Levi Asher  

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Levi Asher (18 November 1961, in Queens, New York, born Marc Eliot Stein) is a New York-based writer, blogger and web developer responsible for Literary Kicks, one of the earliest popular literary websites and now the oldest continuously-running literary website on the Internet. Other works by Levi Asher include Queensboro Ballads, a series of stories and essays in the form of a 1960s folk-rock album, Coffeehouse: Writings From The Web, the first anthology of online writing, Notes From Underground, a digital movie version of the Dostoevsky novel, Action Poetry, a compilation of writings from Literary Kicks, and The Summer of the Mets, a novel.

Published works

  • Coffeehouse Writings for the Web, Editor (Manning, 1997)
  • The Summer of the Mets
  • Action Poetry
  • Why Ayn Rand Is Wrong (and Why It Matters)
  • The Cards I'm Playing: Poker and Postmodern Literature
  • Chiaroscuro: Assorted Literary Essays
  • Beats In Time: A Literary Generation's Legacy, Editor




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