Faythe Levine

Faythe Levine is an independent researcher and creative laborer based in Mellenville, NY. Since 2017, she’s been working with the Charlotte Partridge and Miriam Frink papers housed at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries’ Archives Department. With the intention of putting together a publication, she is looking at their papers that are dense with Wisconsin milestones and queer history.

The last book Faythe recommended was The Phantom Tollbooth (Norton Juster, 1982).
A film that reminds her of childhood is Bedknobs and Broomsticks (Robert Stevenson, 1971).
Her most prized possession is her collection of miniature chairs.

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