SUSAN LEVITT IN THE PRESS
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In February, 2016 Susan was interviewed by the Houston Chronicle about the Year of the Fire Monkey, and how the lunar new year promises a little monkey business!
Bay Area Bites
In February 2013, Susan was interviewed by KQED for a fun and entertaining article about “Chinese Astrology and Food Favorites in the Year of the Snake.”
In September 2008, Susan was interviewed by Chicagoing host Bill Campbell. Susan tells about growing up in Chicago, her first tarot card reading, and the interests and education that inspired her life journey. View the television program!
For their “On The Town” column in the Sunday paper October 1, 2006, the San Francisco Chronicle asked Susan where she enjoys spending time in San Francisco. If you’re visiting, you might enjoy some of these interesting and out of the way places.
Interview with Susan in Inman.com, the online newspaper for real estate professionals. This article “The Mystics Predict the Housing Market” was posted September 29, 2004. Even with the most fortunate prediction, have the 20% down payment and a fixed mortgage rate!
Interview with Susan in SFGate.com, the online edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. This Year of the Monkey interview was posted from January through March, 2004. Those Monkeys can be pretty wily… but great with Dragons and Rats.
A long article about Susan reading tarot cards appeared in the Sunday San Francisco Chronicle, page E3, September 29, 2002. Interesting that this article expresses the personal point of view of the woman receiving a tarot card reading.
Best of San Francisco
In May 2002, Susan was very fortunate to be voted “Best Astrologer” of San Francisco by the readers of SF Weekly, a San Francisco paper. (Best of San Francisco, May 2002.) This article is a lot of fun, and thank you for this honor!
A humorous article from a skeptical journalist about experiencing a tarot card reading with Susan. (Pacific Sun, September 3, 1997.) This interview took place in Susan’s lovely Craftsman cottage in Sausalito, before she moved to San Francisco.