Book List in Order: 4 titles

  • "Levine is a true artist, who grinds his bones—and anything else he can get his hands on—to make his bread." —The Sunday Times Reminiscent of Bernard Malamud and Cynthia Ozick, Norman Levine’s short fiction was largely ignored in his lifetime...


  • Joseph Grand, the hero of From a Seaside Town, is a travel writer struggling to eke out an existence in an English seaside town. He introduces us to the small circle of relatives and companions who figure in his life. As he explores the sequence of e...



  • INCLUDES 23 STORIES WRITTEN BETWEEN 1954 AND 1984. HIGHLY AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL, THE STORIES ARE ALL ABOUT A MAN IN VARIOUS STAGES OF LIFE FROM BOYHOOD TO TH E RCAF IN WORLD WAR 2, RAISING A FAMILY OF DAUGHTERS IN ENGLAND, TO BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL WRITER....