Individual Author Record
Name: Laurie LevyPen Name: None Genre: Fiction Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born:
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Illinois ConnectionLaurie Levy lives in Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationLaurie Levy is a prolific Chicago journalist and contributes to many national publications. She has published three books of nonfiction and one fiction short story collection. She has been a fashion editor, restaurant critic, travel writer, ghostwriter, and columnist while publishing short stories in literary magazines.
- Chicago Works: A New Collection of Chicago Authors' Best Stories, The Morton Press, 2002
- Shopwatch: A beyond-the-ordinary guide to shopping in Chicago, Chicago Review Press, 1980
- The Inland Ladies, Syren Book Company , 2005
- The Unofficial Guide to Chicago (Written with David Hoekstra and Alice Von Housen), Wiley, 2009
Titles At Your Library
Shopwatch: A beyond-the-ordinary guide to shopping in Chicago
ISBN: 0914090852 Chicago Review Press. 1980 Book by Levy, Laurie
Chicago Works: A New Collection of Chicago Authors' Best Stories
ISBN: 0962544612 The Morton Press. 2003 "Composed of great stories by top Chicago authors, this anthology contains 21 short stories, each originally published in an internationally famous literary market. The themes of the stories cover everything Chicago—from its history and politics to its social structure—in a way that brings to life a vibrant and diverse city. The stories are set against backdrops as various as the local addresses of Lake Shore Drive, a city tenenment basement, and an affluent suburb, as well as national locales such as Iowa and Oklahoma City and international locales such as the Middle East and Europe. But whatever the stories' settings, the writers have one thing in common: they all live and work in the Chicago area. With a foreword by Chicago's mayor, Richard M. Daley, this collection demonstrates the extraordinary literary talent of Chicago. The 21 authors are: Aleksandar Hemon, Phyllis Moore, George Bailey, Patricia Lear, Jack Fuller, S. L. Wisenberg, Lowell B. Komie, Lois Hauselman, John Blades, Rosellen Brown, Marvin Green, Pat Rahmann, Richard Stern, Laurie Levy, David Michael Kaplan, Fran Podulka, Asa Baber, Katherine Shonk, James McManus, Achy Obejas, and Herb Jackson."
The Inland Ladies
ISBN: 0929636449 Syren Book Company. 2005 THE INLAND LADIES is a collection of published and unpublished stories about Midwestern women who come from such towns as Chicago, Omaha, and Mason City, Iowa. The stories advance through the decades, exploring lives in the last half of the 20th century. The first story begins in 1949, the last story is set in 2004.
The Unofficial Guide to Chicago (Unofficial Guides)
ISBN: 0470379995 Wiley. 2009 From the publishers of The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World
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