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.
Locavore Literary Los Angeles
Literature for Life is a Los Angeles based online literary journal, salon, and resource for educators designed to spark a love of reading and writing.
Literature for Life is proud to conclude our busiest school year, yet! We served over 500 students at three public LAUSD schools with 17 visits from our journal’s authors and artists! Middle and high […]
TRUTH IN IDENTITY: Writers Share Their Truths With the Next Generation – A Reading
Join us at LitFest Pasadena 2018 on Sunday, May 20, 2018 at Vroman’s Bookstore for a powerful reading to celebrate […]
You’re invited to Literature for Life’s Issue 5 Launch Party!
Sunday, July 16, 2017
4:00pm – 7:00pm
1075 E. Topeka St., Pasadena, CA 91104
RSVP to [email protected].
Food and drinks will be served!
$10 suggested donation
Join us for a fabulous summer garden party launch at the home of Literature for […]