Michael Frank

Author

Michael Frank’s short stories and essays have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Slate, The Yale Review, and Tablet.  His fiction has been presented at Symphony Space’s Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story, and his travel writing has been collected in Italy: The Best Travel Writing from The New York Times.  He served as a Contributing Writer to the Los Angeles Times Book Review for nearly ten years.

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Michael Frank’s mother and her brother married into the same family -- brother and sister married brother and sister. They all lived within three blocks of each other.

'The Mighty Franks:' An unusual family in Laurel Canyon

Michael Frank’s mother and her brother married into the same family -- brother and sister married brother and sister. They all lived within three blocks of each other.

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