About

Lauren Lola is an author, freelance writer, playwright, and screenwriter based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She graduated from California State University, East Bay where she earned her B.A. in Communication and a minor in Theatre. She is the author of “An Absolute Mind” and “A Moment’s Worth.” She has written plays that have been produced both virtually and in-person for theatre groups on the West Coast of the United States, and has penned the short films, “Breath of Writing” and “Interview with an Aswang” (which she also co-directed and produced).  Her teleplay, “Time and Time Again,” was a semifinalist in Season 2 of the “Your Script Produced!” Worldwide Screenwriting Competition. Lauren has also had writing featured on Hapa Mag, The Nerds of Color, CAAMedia, PBS, YOMYOMF, and other outlets and publications.

She can be found on Twitter and Instagram @akolaurenlola.

Lola By The Bay is her personal blog, where she writes about storytelling (in books, TV, film, music, etc.), the writing process, and life as an author. You can check back every Saturday for a new post from her!

10 Replies to “About”

    1. Thank you! I just looked through yours and I like it. If you don’t mind me asking, is there any connection in your blog’s title to Tavi Gevinson’s Rookie Magazine?

      1. Haha no. I made that name up when I started running. I don’t remember how I came up with it.

    1. Hey Desiree! Glad you like it. It was just in the matter of having one major hub for people to go to to learn about my work, as well as having a space to talk about storytelling, my books, about writing, and about life as a writer.

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