Having while while doing research for my next book

Reviewers Speak Out About RUNNING ON EGGS

"A fascinating portrait of an exotic and troubled land..." -- Voice of Youth Advocates

"This thought-provoking first novel...offers a peaceful resolution of its potentially volatile conflicts;" -- Publishers Weekly

"[Levine's] characters' struggle with universal yet personal issues such as trying to fit in and dealing with schoolyard justice is what will appeal to American kids."--
The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

Poems and short stories for young readers

Coming soon from PJ Ourway....an unforgettable subterranean adventure into old/new worlds.

The Wednesday Club
Winner of the SCBWI 2006 Magazine Merit Honor Award

Saxophone Summer
The inspiration? A Thursday evening jazz concert near the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Ninth Inning
Where do you get your ideas?
I was totally jet lagged having spent two weeks in San Diego, California critiquing manuscripts with my old writer's group, Beth Wagner Brust and John H. Ritter. John was working on one of his baseball themed books. Check out my writer friends: http://www.rdgwtg.com/brust/welcome.html and www.johnhritter.com

Take A Bow
Insipiration? The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. Daniella's relationship with her cello inspired this poem

Come June
This time a classical concert in Jeruaslem. Listening to music, I see words.

BEING ROMEO a one-act comedy of errors. PLAYS Magazine.
A short story of friendship, romance and an oncology ward. First published in Cicada Magazine, won second place in the SCBWI Magazine Merit Award Competition in 2006
This poem was first published in Cicada Magazine, June 2006 won first prize SCBWI Magazine Merit Award, 2007.
by Anna Levine, first published in Cricket Magazine, 2004. Translated into Spanish
This poem was first published in Cricket Magazine, January, 2005 1st runner up of SCBWI magazine merit award 2006
And yet another poem to share