Homeless poser, Mercedes Benz owner, the other Patrick Daughertys of San Diego, at work on Alaska Pipeline
Patrick Daugherty 8:30 a.m., March 24
Iolanda Scripca is a Reader contributor. See staff page for published articles.
Iolanda Scripca, published poet, translator, journalist, and photographer, lived in Eastern Europe for the first twenty four years of her life, in a loving family. Her mom was a teacher, a high school principal, and a cultural promoter. Her dad was a published novelist, poet and TV producer. An unforgettable moment was her collaboration with her Dad in the translation and adaptation of a children's book by the Bulgarian author Leda Mileva. She is a graduate of Foreign Languages and Literatures from the University of Bucuresti/Romania. Nowadays she enjoys Southern California and possesses a CA Teaching Credential from Chapman University. Ms. Scripca publishes in several Romanian-American Newspapers both in Romanian and English. "Lava Of My Soul" is her recently released collection of poems and essays. Iolanda's photography has been published in several magazines and featured on national TV at HLN Evening Express News and KTLA Channel 5.
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Posted Dec. 9, 2016