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Lofton graduated from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. After graduation, Lofton moved to Las Vegas where he hosted the "Saab Lofton Power Hour" for KLAV 1230 AM radio and wrote a column for the Las Vegas CityLife.
Lofton's work includes A.D., a novel he wrote while a student at San Francisco State university. Lofton's second novel is called Battle Neverending. Lofton also publishes a column in the Seattle Sinner, an alternative newspaper, and self-publishes an underground comic book called "Rufus the Black Cat".
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- Battle Neverending. Seattle: Share the Wealth Productions. 1998. OCLC 46729159.