Annie Levin is a native of Brooklyn, New York and teaches at New York University as an adjunct instructor of writing and English as a second language. As an undergraduate she studied comparative literature and art history at Hampshire College. She later received an MA in Liberal Studies from The New School for Social Research where she completed a thesis on recreating maps of myths and meaning in urban landscapes. She additionally holds an MFA in fiction from Hunter College where she received a Herzog Fellowship and served as research assistant to novelist Francine Prose.
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St. Regis King Cole Bar, Raines Law Room, and PJ Clarkes
High Line Park, Meatpacking District, Chelsea, and Whitney Museum of American Art