Aryeh Lev Stollman is a neuroradiologist and assistant clinical professor of Radiology at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. His first novel, The Far Euphrates
(Riverhead) is an American Library Association Notable Book, a Los Angeles Times Book Review
Recommended Book of the Year and National Book Critics Circle Notable Book. The New York Times Book Review
has called The Far Euphrates
"radiant . . . remarkable both for Stollman's eloquently understated prose and for the ease with which he constructs his artful plot." The Far Euphrates
has been translated into German, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese and Hebrew.
He is also the author of a second novel The Illuminated Soul
(Riverhead), translated into German, Dutch and Italian, and a story collection The Dialogues of Time and Entropy
His story "Lotte Returns!" was commissioned and broadcast by National Public Radio. He has been a special guest discussing Creativity and the Brain on Studio 360
hosted by Kurt Andersen.
Watch & Listen:
Neuroradiologist Aryeh Lev Stollman on Creativity and the Brain (Studio 360, November 23, 2002)