Individual Author Record
Name: Adam LevinPen Name: None Genre: Fiction Other Audience: Adult; Born:
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Illinois ConnectionLevin lives and works in Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationAdam Levin serves as a writing instructor at Columbia College and as an adjunct assistant professor of writing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He won the Tin House/Summer Literary Seminars Fiction Contest in 2003 and the Joyce Carol Oates Fiction Prize in 2004.
-- New York Library's 2011 Young Lions Fiction Award, ''The Instructions''
-- Joyce Carol Oates Fiction Prize in 2004
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Selected Titles At Your Library
ISBN: 1938073134. OCLC Number: 827949828 Mcsweeney's,. . In the stories of Hot Pink, Adam Levin delivers ten small worlds, shaken snow-globes of overweight romantics, legless prodigies, quixotic dollmakers, textbook lovers, dirty old men, protective fathers, experimental dogs, and a dumptruck covered with balloons. Told with Levin's unique blend of love and violence, slapstick humor and tender courtship, abstrace semiotics and karate chops, Hot Pink is the work of a major talent in his sharpest form.
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ISBN: 1936365219. OCLC Number: 707255993 McSweeney's Rectangulars,. . In the stories of "Hot Pink," Levin delivers ten smaller worlds, shaken snow-globes of overweight romantics, legless prodigies, quixotic dollmakers, Chicagoland thugs, dirty old men, protective fathers, balloon-laden dumptrucks, and walls that ooze gels.
The instructions /
ISBN: 1934781827. OCLC Number: 630478370 McSweeneys Rectangulars,. . Levin creates a world driven equally by moral fervor and slapstick comedy. Expelled from multiple Jewish day-schools for acts of violence and backtalk, Gurion ends up in the Cage, a special lockdown program for the most hopeless cases of Aptakisic Junior High. Separated from his scholarly followers, Gurion becomes a leader with righteous aims building to a revolution of troubling intensity.
ISBN: 9780857861382. OCLC Number: 794296399 Canongate,. .