Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Spikol studied at Philadelphia College of Art (nowadays University of the Arts).
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Spikol studied at Philadelphia College of Art (nowadays University of the Arts) from 1959 to 1962.
Spikol began his career as an art director of Philadelphia Magazine in 1969 and had held it for five years. In 1972, he became a founder and instructor of the Philadelphia Writer`s School, where he worked until 1978. Also Art served as an editor of Philadelphia Magazine from 1979 to 1982.
In 1982, he was appointed a vice president for communications at Albert Einstein Medical Center. Since 1985 Spikol has been a president of Art Spikol, Inc. In 1986, he took a position of a contributing editor of Writer`s Digest, where he worked until 2015.
On January 12, 1958 Art Spikol married Rosalind Noshay. They have a daughter, Victoria Spikol. On May 28, 1967 he married Linda Parent. They have a daughter, Elizabeth Spikol.