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Ian Levine earned his Master's in Professional Writing from Towson University in 2010, where he tutored non-native speaking Health Science Doctoral candidates in English while employed as a Graduate Assistant. In his messenger bag was a copy of Gray's Anatomy and Webster's Pocket Style Guide.
Ian was the winner of several grant writing competitions while attending Towson. From the capital awarded, he took an active role in launching two literary magazines, overseeing their production from concept to publication as Founding Editor-in-Chief. Ian was in the top 3% of his class to graduate early due to his extracurricular activities.
After graduation, Ian worked for one year as a part-time English teacher at a rabbinical school and three years for The Baltimore County Public School System as a substitute teacher. Then an active member of the NCTE and MLA, Ian spent his days teaching--and his nights thinking about how to better teach.
Ian is currently the Founding Editor-in-Chief of a Poe-themed literary magazine, a Co-Editor-in-Chief of a transgressive literary magazine, and an Editor of a Baltimore-themed literary magazine. He is studying for the GREs so he may soon apply to a Doctoral program in English.