The Factual Opinion is where you're already at. It seems kind of silly to give it a mission statement, but if that's necessary, then think about the part of Stalker where they describe what it feels like in the Zone. That's pretty much the end goal.
Martin Brown serves as overall head of music development here at the Factual Opinion--when not writing the hero's share of any and all music related topics, he also exerts the firm editorial hand of authority over anyone else daring to approach his field. Originally from California, Martin currently resides in New York. He's reachable via the proper channels.
Nina Stone writes The Virgin Read once a week, and only once a week. She is willing to review stuff that you want to send her, as apparently some wish to do. She lives in New York, although she's originally from Delaware, which is probably where you send your credit card payments. She would be flattered if you wanted to email her, so flattered that she couldn't get anything done, and that's why her email isn't on the site.
The Guest Stars
Sean Wizke: Bio a-coming
Matthew J. Brady: Bio also-coming
Zeb L. West: Hey where's this guy's bio
David Brothers: Shit, this guy too
Sarah Engelman: For god's sake how hard is it to get somebody's bio
Michel Fiffe: Hey where's this guy's bio
Andre Harris is willing, on occasion, to contribute writings about music, but for the most part he's dedicated to his own creative projects--specifically, his own musical output with The Kays, which you can learn more about here at his Myspace Music page. Andre is another New York resident, but unfortunately lives in Williamsburg, which is where all life, decency and sense have long since been exterminated by hipster pricks and their tight jeans. Oh, and he's Jamaican, which automatically makes his opinion more valid then people born in the US.
Josh Woodbeck is another of our esteemed guest music writers, and although his current residence in Minnesota keeps him from contributing as much as he would like, he has extensive and intrinsic plans to both return and take over. At that point, he will be moved up to the Squadron. Or not.
Mory Buckman agreed to let the Factual publish his thoughts and analysis regarding the Jonathan Lethem comic Omega The Unknown, and he occasionally shows up in the comments section. It's assumed that he resides in Israel, but he has never released a biography for publication.
I Guess You Call This Stuff Press
In December of 2008, Tucker Stone participated in Tom Spurgeon's Holiday Interview round-up, where he talked for a long time about different stuff, some of which might interest you, most of which will hopefully hurt your feelings.
In October of 2008, Chris Mautner--formally of Blog@Newsarama and the current proprietor of Panels and Pixels--interviewed Tucker & Nina Stone for his regular "Everyone's A Critic" column. You can take a look at that here.