Leor Galil
Leor Galil

Leor Galil

Leor Galil began freelancing for the Reader in 2010, and he joined the staff in 2012. He's also written for The Washington Post, Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Forbes.com, MTV News, The A.V. Club, and the Washington City Paper. He's been called anything but Leor by people who can't pronounce his name.

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