Todd Hasak-Lowy is a writer and Professor of creative writing and literature at the School of the Arts Institute of Chicago. He was formerly an Assistant Professor of Hebrew Literature at the University of Florida and has a PHD from Berkeley. His first book, The Task of this Translator (Harcourt Books), a short story collection, was published in 2005. His first novel, Captives, appeared in fall 2008. His latest work is a narrative memoir for readers aged 9–13, Somewhere There is Still a Sun, co-written with Holocaust survivor Michael Gruenbaum, and published in 2015. It tells the story of Michael’s life from 1939-1945 in Prague and, later, the Terezin Concentration Camp. 33 Minutes, his first middle-grade novel, was published in 2013, and Me Being Me is Exactly as Insane as You Being You, his first young adult novel was published in 2015.
Todd lives in Evanston, Illinois, with my wife, Taal Hasak-Lowy, and his two daughters, Ariel and Noam Hasak-Lowy.
- "University of Florida Department of African and Asian Languages and Literatures". Retrieved 2008-04-16.
- "BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Personal Complexity Amid Global Anxiety and Literatures". Retrieved 2008-04-16.
- "Anomie of the people A new satire distills a screenwriter’s political rage". Retrieved 2008-10-26.
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