Beth Levine (behth luh-veen):
Proper name: An award-winning, versatile, humorous and meticulous writer of magazine, web and newspaper articles and books.
A knowledgeable creator of corporate communications and marketing materials.
A thoughtful coach of college application essays who helps students find their true voice.
A low maintenance writer who has never missed a deadline.
Proper usage: "That Beth Levine, she's so dependable. I think I'll hire her."
My essay, They Don't Always Look Like Breakthroughs, published in O in August 2014, is included in an anthology called O's Little Book of Happiness.
Are women being overmedicated on antidepressants? I interview the controversial Julia Holland, MD, author of Moody Bitches, in the April issue of O, the Oprah Magazine.
My essay, A Ham Is Born, will be published in Chicken Soup for the Soul's Time to Thrive.