Tim Mohr

Tim Mohr spent much of the 1990s as a club DJ in Berlin before he joined Playboy magazine, where he edited such writers as Hunter S. Thompson, Matt Taibbi, John Dean, George McGovern, Harvey Pekar, and Ana Marie Cox. Mohr is an award-winning translator of German novels, including the global sensations Feuchtgebiete, by Charlotte Roche (translated as Wetlands), and Tschick, by Wolfgang Hernndorf (translated as Why We Took the Car). He has co-authored three critically-acclaimed and best-selling celebrity memoirs: It’s So Easy by Duff McKagan of Guns n’ Roses; The Last Holiday by Gil Scott-Heron; and the New York Times bestseller Face the Music by Paul Stanley of KISS. He is currently collaborating on the memoir of Joe Walsh of the Eagles. Mohr’s writing has been published in the New York Times, the New York Times Book Review, New York Magazine, Inked, Daily Beast, Huffington Post, eXile, Playboy, and Details, among other publications. [2022 Sep 15]