Levin, Michael (Graubart)
LEVIN, Michael (Graubart)
LEVIN, Michael (Graubart). American, b. 1958. Genres: Novels, Theology/Religion, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS-TV), New York City, news researcher and writer, 1980-81; University of California, Los Angeles, teacher in Writer's Program, 1991-; writer. Member of Massachusetts bar; Authors Guild Foundation, treasurer, 1993-; Authors Guild, council member, 1994-; Stanchill College, visiting writer, 1993-94. Publications: Journey to Tradition: The Odyssey of a Born-again Jew (nonfiction), 1986; The Socratic Method (novel), 1987; Settling the Score (novel), 1989; Alive and Kicking, 1992; Guide to the Jewish Internet, 1996; Writer's Internet Sourcebook, 1997; What Every Jew Needs to Know about God, 1997; Where There's Smoke, There's Salmon, 2001; Complete Idiot's Guide to Jewish Spirituality and Mysticism, 2002; Complete Idiot's Guide to Your Civil Liberties, 2003; (with J. Cateau) Complete Idiot's Guide to the Pentagon, 2003. Address: c/o Writer2Author, 4265 Marina City Dr Ste 301, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292, U.S.A.