“My gift is when I was chosen to come to this world and learn to give rather than take.”
Winning entries in a writing contest will be preserved as a record of the COVID-19 experience here.
While the COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a new era of screen time — Zoom teleconferencing, more Netflix than anyone thought possible and FaceTime as a way to socialize — it also seems to have brought out a lot of authors and other creatives in our own backyard.
Author and jazz vocalist “Bridget” Burton wants children in La Jolla to experience a virtual musical adventure to Hawaii, and she’s delivering just that with the help of a furry counterpart.
Poetry has been in Kazim Ali’s life for as long as he can remember, but he needs it more than ever now.
La Jollan Lamar Rutherford self-published her first book, the action-adventure novel “CodeY,” in the spring, and she’s already busy writing the sequel.