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Bewildering Stories

Steven C. Levi

Bewildering Stories biography

Steven Levi is a freelance technical writer living in Anchorage, Alaska. A resident of Alaska for many decades, he has published more than 75 books in fields as diverse as history, Western, travel, poetry, how-to, texts, young adult, fiction, humor and aviation.

He also produces educational software. His current passion is using history as education and his innovative concept — which can be seen at — recently won the Thatcher Hoffman Smith Award for “Creativity in Motion.”

His latest book is The Clara Nevada, a true crime investigation of Alaska’s ghost ship, which sank in 1898 and resurfaced in 1908. His historical investigation revealed the sinking of the Clara Nevada to have been a robbery, the largest unreported theft in American history: $17 million, about twice the size of the Brink’s Job, combined with the largest mass murder in American history (165 dead) until the Oklahoma City bombing.

Copyright © 2006, 2014 by Steven C. Levi

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Prose Fiction
Swapping on Interlude
An Historical Holograph
Kid Cockroach
Poetry With Eight Feet
The Taste of Purple
Bandersnatch George and the Desert Rider Rendezvous
The Behemoth in the Barn

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