Zio was the managing editor of Swindle magazine and has written and/or edited more than a dozen books on art and culture. HarperCollins published The History of American Graffiti, a 400-page textbook she edited, and she contributed to "Art in the Streets," Jeffrey Deitch's graffiti and street art exhibition at MOCA, and the accompanying book.
FAVORITE ALBUM OF ALL TIME
MAC MALL, ILLEGAL BUSINESS.
2 TRUTHS AND A LIE
I ALMOST DIED OF TYPHOID FEVER. I DON’T HAVE ANY TATTOOS. I WAS THE PRESIDENT OF THE CALCULUS CLUB.
ONE FOOD YOU CAN EAT FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE
SEULEMENT POUR LA VIE.
BEST $20 EVER SPENT
BLINDNESS BY JOSE SARAMAGO AND THE WIND-UP BIRD CHRONICLE BY HARUKI MURAKAMI, WHICH ARE TWO OF MY FAVORITE BOOKS, AND ADD UP TO ABOUT $20.
FAVORITE CRIMINALLY UNDERRATED THING
MOST HUMBLING MOMENT
MOVING TO ANOTHER COUNTRY.
SHOULD’VE BEEN BORN IN…
THE JURASSIC PERIOD.
DESCRIBE YOUR PERFECT DAY
HIKING TO A PRIVATE BEACH AND SNORKELING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN.
WHAT’S THE CARTOON CHARACTER VERSION OF YOU WEARING?
ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING THAT SELENA EVER WORE.