Olivia revels in anachronisms—of shooting film in the 2000s; of writing fiction in the age of viral videos. Her interest in space is translated into a photography that seeks out light and void, absence and inertia, particularly in a world that can often be crowded in its own chaos.
Louise Moises was born and raised in San Francisco Bay Area, graduating from San Jose State with a major in Speech and Drama and minor in English. Over her seventy-five years she has been a teacher, a storyteller, a puppeteer, a retail clerk, and the owner of an antiquarian bookstore, along with being a wife, mother and grandmother. Now widowed, she enjoys traveling in her 23 foot RV with her cat, exploring places that inspire her writing. Her poems and stories have been recognized by the literary divisions of the San Mateo County and Marin County Fairs, the Ina Coolbrith Circle, Artists Embassy International, Bay Area Poets Coalition & Keats Soul Making, thewritelaunch and Unlimited Literature.