Events for With Or Without You
March 25/26 Houston, Texas
Texas Library Association Event "Authors for Your Book Club."
Details to come
September 8, 2020 New York, New York
Yeah You Write Author's Event at Bo's Kitchen & Bar Room
6 West 24th Street, 7:00 Details to come
Her novel, Is This Tomorrow is a New York Times and USA Today bestseller, a San Francisco Chronicle Lit Pick/Editor's Choice, a Jewish Book Council Bookclub Pick, a WNBA National Great Group Reads, a May Indie Next Pick, A Best Book of 2013 from January magazine, on the longlist for the Maine Readers' Choice Award, and the winner of an Audiofile Earphones Award.
Her many essays, stories, book reviews and articles have appeared in Salon, Psychology Today, The New York Times Sunday Book Review, The New York Times Modern Love, Publisher's Weekly, People, Real Simple, New York Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe and numerous anthologies. She won First Prize in Redbook Magazine's Young Writers Contest for her short story, "Meeting Rozzy Halfway," which grew into the novel. The recipient of a New York Foundation of the Arts Award for Fiction for Into Thin Air, she was also a National Magazine Award nominee for personal essay, and she was awarded an honorable mention, Goldenberg Prize for Fiction from the Bellevue Literary Review, for "Breathe," a portion of Pictures of You. As a screenwriter, Caroline was a Nickelodeon Screenwriting Fellow Finalist, and is a recent first-round finalist in the Sundance Screenwriting Lab competition for her script of Is This Tomorrow.
Caroline has been a judge in both the Writers' Voice Fiction Awards in New York City and the Midatlantic Arts Grants in Fiction. She teaches novel writing online at both Stanford University and UCLA Extension Writers Program, as well as working with writers privately.
Caroline has appeared on The Today Show, Diane Rehm, German and Canadian TV, and more, and she has been featured on The View From The Bay. She lives in Hoboken, New Jersey, New York City's unofficial sixth borough, with her husband, the writer Jeff Tamarkin, and has an acting student son, Max.
Film and book inquiries
Brandt and Hochman Literary Agents, Inc
1501 Broadway, Suite 2310
NY, NY 10036
Amy Schiffman, IPG
10585 Santa Monica Blvd. Suite 140
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Film Manager: Richard Arlook
The Arlook Group
201 S. Beverly Drive.
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Books In Common
To arrange a speaking engagement, contact Dawn Stuart at Books In Common,
Director, Workman Speakers Bureau
225 Varick Street, NY, NY 10014-4381
Caroline Leavitt: email@example.com