Here’s my entry for the 6th Annual Valentiny Contest hosted by Susanna Hill. Continue reading 6th Annual Valentiny Contest
My entry about a holiday helper for Susanna Hill’s 10th Annual Holiday Contest. Continue reading The Holiday Helper Contest
It’s time for the 10th Annual Halloweensie Contest! Here’s my entry. 100 words for kids, using skeleton, creep and mask. Continue reading Boooo! Halloweensie Contest!
The AWLC’s virtual Kaleidoscope event allowed the stories of many women writers to be heard via Zoom while supporting education in Peru. Continue reading Kaleidoscope Rocks the Literary World!
I’m pleased to announce that Ruth Hickman, of Ruth Hickman Photography, who I profiled earlier this year, recently won the Sony Alpha Female+ Grant. Ruth Carter Hickman, a traveling visual storyteller who uses digital media to showcase underrepresented cultures, won the Alpha Female+ Grant for her project on Mexican cultural icon-inspired portraits that reimagine traditional Mexican national treasures as Afro-Mexicans. “Through the lens of people of color, I … Continue reading Congrats to Ruth Hickman and the Afro Latino También Project
This is my entry into the #FallFrenzy2020 contest. I hope you enjoy it. Continue reading Run
Join a creative arts festival online to support education in Peru with the AWLC this October. Continue reading Online Arts Festival in October!
In this post, I talk about the magic of haiku and how it allows you to paint a picture and your emotions in just a few words. Some of my haiku are included. Continue reading Do You Haiku?
This page introduces Sara Fajardo, a multimedia journalist, writer, editor, poet, and all-around amazing person. She was recently signed with Nicole Geiger @ Full Circle Literary. Continue reading Sarita Fajardo, Multimedia Storyteller
Telling stories to children can bring many benefits–from encouraging language, speech, and creativity, to promoting a sense of wonder at the world, to building stronger parent-child bonds. And it can be fun for all! Continue reading Why Do We Tell Stories?