Manny Levine lives in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. While attending Dawson College in 1974, he was awarded $100 first prize in a college-wide essay contest.
After graduating from Concordia University with a Bachelor in English Literature, Manny wrote a syndicated newspaper column for Canada Wide Feature Service. The column reported on books, recipes, and sample products that were available free-for-the-writing from various trade associations, government agencies, and corporations. Later, he was a regular contributor to the Calgary-based SPORTS JOURNAL.
NORMAN (or REMEMBERING NORMAN O'SHAUGHNESSY) is his first work of fiction.