Lynn Levin’s (ACG ‘09, WOO ’04) collection of poems, Fair Creatures of an Hour, is reviewed in The Philadelphia Inquirer by Katie Haegele for the March 14, 2010 issue. Haegele calls the poems “sparkling and intelligent and sometimes wise. People who say they don’t like poetry might well like this.” Lynn gives numerous poetry readings in the Philadelphia region and in May will be giving readings in Rochester and Syracuse.
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Writer, poet, and translator Lynn Levin is the author of three collections of poems, Fair Creatures of an Hour (2009), Imaginarium (2005) and A Few Questions about Paradise (2000), all published by Loonfeather Press. Imaginarium was a finalist for ForeWord Magazine’s 2005 Book of the Year Award.
Lynn Levin’s poems have appeared in Ploughshares, Boulevard, Washington Square Review, Hunger Mountain, 5 AM, Cimarron Review, Margie, Lilith, Confrontation, The North American Review, The Comstock Review, Per Contra, Mad Poets Review, Paterson Literary Review, One Trick Pony, Schuylkill Valley Journal of the Arts, Common Wealth: Contemporary Poets on Pennsylvania, on Garrison Keillor’s radio show, The Writer’s Almanac, Verse Daily, and other places. A Bucks County, Pennsylvania Poet Laureate, Levin has also received two grants from the Leeway Foundation and eight Pushcart Prize nominations. In addition to teaching creative writing at the University of Pennsylvania, Lynn Levin teaches at Drexel University, where she is also executive producer of the TV show, The Drexel InterViewTM.