Adam Levin

Adam Levin’s stories have appeared in Tin House, McSweeney’s and Esquire. Winner of the 2003 Tin House/Summer Literary Seminars Fiction Contest and the 2004 Joyce Carol Oates Fiction Prize, in 2011 he won the Independent Bookseller’s Award and the NYPL Young Lion’s Award for THE INSTRUCTIONS, and was a finalist for the Jewish Book of the Year Award. His acclaimed collection of short stories, Hot Pink, was published by McSweeney’s this year. He lives in Chicago with his parrot, Gogol.