Greg Levin has been getting paid to put words together since 1994, working as a professional business journalist, freelance writer and ghostwriter. He has written hundreds of feature articles, case studies and satire pieces, as well as an acclaimed business e-book. Greg has also had several pieces published in Austin Monthly magazine, Thought Catalog and the now defunct (it wasn’t his fault) quarterly journal Satire. In addition, he has ghostwritten one book and numerous articles for clients who are rich but illiterate.
Having spent the majority of his life weaving intricate tales to get out of gym class and jury duty, Greg is no stranger to fiction, either. His debut novel, Notes on an Orange Burial, was published in November 2011 by Elixirist. Greg is currently working on his second book, which is already being hailed as one of the top two novels he has ever written.
When not busy writing, Greg enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, cooking, traveling, and sending desperate facebook messages to Natalie Portman. He also likes to freestyle rap for his friends even though they didn’t do anything to him to deserve that.
Greg was born in Huntington, NY in 1969 then moved to Harrisburg, PA with his family when he was 6. He attended the University of New Hampshire and graduated summa cum laude in 1991 with a BA in Communication and a special concentration in creative writing.
Greg currently resides in Austin, TX, where he is one of just 17 people who don’t play a musical instrument or write songs. He is currently wanted by Austin authorities for refusing to eat pork ribs or two-step.