Fiction, poetry, literary nonfiction, spoken word, scholarly history Job(s):
freelance writer Online:
Email: scl (at) parsnackle.com
Favorite Places in Alaska:
In front of my computer.
Bio: Steven C. Levi is an Alaskan historian and writer. A 40-year resident of Anchorage, he has written 80 books. His nonfiction books on Alaska history include Boom to Bust in the Alaska Gold Fields, an historical forensic investigation into the sinking of Alaska’s ghost ship, the Clara Nevada, as well as a history of Alaska’s bush pilot heritage, Cowboys of The Sky. He is also dedicated to making history interesting to young readers. His Making History Interesting to Students series on Kindle is a collection of eight books specifically written to teach middle and high school students what they are supposed to be learning in their history classes.
The Dead Come Back (fiction), Crime Wave Press, 2016
Clara Nevada (history), The History Press, 2011
Boom and Bust in the Alaska Gold Fields (history), Praeger, 2007
Walrus with a Gold Tooth (fiction), Publication Consultants, 2014
Please contact me for
readings and classes. Audience:
I work with
young writers (elementary and secondary school). Special Interests:
I have a particular interest in junior high and high school classes..
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Listing last updated: August, 2016