Bio:Saab Lofton

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Saab Lofton is a writer, cartoonist, and radio host.Note 1

Lofton graduated from the Evergreen State College (Olympia, Washington).Note 2 After graduation, Lofton moved to Las Vegas, Nevada. There he put on the "Saab Lofton Power Hour" for KLAV AM radio and wrote a column for the Las Vegas CityLife.

Lofton's work includes A.D., a novel written while a student at San Francisco State university.Note 3 Lofton's second novel is entitled Battle Neverending. Lofton also (as of June 2008) writes a column for the Seattle Sinner.Note 4, an alternative paper, and self-publishes an underground comic book: "Rufus the Black Cat"


  1. Interview with Saab Lofton
  2. Familiar Look, Scary Sound from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 15 June 1999
  3. "Knowledge Is The Tool For One Man's Left-Wing Utopia" Seattle Times article by Jerry Large (1 November 1998).
  4. Sinner Staff


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