Len Levine was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1935. Graduated from Ohio State University with BA in English/Speech/Radio in 1957, MA in Experimental Personality Psychology in 1972 and PhD in Developmental Psychology from Georgia State University in 1977. Len worked in radio as a DJ, Talk Show Host from 1957-1960 in the Midwest, South and Washington, D.C., and worked as public information specialist for the EPA from 1960-1968. He was campaign coordinator for the Northwest Pennsylvania Campaign, Jimmy Carter Presidential Campaign and a co-administrator for the Southeastern U.S. Solar Coalition in 1970. Len’s volunteer experiences include assignments in the Czech Republic, France and Kenya as a construction worker, English tutor and environmental consultant. In 1993 Pelican Published his ‘The Maverick Guide to Prague’ to rave reviews. He speaks English, Hebrew, Spanish, Czech and can bluff his way through Thai and German in a restaurant or get directions to the bathroom. He lives in Pattaya, Thailand, with his Filipina companion, and returns to New Orleans once a year.