Lewis Frumkes

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Lewis Frumkes is an American educator, humorist and writer. He was born in Brooklyn, New York and attended a number of institutions such as New York University, Trinity College, Columbia University, and Pace University. He earned his B.A. and master's degree in English and philosophy from New York University

Frumkes currently holds memberships with the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the National Association of Science Writers, the Authors Guild, Harvard Club of New York, Mensa, the Authors League of America, and P.E.N.

Career[edit]

Frumkes worked as free-lance writer starting in 1976. Starting in 1986 he was a member of the faculty at Marymount Manhattan College. In 1988, Frumkes began teaching at Harvard University. That same year, he began hosting the Lewis Burke Frumkes Show on WNWK in New York City which subsequently became WPAT-AM]. In 2011 Frumkes moved to Hunter College in New York City where he became Director of The Writing Center CE.

Selected bibliography[edit]

2011 Favorite Words of Famous People

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