Josh Levin Biography
Josh Levin is a writer from the United States who currently works as the national editor at Slate magazine. He also runs the sports podcast Hang Up and Listen for the magazine. He has been a member of the magazine’s family since 2003. Josh enjoys reading, writing, and traveling in his spare time.
Josh Levin Age
Josh Levin was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in the United States of America on March 15, 1980. He is 42 years old.
Josh Levin Height
Josh stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Josh Levin Family
Josh was born and reared in New Orleans, Louisiana, in the United States of America, with his dedicated parents’ love, care, and support. Will soon update details on his parents and siblings.
Josh Levin Wife
Despite being a public figure, Josh has managed to keep personal facts such as his marital status private. As a result, whether he is single or dating, it is not available. We’ll keep you updated on his marital status as soon as he makes it public.
Josh Levin Education
Josh graduated from a local high school before enrolling at Brown University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in computer technology and history.
Josh Levin Salary
Josh earns an annual salary of $92,680.
Josh Levin’s Net Worth
Josh’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Josh Levin Career
Aside from writing and editing, Josh hosts Hang Up and Listen a Slate magazine podcast. He primarily covers sports there. He also presented The Queen, a four-episode mini-series with two additional episodes.
Josh is also the author of The Queen: The Hidden Life Behind an American Myth, which he published. His book is on Linda Taylor, also known as the “Welfare Queen,” and her repeated acts of fraud and larceny. His novel won the National Book Critics Circle Prize in 2019.
He currently works as a national editor at Slate, which he joined in 2013. Josh co-hosts Slate’s sports podcast Hang Up and Listen with Stefan Fatsis in addition to working as an editor. He published an article about Linda Taylor in 2013 in which he disclosed her criminal activities that led to her conviction.
The Washington Monthly called his essay “the most compelling true crime read of the year.” He previously hosted The Queen, a four-episode mini-series. He spoke about Linda Taylor and Reagan-era politics there. Josh has received various honors over his career, including the 2004 Media Reporting/Criticism Award.