New York, New York, United States
Home page: www.robertlevin.wordpress.com
\"A writer from whom I always learn something.\"
Robert Levin is the author of \"When Pacino\'s Hot, I\'m Hot: A Miscellany of Stories and Commentary\" (The Drill Press), and the coauthor and coeditor, respectively, of two collections of essays about jazz and rock in the \'60s: \"Music & Politics\" (World Publishing) and \"Giants of Black Music.\" (Da Capo Press). A former contributor to the Village Voice and Rolling Stone, his fiction and recent essays have appeared in, or on the web sites of, Absinthe Literary Review, All About Jazz, Best of Nuvein Fiction, Cosmoetica, Eyeshot, Konch Magazine, Musings on a Manic Reality, New York Review, Sweet Fancy Moses, Underground Voices, Unlikely Stories of the Third Kind and the Word Riot 2003 Anthology.
From the cover copy of \"When Pacino\'s Hot, I\'m Hot.\"
“Gosh, he’s a bloody good writer! Verbose but hilarious. His stories present a mad, vulgar, dysfunctional world that the author flounders around in. Great entertainment.\" — Harold Nawy
“’Peggie’ is the funniest and rudest thing I’ve read in years, and \'Dog Days\' is just extraordinary…original and disturbing.” — Tony Cook
“Levin may possibly be the master of the rant.”
— Elizabeth Richardson on “Stupidity: Its Uses & Abuses”
“Heavy and brilliant.”
— Douglas Rushkoff on “Everything’s All Right in the Middle East”
\"A writer of talent and intelligence.\" — Irving Louis Horowitz
\"\'When Pacino\'s Hot\' is the funniest story I\'ve ever read.\" — Cecil Taylor
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