Michael Graubart Levin

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Michael Graubart Levin
OccupationAuthor
NationalityAmerican
EducationJuris Doctorate
Alma materColumbia University
Website
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Michael Graubart Levin (born August 8, 1958) is an American, New York Times best-selling author.[1] On January 20, 2012, Michael appeared as a guest entrepreneur on the ABC Television show Shark Tank.[2]

Speaking and publications[edit]

Levin’s books have received reviews in The New York Times,[3][4] the Los Angeles Times,[5] the New Yorker,[6] People Magazine,[7][8] the Washington Post,[9] The San Francisco Chronicle,[10] Library Journal,[11] the Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune,[12] and other leading publications.

Personal life[edit]

He has performed with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.[13]

Books[edit]

  • Levin, Michael (1985). Journey to Tradition: The Odyssey of a Born-Again Jew. Jersey City: Ktav Pub Inc. pp. 352 pages. ISBN 0-88125-093-7.
  • Levin, Michael (1988). The Socratic Method. New York City: Ivy Books. pp. s. ISBN 0-8041-0376-3.
  • Levin, Michael (1990). Settling the Score. New York City: Ivy Books. pp. s. ISBN 0-8041-0632-0.
  • Levin, Michael (1994). Alive and Kicking. New York City: St. Martins Mass Market Paper. pp. s. ISBN 0-312-95305-4.
  • Levin, Michael (1997). What Every Jew Needs to Know About God. Jersey City: Ktav Pub Inc. pp. 148 pages. ISBN 0-88125-537-8.
  • Levin, Michael (1997). Janine and Alex, Alex and Janine. New York City: Putnam/Berkley. pp. 256 pages. ISBN 0-425-16042-4.
  • Levin, Michael (1997). Sam and Derek, Derek and Sam. New York City: Putnam/Berkley. pp. 256 pages. ISBN 0-425-16041-6.
  • Levin, Michael (2003). Complete Idiot's Guide to Your Civil Liberties. New York City: Alpha. pp. 352 pages. ISBN 0-02-864473-5.
  • Levin, Michael (2011). Gutenberg to Google: The Rise and Fall of Books. Dallas: Brown Books. pp. s. |access-date= requires |url= (help)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yahoo News Article referencing Levin's NYT Bestselling author status. Retrieved on 10-16-2011.
  2. ^ ABC.com Archived 2012-01-24 at the Wayback Machine. Link to "Shark Tank" Week 1. Retrieved on 30 January 2012.
  3. ^ NYTimes.com Review of The Socratic Method by Scott Turow. Retrieved on 10-23-2011.
  4. ^ Patrick, Vincent. Review of Alive and Kicking, by Michael Levin. “The Ill-Gotten Gaineses.” The New York Times Book Review. March 21, 1993: 7.
  5. ^ Stabiner, Karen. Review of Alive and Kicking, by Michael Levin. The Los Angeles Times (1993): 6.
  6. ^ Books, The New Yorker. March 7, 1988: p. 123.
  7. ^ Kaufman, Joanne. Review of The Socratic Method, by Michael Levin. “Pages.” People: Picks & Pans. March 3, 1988.
  8. ^ Unknown. Review of The Socratic Method, by Michael Levin. People: Critics’ Choice. May 23, 1988.
  9. ^ Mead, Chris. Review of The Socratic Method, by Michael Levin. The Washington Post. December 22, 1987: C4.
  10. ^ Holt, Patricia. Review of The Socratic Method, by Michael Levin. “Clever Lampoon of Law School.” The San Francisco Chronicle. December 24, 1987: E6.
  11. ^ Smothers, Joyce. Review of Alive and Kicking, by Michael Levin. Library Journal. February 15, 1993: 193.
  12. ^ Polsby, Daniel D. Review of The Socratic Method, by Michael Levin. “ ‘The Socratic Method’ raises questions about law school.” The Chicago Tribune. December 13, 1987: 6.
  13. ^ Boston Symphony Orchestra 1985-86 program, p.59. April 10, 1986

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