Rosalind Helfand

Rosalind Helfand is a writer and literary curator living in Los Angeles. She grew-up in the Southern California suburban town and former home of the indigenous Chumash tribe, Simi Valley. Rosalind works extensively on environmental conservation and human rights issues, and she regularly blogs and writes op-eds on these issues. Rosalind is the Managing Editor of Literature for Life and the Director of The Tomorrow Prize and The Roswell Award science fiction writing competitions. She is also an advisor for Nonprofit and Government organizations on policies and programs.