Lois Leveen

Award-winning author Lois Leveen dwells in the spaces where literature and history meet. Her work has appeared in numerous literary and scholarly journals, as well as The New York Times, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, Bitch magazine, The Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, and on NPR. Lois gives talks about writing and history at universities, museums, and libraries around the country. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with two cats, one Canadian, and 60,000 honeybees. Visit her online at LoisLeveen.com and Facebook.com/LoisLeveen.

Books by this Author

Juliet's Nurse

My Life in 8 Words

Author Revealed

Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. Let's have as much fun as possible.

Q. What was/is your favorite job?

A. Why would I say anything but novelist? Of course, I do love to teach, so "novelist who does programs about the history behind her books" is REALLY my favorite part.

Q. What were your previous occupations?

A. Babysitter, donut bakery worker, bagel bakery worker (I come from a land of round baked goods), boring part-time office job where I worked with some guy named Barack Obama, camp counselor, women's clinic worker, waitress, college TA, college professor, federal education grant director, education and education philanthropy expert, strategic communications consultant

Q. Name of your favorite composer or music artist?

A. I play the accordion--are you SURE you want to hear what I like to listen to?

Q. What is your favorite television show?

A. Slings and Arrows, and not just for the Shakespeare connection.

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