Levin, Betty (Lowenthal)
LEVIN, Betty (Lowenthal)
LEVIN, Betty (Lowenthal). American, b. 1927. Genres: Children's fiction. Career: Member of the faculty, Radcliffe Seminars, Cambridge, MA; also a sheep farmer. Research assistant, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1951-52; part-time teaching fellow, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1953; creative writing fellow, Radcliffe Institute, 1968-70; Massachusetts coordinator, McCarthy Historical Archive, 1969; instructor, Pine Manor Open College, Chestnut Hill, MA, 1971-75, and Emmanuel College, Boston, 1975; feature writer, Minute Man Publ., Lexington, MA, 1972; adjunct professor, Simmons College, Boston, 1975-87. Publications: The Zoo Conspiracy, 1973; The Sword of Culann, 1973; A Griffon's Nest, 1975; The Forespoken, 1976; Landfall, 1979; The Beast on the Brink, 1980; The Keeping Room, 1981; A Binding Spell, 1984; Put on My Crown, 1985; The Ice Bear, 1986; Julia MacRae Books, 1987; The Trouble with Gramary, 1988; Brother Moose, 1990; Mercy's Mill, 1992; Starshine and Sunglow, 1994; Away to Me, Moss, 1994; Fire in the Wind, 1995; Gift Horse, 1996; Island Bound, 1997; Look Back, Moss, 1998; Creature Crossing, 1999; The Banished, 1999; Shadow Catcher, 2000; That'll Do, Moss, 2002; Shoddy Cove, 2003. Address: Old Winter St, Lincoln, MA 01773, U.S.A.