David Levithan is a writer of realistic fiction for teenagers. His most famous works include ''Boy Meets Boy'', among the first books to paint gays in a positive light, and ''Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist'', which was co-written with Creator/RachelCohn and was the basis for [[NickAndNorahsInfinitePlaylist the movie of the same name]].

!!David Levithan's works include:
* ''Boy Meets Boy'' (2003)
* ''The Realm of Possibility'' (2004)
* ''Are We There Yet?'' (2005)
* ''Marley's Ghost'' (2005)
* ''Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist'' (2006) - co-written with Rachel Cohn, the basis for [[NickAndNorahsInfinitePlaylist the movie of the same name]].
* ''Wide Awake'' (2006)
* ''Naomi and Ely's No-Kiss List'' (2007) - co-written with Rachel Cohn
* ''How They Met and Other Stories'' (2008)
* ''Likely Story'' (2008) - co-written with Chris Van Etten and David Ozanich, under penname David Van Etten
* ''All That Glitters'' (2008) - co-written with Chris Van Etten and David Ozanich, under penname David Van Etten; sequel to ''Likely Story''
* ''Red Carpet Riot'' (2009) - co-written with Chris Van Etten and David Ozanich, under penname David Van Etten; sequel to ''All That Glitters''
* ''Love is the Higher Law'' (2009)
* ''Literature/WillGraysonWillGrayson'' (2010) - co-written with Creator/JohnGreen
* ''Dash and Lilly's Book of Dares'' (2010) - co-written with Rachel Cohn
* ''The Lover's Dictionary'' (2011)
* ''Every You, Every Me'' (2011)
* ''Literature/EveryDay'' (2012)
* ''Invisibility'' (2013) - co-written with Andrea Cremer
* ''Two Boys Kissing'' (2013)
* ''Rhiannon'' (2015)

!!Tropes relating to David Levithan include:
* HeAlsoDid: Along with being a writer, Levithan is an editor for Scholastic. His most notable work for the company was founding PUSH, which focuses on publishing edgier books than the norm.
** He was also a ghostwriter for TheBabySittersClub.
* TwoferTokenMinority: He's a gay Jew.