Mike Fleming

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Mike Fleming is editor and co-publisher of Project Q Atlanta, Q Magazine and Q ATLus. His career spans 33 years in print and online media. In Atlanta, he has been Features Editor at Southern Voice and editor of David Atlanta. Previously, he worked at daily newspapers in Houston, Texas. Reach him at mike@theQatl.com.

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