W. Lozzus was an arts and culture reporter for The New York Ghost in the 1920s.[1][2]

They wrote an article entitled "Black magic: how to get the most out of your every day robes" that was published in the 1 December 1926 issue of the paper.[1] Five days later, on 6 December, the paper printed a report by them about a planned Wizard Broadway adaptation of the popular book Big Foot's Last Stand.[2] This was followed by a report by them in 7 December's sunset edition about how casting of the play had begun and was progressing quickly.[3]


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