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Marc Levinthal

BIOGRAPHY

Marc Levinthal is a writer and musician who has lived and worked in the Los Angeles area for thirty years. Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, he moved to L.A. in the early eighties to become a rock star. That didn’t quite happen as planned, but a lot of other cool stuff did. He has been involved with both “The Music Business” (having written the hit single “Three Little Pigs” while in the band Green Jello) and the “Motion Picture Industry” (having co-written the score for the cult classic Valley Girl). Marc has published several short stories and novellas, including “Trainslapper,” “Lou’s Seventh Cylinder,” and (with John Skipp) “The Punchline,” “Now Entering Monkeyface,” “God Save the Queen”, and “On a Big Night in Monster History.” This is his first novel. He and his wife Rebecca presently spend much of their time caring for two chimpanzees disguised as small children. (The chimpanzees, not Marc and Rebecca. That would be wrong.)

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