Joshua Levy writes non-fiction, fiction, and poetry, tells stories on radio, podcasts, and stage, and teaches creative writing. Levy’s work has been published by the Oxford University Press, Vehicle Press, and in numerous Canadian and international literary magazines. He is a winner of the Carte Blanche/CNFC Creative Nonfiction Prize, SLS Fiction Prize, and CBC/QWF Writing Competition, and has been shortlisted or longlisted for other literary awards, including the CBC Nonfiction Prize, Chester B. Himes Memorial Fiction Contest, Vallum Poetry Chapbook Competition, and Montreal International Poetry Prize. Levy lives in Montreal and is currently working on a book inspired by his articles as the 2018 CBC/QWF Writer-in-Residence.
Streets swollen with cars, sidewalks crowded with people — every one a stranger with a story to tell
The beating heart of the neighbourhood in 1980s and 90s, today Quartier Cavendish attracts a whole new crowd
'Start throwing out all your crap-ola,' ordered our CBC/QWF writer-in-residence's mom. A hurricane ensued
Joshua Levy explores the connections between our past, present and future with his ingenious time machine
After getting his genetic test results, Joshua Levy concludes blood and saliva don't tell the whole story
Joshua Levy, CBC Montreal writer-in-residence, tells us why he focused on the little things for his last love letter to the city.
Josh Levy grew up in Côte-Saint-Luc and says Cavendish Mall is home to many of his childhood memories - including a dramatic mugging!
The latest piece by our CBC Montreal & Quebec Writers' Federation writer-in-residence looks at clearing out his childhood home.
Our CBC Montreal/Quebec Writers' Federation writer in residence casts his mind back in time, using old photos of Montreal.
CBC Montreal's writer in residence tells us how the city has shaped his identity
It was an honour to be interviewed on CBC Radio's Homerun.