Dominic Umile is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn, New York. His writing about comics art and graphic novels has appeared at Hyperallergic, in the Chicago Reader, the Washington City Paper, and The Comics Journal. He formerly contributed music criticism and features to Orlando Weekly, The Brooklyn Rail, Miami New Times, PopMatters, New York Press, Rockpile magazine, XLR8R magazine, and elsewhere. Dominic reviewed new records and profiled artists and producers once monthly for nearly five years at Remix magazine. He was a writer and freelance assistant editor for Chord magazine and a researcher on 1,000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die, a book by NPR music critic Tom Moon that you should totally read before you die. Dominic’s day job is at a publishing and media company in Manhattan.