One of the big events of the year at the school where I teach, Marygrove College in Detroit, MI, is our Contemporary American Authors Lecture Series held each April. This series, now in its twenty-fourth year, brings in a guest writer each year to give a free public reading and hold a master class with our own and area high school students.
As the chair of the department that hosts the event, I am the emcee for the evening, which means my job is to preside over the…Continue
Added by Donald Levin on December 20, 2011 at 6:36am — No Comments
The first in my series of mysteries set in suburban Detroit is in the final stages of production.
Crimes of Love introduces police detective Martin Preuss. Fiercely independent, a widower who dearly loves his profoundly handicapped son, Preuss makes his debut one cold November night when he joins a frantic search for a seven-year-old girl with epilepsy who has disappeared from the streets of his community.…Continue