Steve Levin has been a writer and an editor for four decades with major newspapers, book publishers, apps and national magazines.
His stories have taken him into the Myanmar civil war, to Mt. Everest base camp in Nepal, the 9/11 crash of Flight 93 in Shanksville, PA, crack houses, migrant labor camps and Alaska’s Denali peak.
His editing work has included the personal essays of international speakers, the University of Texas Press and four newsrooms.
In 2018, he and the staff at the Santa Rosa Press Democrat were awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News.
A native of Chapel Hill, NC, he has traveled to more than four dozen countries, including extended time in southwest Asia.
A New Release
By: SD LEVIN
Second in a series of young adult mysteries involving 12-year-old Danny Bastrop.
This elite New York Jewish day school required a seasoned researcher and writer to turn the book around in less than three months.
On the Frontier of Change
This coffee table book is one of the Graduate School of Public Health’s primary marketing and sales tools.
Press Democrat Pulitzer Prize
The Santa Rosa Press Democrat won for its “lucid and tenacious coverage” of the 2017 Northern California wildfires.
Levin taught journalism as an adjunct professor at both universities.
First book in young adult Danny Bastrop series based on the true story of America's last mass lynching.