Jeremy C. Fox is a reporter, editor, and online producer for The Boston Globe and an associate editor of The Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide. In 2019 he joined the board of directors of the New England Society of News Editors, and since 2015, he has been president of the Boston chapter of The NLGJA: The Association of LGBQT Journalists. He is the 2019 recipient of the association’s national award for excellence in political reporting for his 2018 Boston Globe article, “‘Gays for Trump’: The president’s small, vocal — and unlikely — fan club.” Fox also teaches undergraduate- and graduate-level journalism courses at Harvard Extension School. He is a previous staff writer for The Watertown Tab and co-author, with Andrew Elder, of the 2013 book, “Boston’s Orange Line.” He is a cofounder of the entertainment website Pajiba, where he was lead critic and managing editor from 2004 – 2007. His writing has appeared in publications including The Bay State Banner, Bay Windows, The Boston Phoenix, The Film Experience, Film Threat, The Jamaica Plain Gazette, Maryland Matters, Time Out, and The Weekly Dig.