead (Starhead Comics, 1994); the mini-series Villa of the Mysteries (Fantagraphics, 1996-98); and The Bush Junta (Fantagraphics, 2004), which he co-edited with Gary Groth. White is also co-creator (with author Mike Kearby) of Texas Tales: The Revolution, published by Texas Christian University Press. He has been interviewed in numerous publications, including The Comics Journal, Rolling Stone, Austin Chronicle, radio programs (the Alex Jones Show, Jack Blood's Deadline Live, and others), and co-hosts (with SMiles Lewis) PsiOp Radio, which is carried on ITunes, as well as the Anomaly Radio Network. He was featured in the 1995 documentary Day 51: The True Story of Waco, and is acting in the J. Ryan Barone film Bozoland, in production in Austin in early 2011.
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