Paul Levinson

Paul Levinson

P_LEV1.jpgDr. Paul Levinson is a professor of communications and media studies (and a past chair of that department) at Fordham University in New York City. He is frequently a commentator on media of all forms, as a frequent guest on FOX News, PBS, NPR and many major news channels.

In addition to the science fiction books published with JoSara MeDia, Paul has published several non-fiction titles. He has organized and given lectures on many media topics, including Marshal MacLuan and The Sopranos.

Paul is also a singer, songwriter and producer.

Paul received a BA in journalism from New York University; an MA in Media Studies from The New School; and a PhD from New York University in media ecology.

Paul and his wife Tina are best known as some of the most wonderful people to share bottles of wine and Italian food with in New York City.

Paul and Tina currently live in New York.

 

Awards and Notables

Past President of the Science Fiction Writers of America
Convinced the amazing Joel Iskowitz to do the covers of the books below (we suspect the bribery of wine and food was involved)
The Silk Code won the Locus Award for Best First Novel of 1999

Published by JoSara MeDia

Phil D’Amato series

THE SILK CODE

THE CONSCIOUSNESS PLAGUE

THE PIXEL EYE

eBook
eBook
eBook

Sierra Waters series

THE PLOT TO SAVE SOCRATES

UNBRUNING ALEXANDRIA

CHRONICA

eBook
eBook
eBook (available for pre-order NOW (link))
print
print (coming)

Published elsewhere

Novels

Borrowed Tides

Non-Ficton

Mind at Large: Knowing in the Technological Age (1988)
Electronic Chronicles: Columns of the Changes in our Time (1992) Anamnesis Press
Learning Cyberspace: Essays on the Evolution of Media and the New Education (1995) Anamnesis Press
The Soft Edge: A Natural History and Future of the Information Revolution (1997) Routledge
Bestseller: Wired, Analog, and Digital Writings (1999) Pulpless
Digital McLuhan: A Guide to the Information Millennium (1999)
Realspace: The Fate of Physical Presence in the Digital Age, On and Off Planet (2003) Routledge
Cellphone: The Story of the World’s Most Mobile Medium (2004)
New New Media (2009/2012) Penguin/Pearson ISBN 0-205-67330-9; second, revised edition (2012)

Connect with the Author

coming soon

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: