I must stop contacting her. She stopped contacting me. You couldn’t hear a pin drop. I think it was the love factor. When you discuss your soul, it always sidetracks you from your nous. You say, well, if only I hadn’t broken up with her 3 months ago. If only her boyfriend hadn’t broken up with her 18 years ago…. Read more →
Eleanor Levine's writing has appeared in more than 80 publications, including Fiction, Evergreen Review, The Toronto Quarterly, Faultline Journal of Arts and Letters, The Denver Quarterly, Spoon River Poetry Review, Midway, South Dakota Review, The Citron Review, Heavy Feather Review (print edition), and The Hollins Critic; forthcoming work in Artemis and Free State Review. Her poetry collection, Waitress at the Red Moon Pizzeria, was published by Unsolicited Press (Portland, OR) in 2016. Her short story collection, Kissing a Tree Surgeon, was published by Guernica Editions (Canadian publisher) in 2020.