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Janet Levine

Janet Levine was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and has lived in the US since 1984. Her first work Inside Apartheid (Contemporary Books 1988) earned national attention in the US from The New York Times, The New York Review of Books, NPR’s Fresh Air, all major TV networks at the time, and many other major national media outlets.

Janet’s latest work is Liv’s Secrets, a novel that in many ways builds on Inside Apartheid.

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Janet is an author, educator, and non-profit entrepreneur. In addition to her novel Liv’s Ghosts and her other Armin Lear title, Reading Matters, she is the author of Inside Apartheid; Know Your Parenting Personality; The Enneagram Intelligences, nominated for the 2002 Grawemeyer Education Award; and Leela’s Gift. Levine has published prolifically in magazines and professional journals as a writer both in her native South Africa and the United States. She is a book reviewer for the online New York Journal of Books. Her work has appeared in The New York Times Sunday Magazine, The Sowetan (in South Africa, the only white journalist to have a column in a black newspaper, 1978-1981.), Boston Globe, Boston Phoenix, and many online journals and magazines.

Janet leads talks, workshops, and programs internationally on the Enneagram, reading and writing, and, occasionally, current events in South Africa. An anti-apartheid activist, she is an expert on South Africa and South African politics.

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