Levine, Tracey


Tracey Levine grew up in northeast Philadelphia, PA and teaches creative writing and film courses at nearby Arcadia University where she coordinates the creative writing concentration for undergraduates. She earned a BFA in screenwriting from Philadelphia’s University of the Arts, an MA in English from Arcadia University, and a MFA in fiction from Syracuse University in New York State.

She has worked on many documentary projects for WHYY and her creative writing work has appeared in Verbal Seduction, Metropolis VoxPop, Literary Mothers, The Literary Yard, The Halcyon Review, The Philadelphia City Paper, Streetlight Magazine, The Eunoia Review, The Corner Club Press, Crack the Spine and she has a chapbook with The Head & The Hand Press. She also is co-founder and co-hosts the literary reading series in Philadelphia called The Hatchery.

She currently lives in Philadelphia with her cat and boyfriend. She is a yogi, plays for a dart league and is hard at work on her writing, always.

CommuterLit posts:

“Don’t Start” Part One

“Don’t Start” Part Two