Michael D. Horowitz was an American author and archivist in West Vancouver, British Columbia. Michael D. Horowitz is commonly known as an author, publisher, editor, archivist, and bookseller.
Table of Biography
Early Life and Childhood
Michael D. Horowitz was born on born December 11, 1938, in Brooklyn, Kings, NY, United States. His father Sol Horowitz and his grandparents on his father’s side were also Russian Jews.
Despite being born in America, Horowitz’s mother, Ethel Frankel Horowitz, and his maternal relatives were Romanian Jews. His relatives lost some of their lives during the Holocaust. He is known to be an American by nationality and belongs to the Christianity religion and his zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
Michael is an educated person but there is no information regarding his schools, colleges, and academics. Also, his additional academic credentials are unavailable. He might have done his schooling at a local school in Brooklyn.
Michael D. Horowitz died on October 02, 2019, at the age of 80 in Sonoma County, California, United States of America.
Michael was married to Cynthia Palmer, an author, video producer, and editor by profession. They both have two children Winona Ryder and Uri Horowitz. Aside from that, there is no information about his previous affairs, girlfriends, or divorce. However, Cynthia has two children from her prior marriage Jubal Palmer and Sunyata Palmer.
Michael’s daughter Winona attended Kenilworth Junior High in Petaluma, California, and later enrolled in the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, where she took her first acting lessons at the age of 12 and later graduated from Petaluma High School. Later she became a famous actress.
Michael hasn’t been associated with any rumors or controversies.
Career and Professional Life
The Fitz Hugh Ludlow Memorial Library, the greatest collection of drug-related literature in the world, was founded by him and his wife. Currently, he is the proprietor of Flashback Books, a mail-order bookstore that specializes in out-of-print, rare, and uncommon books, magazines, and related printed materials on the culture, literature, and science of psychoactive substances.
A biopic about Leary is being planned by Horowitz and actor Leonardo DiCaprio, and it will be scripted by Craig Lucas. The Fitz Hugh Ludlow Memorial Library is a library of psychoactive drug-related literature founded in 1970 by Michael D. Horowitz, William Dailey, Cynthia Palmer, and Robert Barker, who merged their private libraries.
It was named after Fitz Hugh Ludlow, author of The Hasheesh Eater, the first full-length work of drug literature written by an American (1857). It was the world’s largest library, and it was based in San Francisco, California. In 2003, the Ludlow Library merged with the Ludlow Santo Domingo Library in Geneva, Switzerland.
Following the death of its owner, Julio Mario Santo Domingo, Jr., his family loaned the book collection to Harvard University’s Houghton Library and the music collection to Cleveland, Ohio’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
The library expanded rapidly during the 1970s and operated out of San Francisco as an international resource for psychoactive drug research and the study of psychoactive drug use in contemporary and historical societies.
The Ludlow Library thrived during one of the most intense periods of media interest in the personal, social, scientific, and political aspects of the drug experience. Hundreds of writers, filmmakers, and news media researchers used the Library to gather accurate historical information on cannabis, opiates, coca and cocaine, and psychedelics for their publications.
Michael has not been associated with or won any kind of awards. He hasn’t received any prestigious title.
Michael’s net worth is $3 million. He made the majority of his money as a professional Archivist. Michael has not endorsed any brand till now. He has also not promoted anything and has not appeared in any brand collaborations.
Michael’s height is around 5 feet 4 inches and weighs 67 kg approximately and has black and brown eyes and hair. However, his shoe size is unavailable.
Michael D. Horowitz is not available on any other social media sites, he doesn’t use any social media sites.