The Wailing Woman


Residents in the small, upscale community of La Jolla said sometimes you could see her walking on the beach just before dawn, when the tide was out and fingers of fog clung to the top of the cove and nearby hills. But, you could only see her for a few moments and then she’d disappear. […]

Posted at 2:05 am on October 28, 2014 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Mystery, Seasonal Fiction | Tagged: , , , , | Continue reading

Bill Dauber Tells Journalism Students “Bring It to the Table”


Bill Dauber, Professor of Journalism at Los Angeles Valley College, and advisor of the school’s Valley Star, tackles the question: “What is the future of journalism?” as guest speaker of LAVC’s Journalism 108 class last Tuesday night. “Journalism is changing the way we get our news,” confirms Dauber. “New media is moving in new areas, […]


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Kimberly Mack

Kimberly Mack

Hello and thank you for stopping by.  I hope you enjoy my work.  I am a writer residing in Los Angeles, CA.   I cover various events for the Tolucan Times and am a writer for Examiner.com.  I am passionate about writing and photography.  I write in a variety of different styles and genres, from straight news articles to short stories.   I am also continuously scouting Los Angeles for interesting subjects to photograph and weave into articles.  My photography work is for sale and has been exhibited in  a variety of artshows in Los Angeles and at the LA Center for Digital Art.  I specialize in digital special effects.  One of my current projects is a photography book on Los Angeles due out later this year.   For more samples of my work, please feel free to visit me at www.fineartamerica.com or visit my blog at www.kimberlymack.blogspot.com, as well as my photography page on FB at Kimberly Mack Photography.  Feel free to leave comments or email me at Mackspclk@aol.com.

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