Ariel Leve is an acclaimed journalist with the Sunday Times Magazine. She was most recently Highly Commended by the British Press Awards as Interviewer of the Year, 2010.
Leve has delivered many sharp, high-profile cover stories on subjects ranging from Iraq veterans against the war to to interviews with Tom Cruise, Anothony Hopkins, Martin Scorsese, John Irving, Bert Fields, Quentin Tarantino, and Elton John, among others. Leve won Feature Writer of The Year for her cover story on Tyler Ziegel, a wounded veteran of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Leve's ‘Cassandra’ column was one of the longest-running and most popular in the Sunday Times. Her collection of columns, It Could Be Worse, You Could Be Me, was published by HarperPerennial in April 2010. The book was recently optioned for television by Cineflix Studios.
Ariel’s work has also appeared in The Guardian, Vogue, Elle, Granta.com and other publications. She is based in London and New York.