Christopher Noxon

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Christopher Noxon
Born Christopher Lane Noxon
(1968-11-21) November 21, 1968 (age 46)
United States
Occupation Writer, journalist
Spouse(s) Jenji Kohan
Relatives Marti Noxon

Christopher Lane Noxon (born November 21, 1968) is an American writer and freelance journalist.

His first book was Rejuvenile. The book, which grew out of a story he wrote for The New York Times, was reviewed in BusinessWeek,[1] The New York Sun[2] and covered by The Today Show,[3] Good Morning America and NPR.[4] Noxon appeared on Bill Maher's "Fishbowl"[5] and Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report".[6]

Noxon began his career at the Los Angeles Daily News. His assignments have included the Democratic National Convention for Reuters, a Playboy feature about drug rehab, and reported Mel Gibson's ties to an ultraconservative Catholic splinter group.[7] Noxon has also written for Los Angeles magazine, The Huffington Post and Salon.com, as well as working as a music consultant on the Showtime series Weeds.

Noxon is married to television writer Jenji Kohan, and is the brother of writer Marti Noxon. He is credited on Weeds extensively. Noxon's book Rejuvenile appears frequently in Weeds. The character Andy Botwin is seen reading Rejuvenile in season 2 episode, "Corn Snake". The character Dean Hodes is reading it in bed in episode 10 of Season 2, "Mile Deep and A Foot Wide", and the book is on display during Nancy Botwin's shopping spree in episode 8 of Season 2, "MILF Money". The character Heylia James is reading the book at the grow house in episode 14 of Season 3, "Protection".[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Adults Do The Darndest Things (review of Rejuvenile)". BusinessWeek. June 19, 2006. Archived from the original on June 13, 2006. 
  2. ^ "Oh, To Play Like a Child Again (review of Rejuvenile)". New York Sun. June 22, 2006. 
  3. ^ "Interviews". Rejuvenile.com. 
  4. ^ NPR
  5. ^ Amazon Fishbowl
  6. ^ Comedy Central
  7. ^ "Mad Mel". Salon. February 18, 2004. 

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