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Michael Wexler

Michael Lewis Wexler [1970 - ] is an American born writer/musician. He is the author of six books: Voices of the Xiled (Doubleday, 1994), Baked Potatoes: A Pot Smoker's Guide to Film & Video (Doubleday, 1996), The Seems: The Glitch in Sleep (Bloomsbury, 2007), The Seems: The Split Second (Bloomsbury, 2008), The Seems: The Lost Train of Thought (Bloomsbury, 2009) and The Work From Home Survival Guide (Crackerjack, 2018). He is the singer/songwriter/co-producer of five records: It's Too Late to Be a Rock Star [EP], For the Fun, The Fog, Growing Up, and The General Store. He is the creator of multiple projects for companies including 20th Century Fox, NPR, Aflac, Microsoft, Coca-Cola and more. He has served as Adjunct Professor at The University of Missouri - Kansas City, professional poker player in Atlantic City, NJ, and Consultant at Hamley's toy store, London, UK. He has resided in Paris, London, NY, Los Angeles, North Carolina, Belize, Kansas City, Prague, Princeton, and Wuppertal Germany, to name a few. He is a graduate of Princeton University with a degree in English and currently lives in Martha's Vineyard, MA. His sister - Helen Wexler (age 26) - was recently voted the 14th most powerful woman in the state of Israel by Forbes Magazine.

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