ROBBIE WOLIVER is an award-winning journalist and New York Times Best-Selling author who was a columnist at Newsday, writer at the New York Times, Senior Editor at Village Voice's Long Island edition and Editor in Chief at Long Island Press. He was a pop-culture freelancer for New York Post, Rolling Stone, Village Voice, San Francisco Chronicle, Country Weekly, Salon and more, and is the award-winning author of several best-selling books. He was also the owner of the legendary music venue, Folk City, and was the founder and director of the National Music Awards, which includes the critically acclaimed New York Music Awards. He currently a professor at SUNY/Farmingdale State College, where he teaches journalism, electronic-media writing and pop-culture writing classes.

KENNY HERZOG was once a Managing Editor and/or Editor in Chief or some other kind of Editor for outlets including SPIN, CMJ, Heeb, Long Island Press and MOG. He has since carved out a niche writing for Rolling Stone, Esquire, Vulture/NY Mag, A.V. Club, Wax Poetics, Deadspin, Made Man, MSN, MTV, Punch, Blurt and (entirely too many) more. He's also opined about pop culture and media on TV for E!, Bio, CNBC and some Canadian network, won a couple awards, been cited in the annual Best Music Writing compendium and moderated panels for fine places like the Paley Center. That link at the beginning of this blurb leads to his website. This link leads to my Twitter. "He" is actually me writing this.

Robbie and Kenny are co-editors of REVIEWniverse. Click HERE for our 2010-Summer 2011 archives.