About the Artist / Writer



Greg Fox began making comics at 12 years old, publishing his first strip in his high school newspaper at age 14 and continuing to illustrate and write comic strips through high school and college. He received a B.A. from Geneseo College in upstate New York. Immediately following college, he played guitar in several New York-based rock bands, but then jumped into doing comics full-force. His illustration work has appeared in comic books for such companies as Revolutionary Comics, Triumphant Comics, Marvel Comics, IDW & DC Comics. He is also the writer/artist for such comic strips as "Manic Music", (based on his experience in the rock music world), and "An Angel's Story".

Fox's most notable comic strip, "Kyle's Bed & Breakfast", premiered in late 1998. The strip is currently running in a variety of publications across North America, as well as on the web. The first book collection of Kyle's B&B was published in September, 2004. The book was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist for "Best Humor Book" of the year in 2005.  He was the grand-prize winner of  the "Life Without Fair Courts" cartoon contest in 2007, sponsored by Lambda Legal.

Four additional Kyle's B&B collections have since been published, ("A Second Bowl of Serial", "Hot Off the Griddle", "Without Reservations", and the latest, in July, 2018, "Inn Mates"), as well as a book of figure drawings, ("Kyle's B&B Presents: Drawings of Drew").  In 2017, Fox contributed a Kyle's B&B story to the #1 New York Times bestselling graphic anthology "Love is Love", published by DC Comics-IDW.


Fox also writes & draws the comic strip "Work That Flight Ring", self-described as a valentine/tribute/parody to the Legion of Super-Heroes, a beloved comic book series of his from way back when!

Fox is currently busily producing new episodes of Kyle's B&B, and working on several other
projects for Sugar Maple Press. (Additionally, he is the author of "The Figure Skating Competition Handbook" and editor of  "The Sugar Maple Press Anthology of Nature Poems"). He also does commissioned artwork for fans on a selective basis, (see e-mail address below to contact him).

He enjoys going to Scottish Highland Games Festivals when he can, and has a love for Celtic style, Vermont, and figure skating competition. 

Fox currently resides in Northport, Long Island, New York.

He can be contacted at the following e-mail address:



VIDEO : Watch an interview with Greg Fox on YouTube from December, 2015,
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Watch an interview with Greg Fox on YouTube from Summer, 2012,
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Read an interview with Greg Fox in the Dallas Voice from May, 2012 by clicking here!

Read an article that Greg Fox wrote on Outsports from before Brad came out on the whole
issue of his coming out challenges by clicking here






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