Murray Silverstein (born September 19, 1943) was an American poet, prose writer, and academic.
As a young designer, he worked for noted California architect Richard Neutra.
Silverstein co-authored the book A Pattern Language. At that time, he taught architecture courses at the University of California, and subsequently taught at the University of Washington. He had also written several articles on pattern languages.
- Any Old Wolf. San Francisco: Sixteen Rivers Press, 2006.
- Master of Leaves. Berkeley, CA: Sixteen Rivers Press, 2014.
- A Pattern Language Which Generates Multi-Service Centers (with Christopher Alexander & Sara Ishikawa). Berkeley, CA: Center for Environmental Studies, 1968.
- A Pattern Language: Towns, buildings, construction (with Christopher Alexander & Sara Ishikawa). New York: Oxford University Press, 1977.
- The Good House: Contrast as a design tool (with Max Jacobson & Barbara Winslow). Newtown, CT: Taunton Press, 1990.
- Patterns of Home: The ten essentials of good urban design (with Max Jacobson & Barbara Winslow). Newtown, CT: Taunton Press, 2002.
- 2 poems at Sixteeen Rivers Press: "Any Old Wolf," "Leaf-Speak"
- Murray Silverstein 2 poems in the Montreal Review
- "Murray Silverstein's Metaphysical Chickens," The Forward (3 poems)
- Audio / video
- Murray Silverstein at Amazon.com
- Author Profile at Sixteen Rivers
- Gather Ye Rosebuds, interview in Readers Review, 2010
- Interview with Murray Silvertein at Poecology, 2011
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