Walter B. Levis
Walter B. Levis, a former crime reporter, now teaches and works freelance. His nonfiction has appeared in newspapers and magazines including The National Law Journal, The Chicago Reporter, The Chicago Lawyer, The New Republic, Show Business Magazine, and The New Yorker. He is author of the novel MOMENTS OF DOUBT (2003). His short fiction, which includes a 1991 Henfield Prize and a 2006 Pushcart nomination, has appeared in a variety of publications, including North Dakota Quarterly, The Amherst Review, The Cimarron Review, and The Connecticut Review, among many others. Plays produced in New York include “A Choice of Heroes,” and “Who’ll Save Isaac Now?” Mr. Levis earned a Master’s Degree in Journalism from Northwestern University and an MFA from Columbia University.