Paul Levine’s Writing Extends Beyond Legal Briefs and Legal Thrillers
Did I really predict the Gulf oil spill in “Night Vision” 20 years ago? A reader thinks so.
Why do courtroom stories get so many things wrong? Even mine!
A burglar hits the neighborhood. What’s a crime novelist to do?
So you love the smell of ink and paper and won’t buy an e-reader? Sure, you will!
Let me tell you about the Four Diamonds Fund and the great work Penn State students do for children with cancer.
Why I dedicated Illegal to a total stranger, an undocumented Mexican woman crossing the border.
If you’ve been seized by the notion to see the Rose Bowl in person, rather than watch from the comfort of your BarcaLounger, here are 10 indispensable travel tips and assorted Southern California trivia.
Newswire decided to sit down with Levine over laptops and have an Internet chat, during which he revealed how he finds humor in court and gave advice to aspiring writers.
Paul Levine’s Writing: The Penn State alumnus provides this personal guide to South Florida and the Orange Bowl.
Paul talks about moving to Hollywood and paying his dues.
On New Year’s Eve, a neighbor across the canal is murdered by a sniper with a rifle. Paul considers crime in the suburbs in this New York Times op-ed piece.
The Miami Herald asked several writers, models and South Beach revelers to ponder the meaning of physical beauty. The request coincided with a plastic surgeon’s unsolicited suggestion that the author “have some work done.”
Researching his Supreme Court thriller “Impact,” Paul concocted this tongue-in-cheek legal quiz for The Washington Post.
On the 50th anniversary of the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima, Paul looks at the controversy through his father’s eyes. A POW in Japan, Lt. Stan Levine and his B-29 crew were imprisoned in Hiroshima just days after the attack.