Choo San Goh, the late choreographer (and a casualty of the AIDS virus) was known as one of the brightest lights in the late 20th century's ballet world. Astonishingly, his work has never been seen by San Francisco audiences - until now.
I am a freelance nonfiction writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. My biggest 'scoop' was interviewing Brian Jones - the original bass player with the Rolling Stones- for my high school newspaper.
For more than 15 years I wrote newsletters, publicity materials and proposals for the Transcendental Meditation organization. I also taught the TM program for more than 35 years, which has deeply informed my interest in development of consciousness.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Dance from UCLA and taught creative dance and movement for ages five through 92. In 1986 I designed the senior citizen exercise program for Summit Medical Center's community outreach program in Oakland, California.
In my writing career I focus on the arts, culture, and the environment.