At 11:32 on a typical Saturday night, a mom and daughter chat while doing their nails.
Lucia Kim is a young author of poetry, memoirs and nonfiction for her family, teachers and mentor. She hopes to grow her reader base while spreading smiles through her writing. Lucia was born and raised in Queens, NY, where she lives with her mom, dad, sister and an abundance of leafy plants. When she's not writing at her kitchen table, Lucia loves to take walks, play the piano and read.
Lucia Kim is a Korean American who writes about her experiences to connect with other children of immigrant parents. She hopes to grow her reader base while spreading smiles through her memoirs and poetry. Lucia was born and raised in Queens, NY, where she lives with her mom, dad, and two cats. When she’s not writing at her kitchen table, Lucia loves to take walks, play the piano, and practice nail art!
Kat and Lucia are a mentor and mentee pair of short girls living in NYC. They may be little, but they’re loud in a conversation about body image and self-confidence.
Full House (with the K.M.A)
My family and the K.M.A are as tight as sticky labels on glass bottles: they’re hard to separate, but they often look better together.
“Fragile Sprouts” is a message encouraging young women to embrace the individuality that makes them beautiful.
First Chance at Love
The poem “First Chance at Love” exposes a young girl’s thoughts and feelings as she encounters her first crush.