Dan Levin was born in Russia before the Revolution. He is a poet, novelist, biographer  (Stormy Petrel: The Life and Works of Maxim Gorky, 1985) and translator of Russian poets.  His memoir  From the Battlefield (1996), covers his experiences as a journalist in the Pacific theatre during World War II and its personal aftermath. He has most recently published a book of poems about his years in Brooklyn, Take B Train (2011). He died in 2015 at the age of 100.

From the Life of my Father, Yonya (200?), 8 ½” x 5 ½”, poem with a cover illustration by John Digby and two spot illustrations from archive materials. $6.00

The Do-Goodnik  ( Spring 2007),  8 ½” x 5 ½  story with cover and 1 illustration by John Digby. $6.00.

A Story About Big Daddy, Archie, and Sam the Man (2007), 8 ½” x 5 ½ story with cover and 1 illustration by Elliott Bassman. $6.00

Selected Essays, Stories, and Poems. ed. Forrest Levin, with illustrations by Kathleen Levin. 48 pp. 8 1/2" x 11" (2015). $15.00.