Sherri Levine lives in Portland, Oregon where she teaches English as a Second Language to adult immigrants and refugees at Portland Community College and Portland State University. Her work has been published in The Timberline Review, Calyx, Driftwood Press, Hartskill Review, VoiceCatcher: A Journal of Women’s Voices & Visions, Verseweavers, Worcester Review, and The Sun Magazine. She won First Prize (Poet’s Choice) in the Oregon Poetry Association’s Biannual Contest (2017). Sherri recently served as Poetry Editor for VoiceCatcher. She escaped the long harsh winters of upstate New York and has ever since been happily soaking in the Oregon rain. Sherri is the creator and host of Head for the Hills! Poetry Open Mic sponsored by the Hillsdale Library.
Sherri Levine was recently a guest of Poetry and Everything, a KBOO radio show, hosted by Judith Arcana
Lois Cranston Memory Poetry Prize 2019
Poet’s First Choice Winner in Oregon Poetry Association Fall Contest 2017
Honorary Mention Winner in Oregon Poetry Association Spring Contest 2019