What a blast I had playing Linus (in this creative version Linus was a girl). Please take a look at the slideshow in my Musical Theater tab under Music!
My poem, The Decision, placed 3rd in the Ventura County’s Art Tales Contest. This creative contest was inspired by works of art in the City’s Municipal Art Collection. The photograph “Tambor, 2000” by William Hendricks, sparked my imagination. This is the link to the photograph: Tambor, 2000
This was my third poem to be recognized during the National Poetry Month, which made it even more special.
Recently, The Holocaust Museum in conjunction with the Anti-Defamation League of Atlanta held a poetry contest for all children and young adults in the south-east. The theme was ‘Imagine a World Without Hate’. I entered my poem, The Optimist, and it was awarded first place in my division. I was so excited when they notified me! Below are some pictures from the awards ceremony held at Kennesaw State University last weekend:
A few months ago, I entered my poem The Mist into the Ventura County Writers Club’s contest. A couple of weeks ago they contacted me to inform me that my poem won first place in my age category! I was so excited! Unfortunately, I could not attend the award ceremony in California. The contest chair asked if I could record reading my poem so that they could play it at the awards ceremony. I was so thrilled to do that! You can see the link is below. Thank you to everybody at Ventura County Writers Club for their attention and kindness.
My French teacher, Mme. Maryse, recently surprised me with my book of poems translated into FRENCH! It was SUCH a nice surprise! Mme. Maryse must have spent so much time on this project! Mme. Maryse decorated every page with a different image and color to match the theme of my poem. It is such a beautiful book! I am so lucky to have a teacher like you. Merci, Mme. Maryse!