Art Tavana is an award-winning writer, author of Goodbye, Guns N' Roses, and the arts & culture editor of The Spectator, world edition. He also teaches humor writing at UC Davis. 


His byline has appeared in The Village Voice, VICE, Penthouse, Billboard, Pitchfork, Paste, The AV Club, Longform, MTV News, USA Today, Consequence of Sound, The Hollywood Reporter, The Spectator, Penthouse, and as a columnist at Playboy and LA Weekly (where he was nominated for two LA Press Club Awards).


Art's work has been discussed in The New York Times and Bret Easton Ellis's first nonfiction book, White.