Beth Levine


Freelance Writer

Beth Levine (behth luh-veen): Proper name: 1. An award-winning, versatile, humorous and meticulous writer of magazine, web and newspaper articles and books.  2. A knowledgeable creator of corporate communications and marketing materials. 3. A thoughtful coach of college application essays who helps students find their true voice. 4. 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."


Photo credit: John Martin

Spring 2015
My essay, “They Don’t Always Look Like Breakthroughs,” published in O, August 2014, will be included in an anthology called O’s Little Book of Happiness.

March 2014
I am honored with a Connecticut Press Club award for my More article on biphasic sleeping. Thanks to my editor, Nancy Stedman.

April 26, 2012

I accepted the 2012 Media Orthopaedic Reporting Excellence Award (MORE) from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons for my article on knee replacements in AARP Bulletin. Congrats also to my eagle-eyed editor, Barbara Basler.