Marc Stein

Marc Stein was born in Flushing, Queens and grew up in Laurelton, Queens, Old Bethpage (Long Island) and Hauppauge (Long Island). He graduated from SUNY Albany with degrees in philosophy and computer science, and has worked for General Instrument, Robotic Vision Systems, Loan Pricing Corporation, Sybase, JP Morgan, Time Warner,,, A&E Network/History Channel and DOAR Communications. His one creative contribution to popular culture was his extensive analysis of Bob Dylan's experimental four-hour movie "Renaldo and Clara," which surfaced on the usenet newsgroup in 1994 and is now archived on Literary Kicks. Speaking of LitKicks, you can find out more about Marc Stein by looking up this guy. Marc has three kids and currently lives in Rego Park, Queens.