Serendipity Magazine Names Executive Editor

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Serendipity magazine, the monthly lifestyle magazine covering relationships, goodwill, health, style, food, travel, families and more for readers in Fairfield County, Connecticut and Westchester County, New York, has appointed Amy Levin-Epstein executive editor.

“I am ecstatic for Amy to join the team of talent that assembles Serendipity, and work closely with our VP, Creative Director Lisa Kennedy to produce this entertaining, insightful magazine every month,” said Suni Unger, Founder and CEO of Serendipity magazine and its parent company, Unger Publishing.  “Having grown up in Fairfield and now residing in Cos Cob, Amy will not only be applying her vast experience in the publishing industry to this role, but also her time spent living in our amazing community.”

“After spending a number of years working and living in New York City, I’m excited to be back in Connecticut to work on this publication,” said Levin-Epstein.  “In addition to maintaining the high quality editorial content of the magazine, I’m looking forward to continuing the team’s work to further develop our digital presence.”

Levin-Epstein has more than 12 years of experience in the publishing industry, holding various editorial roles at media outlets including The Knot Magazine and, The New York Post’s Page Six Magazine, Men’s Health Best Life Magazine and CBS News’ 

As a freelance writer, she has contributed to publications such as Cosmopolitan, Fitness, Food Network, Glamour, Ladies’ Home Journal, Men’s Health, Pregnancy, Prevention, Redbook, Self, Town and Country and more.  Levin-Epstein is a graduate of Oberlin College, and holds her masters degree in sociology from the University of Sydney.

Serendipity is a lifestyle magazine celebrating family discoveries and unexpected moments for readers throughout Fairfield and Westchester Counties and beyond, covering relationships, goodwill, health, style, food, travel and more. The publication is distributed bi-monthly and enjoys a readership of more than 90,000. For more information, visit