Born in 1947 in Kingston-upon-Thames, UK, Felix Dennis is a poet, humanitarian and magazine publisher best known for forming and running his company Dennis Publishing, which led the computer and hobbyist magazine publishing business. Labeled as one of Britain’s well-known self-made magnates, he started out as a street seller for the OZ underground counter culture publication in 1971. In 2001, Dennis became interested in poetry and later wrote his book of verse titled A Glass Half Full. Apart from this, he also engages in sustainable forestry and tree planting. One green project he is committed to is the Forest of Dennis, based in Warwickshire in the West Midlands, UK.
Dennis Publishing, Felix Dennis’ company is still a privately owned business that has headquarters in New York City and London.
While first modern poetry collections do not sell as much, Felix Dennis’ work has and is still being reprinted.
Jon Fine from BusinessWeek interviewed media tycoon and author Felix Dennis, who founded Maxim magazine.
Interview of Maxim men’s magazine founder Felix Dennis at the Fox News’ comedy and news show called Red Eye.
Woopidoo has a set of quotes on philanthropy, business and people from writer and magazine mogul Felix Dennis.
Felix Dennis, who used to work for OZ magazine, established Dennis Publishing in 1973 with partner Dick Pountain.
Media entrepreneur Felix Dennis has pointers on being successful, based on his book How to Get Rich.
Google Books has an overview of magazine publisher Felix Dennis’ British bestselling book titled How to Get Rich.
Anna Hoyles did a five minute interview with former OZ magazine editorFelix Dennis, who recently authored the book Island Of Dreams: 99 Poems From Mustique.
Buzzle.com has a brief review of A Glass Half Full, a poetry collection by media mogul and Maxim founder Felix Dennis.