Aryeh Lev Stollman

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Aryeh Lev Stollman
Born 1954
Detroit, Michigan
Occupation novelist, neuroradiologist
Nationality Canadian-American
Period 1990s-present
Notable works The Far Euphrates, The Illuminated Soul
Spouse Tobias Picker
Website
www.aryehlevstollman.com

Aryeh Lev Stollman is a writer and physician based in the United States.[1] A neuroradiologist at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City,[1] he has also published several works of fiction.[2]

Early life[edit]

Born in Detroit, Michigan and raised in Windsor, Ontario, where his father was an Orthodox rabbi[1] and professor and chairman of the English Department at the University of Windsor,[3] Stollman studied at Yeshiva University and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.[1]

Works[edit]

He published his first novel, The Far Euphrates (Riverhead), in 1997. The book won the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Fiction at the 10th Lambda Literary Awards, as well as being named to year-end notable books lists by the American Library Association, the Los Angeles Times and the National Book Critics Circle. The Far Euphrates has been translated into German, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese and Hebrew. His second novel, The Illuminated Soul (Riverhead), was published in 2002 and won the Harold U. Ribalow Prize for Jewish literature from Hadassah Magazine, and his short story collection The Dialogues of Time and Entropy (Riverhead) was published in 2003.

Openly gay,[1] he is the partner of composer Tobias Picker.[1]

Works[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Homes you can't go back to". Haaretz, September 5, 2006.
  2. ^ "Neuroradiologist Aryeh Lev Stollman on creativity and the brain". Studio 360, November 23, 2002.
  3. ^ "Aryeh Lev Stollman". Bomb, Summer 2003.

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