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Andre Levi

Andre Levi, a sociologist with a doctorate from Ohio State, moved to Santa Barbara in late 2002. She has been writing poetry since age seven but had never read it to anyone till she got to California. Encouraged by those lyrical Californians to write more poetry, to read her poetry aloud, and to get it published, Andre followed suit and has done (and continues to do) all three. Personal and professional interests in Psychology, Social Psychology, Neuroscience, and the processes of creativity inspire her writing.

Articles by Andre Levi

Ekphrasis: A Creative Process for Improving Your Poetry April 4, 2010 (Andre Levi) Stuck for an inspiration? Andre Levi mixes her professional interests in psychology, social psychology, and neuroscience with her literary talent to make some suggestions that are sure to get that pen (or keyboard) working at a satisfying pace. [– Editors] (complete article...)