Zena Tsarfin

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Zena Tsarfin is an American editor best known as managing editor of the magazines High Times, XXL, and Cracked.

Biography[edit]

Zena Tsarfin graduated with dual degrees in journalism and political science from Brooklyn College.[citation needed] While attending college, she entered the publishing industry at 19 as an intern for the magazine High Times.[citation needed]

After graduation, Tsarfin worked briefly as an assistant editor at the comic book publisher Marvel Comics.[citation needed] She then returned to High Times and became its managing editor.[citation needed] From 2001 to 2005, she served as managing editor of the hip-hop magazine XXL.[citation needed] In June 2005, she was named managing editor of satiric humor magazine CRACKED.[citation needed] She left that position in March 2006 to return to High Times.[citation needed] In January 2007, she became managing editor of the Atlanta, Georgia-based Web site at SuperDeluxe.com, Turner Broadcasting's online comedy network.[1]

As a journalist, her work has appeared in publications including Revolver, Alternative Press, Terrorizer, Guitar World, and Playgirl.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MediaLifeMagazine". MediaLifeMagazine. 2007-01-05. Retrieved 2010-01-21.