June 22, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
Hot Psychology Magazine is pleased to announce that renowned author, professor, song writer and media commentator Paul Levinson has agreed to speak at its inaugural conference.

Levinson, author of The Silk Code, Borrowed Tides, and The Plot to Save Socrates is the winner, nominee or finalist of numerous awards including the Locus Award, the Hugo, the Nebula, the Prometheus, the Edgar and the Audie. He has been interviewed by or participated in discussions with Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, ABC, CBS, CNBC, BBC, The Discovery Channel, NPR and Canada’s CBC and his music has been performed or produced by the likes of Bobby Darin, Ellie Greenwich, Jimmy Wisner, Columbia Records and Atlantic Records.

The conference, which takes place September 6, 7 and 8, 2007, at the Courtyard Marriott located at 30 East Hubbard in downtown Chicago, IL, is designed to encourage a dialog between
editorial and media personnel, business and education leaders, mental and physical health professionals and anyone from the general public interested in "discussing the issues that make us human."

Levinson joins “The Love Doctor” Dr. Terri Orbuch, author and advertising guru Steffan Postaer, Australian therapist Dr. Charmaine Saunders, author, professor and game designer Tom Filsinger and author Carol O’Dell as speakers for the event.

“We are extremely honored and privileged to have Dr. Levinson join us,” Editor-in-Chief Jim Idema said. “His insights along with the insights from our other speakers are sure to make what was a good conference great.”

Fees for the conference are $400 if registered before July 1, $500 after July 1 and $600 at the door. Advanced registration or advanced hotel reservations will not be taken after August 23, 2007.

For more information on Hot Psychology Magazine or The First Ever Hot Psychology Magazine Conference, visit To register for the conference, please contact Jim Idema at 616-635-8849 or or visit the conference page at


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