Karen Levy is an Israeli-American writer. Born in Israel, Levy spent most of her childhood traveling between her native land and the United States. Commuting between these two countries and having a keen eye for detail have afforded Levy the knowledge necessary to recount the immigrant experience in a very candid style. Following her military service, Levy pursued her studies in the United States where she earned a B.A. in Comparative Literature from the University of California at Davis, and an M.A. in English/Creative Writing from Sacramento State University where she teaches composition and interpretation of literature. Her work has appeared in Welter Magazine, So to Speak, the Blue Moon and The Meadow. She lives in Davis, California with her husband and two children.
Current & Forthcoming Titles
Feature Work & Interviews
New Praise for My Father’s Gardens
The Voice Interviews Karen Levy
My Father’s Gardens is Now Available!
Going Home | A Preview of My Father’s Gardens
Read the First Pages of My Father’s Gardens
“Scents” | An Excerpt from My Father’s Gardens by Karen Levy
“Top Secret” | An Excerpt from My Father’s Gardens by Karen Levy
“Gili” | An Excerpt from My Father’s Gardens by Karen Levy
“Under Cover of Night” | An Excerpt from My Father’s Gardens by Karen Levy
Forthcoming Title Profile: My Father’s Gardens
Introducing Karen Levy, Author of the Memoir of My Father’s Gardens
American | A Poem by Karen Levy