Eric Lefcowitz began writing in the early 1980s, releasing his first book "The Monkees Tale" in 1985. Thanks to exposure on MTV, the book became a bestseller and Lefcowitz has subsequently become known as a historian on the influential 60s band. Since then, Lefcowitz has published in a variety of settings including an anniversary article on the movie "Dr. Strangelove" for the New York Times, several books (most notably, "Tomorrow Never Knows: The Beatles' Last Concert" with celebrated music photographer Jim Marshall) and the website Retrofuture.com which was originally created for AOL. Lefcowitz now runs Retrofuture Products, home of Space Food Sticks, the first trademarked snack brand to crossover to the recreational cannabis marketplace. In his spare time, he writes and plays in the band The Snorts of Derision. In 2019, he released the audiobook for the comprehensive 45-year spanning biography called "Monkee Business: The Revolutionary Made-For-TV Band." He lives in Brooklyn, NY.Read more Read less
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