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Adam Langer
American writer

Adam Langer

Adam Langer
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Intro American writer
Is Writer Journalist Novelist
From United States of America
Field Journalism Literature
Gender male
Birth 1 January 1967, Chicago
Age 56 years
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Adam Langer (born 1967) is an American author best known for his novel Crossing California, which was published in 2004.


Langer grew up in the West Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago, where he attended Daniel Boone Elementary School. He attended Evanston Township High School from 1980–1984 and graduated from Vassar College in 1988. Returning to Chicago, he worked for a little over a decade as an editor, nonfiction author, playwright, theater director, and film producer. In 2000, he won a fellowship to Columbia University's National Arts Journalism Program and remained in New York as a senior editor of Book Magazine until it folded in 2003. He had a weekly column in The Book Standard.

In August 2012, he was named Arts Editor of The Jewish Daily Forward.



  • Crossing California (2004)
  • The Washington Story (2005)
  • Ellington Boulevard (2008)
  • My Father's Bonus March (2009)
  • The Thieves of Manhattan (2010)
  • The Salinger Contract (2013)

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