Arcadia University’s Creative Writing program hosted children and high school students from the Mighty Writers organization on Nov. 11. After touring the campus, the Mighty Writers read from their own works at an open mic and collaborated with Arcadia students on how they could make improvements...
By Alexander Wells '17
When I heard about the collaboration between Arcadia students and Philadelphia’s Mighty Writers, I hardly expected to witness a rap concert in the Fireplace Lounge.
I’d imagined something more like the meet-and-greet I attended earlier in the day, where Lotus,...
Tracey Levine grew up in northeast Philadelphia and teaches creative writing and film courses at Arcadia University where she coordinates the creative writing concentration for undergraduates. She earned a BFA in screenwriting from University of the Arts, an MA in English from Arcadia University, and a MFA in fiction from Syracuse University. She has worked on many documentary projects for WHYY and her creative writing work has appeared in Literary Mothers, The Literary Yard, The Halcyon Review, The Corner Club Press, Eunioa Review, Streetlight Mag, Crack the Spine, The Philadelphia City Paper, and has a Chapbook with The Head and The Hand Press. She currently lives in the Port Richmond area of Philadelphia.
Home Country United States
University of the Arts
BFA Screenwriting, Major in Screenwriting
MAE English, Major in English
MFA Creative Writing (Fiction), Major in Creative Writing (Fiction)