A Chicago Tribune feature story provides a humorous assessment of SAIC Writing faculty member Adam Levin’s use of footnotes, the hip writers that keep him virtual company on Amazon.com, and his original political explanations.
A Chicago Tribune feature story provides a humorous assessment of SAIC Writing faculty member Adam Levin’s use of footnotes, the hip writers that keep him virtual company on Amazon.com, and his original political explanations.
September 7

Adam Levin Called "Annoyingly Talented" in Humorous Tribune Feature

September 7, 2012—SAIC Writing faculty member Adam Levin was the focus of a celebratory feature (exclusive for members) in the August 23 Chicago Tribune literary journal Printer's Row. In the humor-filled piece titled "Annoyingly Talented" writer Christopher Borelli highlights the recent release of Levin’s collection of short stories Hot Pink and lists several reasons why Levin’s undeniable talent makes him "frustratingly, endearingly bold, the twin brother of annoying."

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