Gaylord Fields is editor, special projects at RollingStone.com. Prior to this, he was senior editor at AOL Music and a copy editor and copy chief at Rolling Stone, This Old House, Spin, and Spy. He is also a longtime writer of articles and reviews on music and popular culture.
While Gaylord has a definite opinion on use of the serial comma, he saves such discussions for parties.
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