Mark Kingston  Levin, Ph.D.

Mark Kingston Levin, Ph.D.

Dr. Levin was born and grew up in Vermont with many winters spent in Florida as a child. As a teenager, he wrote poetry, served as a lifeguard and played football. He currently enjoys sailing, exploring underwater caves, snorkeling, writing science fiction and other pursuits. After working on the Apollo and Mars projects, he decided to return to school to study under Nobel Laureate Paul Dirac, obtaining his Ph.D. in 2.5 years. Dr. Levin founded two companies and served as a science advisor to President Ford. He has published over 44 times in the scientific literature and was awarded over 32 US Patents. As a science fiction writer, he is now emerging with his first work, a trilogy entitled, 30th Century-and of which the first book is 30th Century: Escape. This book won the Best Science Fiction Book of the Year, a 2017 IRWIN Literary Award from Book Publicists of Southern California.