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Los Angeles Writers

Meghan Rose – Los Angeles Editor
As a mother of twins, Meghan is always on the lookout for family-friendly things to do- and while exploring Los Angeles with kids, she’s found tons that she’d never dreamed existed. When not exploring the city, Meghan is writing, eating, cooking, running, or reading – children’s literacy is one of her other passions (if you’re looking for book suggestions for kids of any age, check out www.litforkids.com).  Get to know our LA Editor.

Kim Orchen Cooper
Kim Orchen Cooper spent her ‘Wonder Bread’ years in the Midwest before moving to Washington DC to put her Economics degree from University of Michigan to work. Stints at The Brookings Institution followed by the UN in Geneva Switzerland, before she landed in Los Angeles to embark on a casting career in film and TV. The birth of Kim’s daughter in 2004 prompted a shift in her time management, leading to freelance writing and editing. Ever the adventurer, Kim has long been the go-to girl for the latest and greatest in her community, now benefitting the readers of Red Tricycle. Follow her @go2gal_LA.

Jennifer O’Brien
Jennifer O’Brien is an award-winning comedy writer based in LA whose work has been lucky enough to be recognized by the New York Television Festival, FOX, Warner Brothers, Nickelodeon and the hobo in front of Arby’s. In her past life, Jen was also an advertising copywriter and Mary Todd Lincoln. When she’s not busy writing, she’s chasing after her adorable 15-month-old son, Jack, who continuously tries to eat the dog’s food.

Elena Wurlitzer Fenegan
After a decade living in London and working in children’s television, Elena returned to her native California with her husband and young twins in time for their 2nd birthday (they’re now starting Kindergarten, which she can hardly believe!). An avid fan of storytelling in all forms, Elena loves writing, creating nightly bedtime stories with her kids, and seeing films, musicals and plays. When she’s not on adventures around town with her little ones, you can find her writing at her laptop or sweating it out at the YMCA (where you can take the spin class she teaches).

Sommy Rhee

A born and bred Texan, Sommy  braved the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Go Blue!) winters where she discovered her passion for writing while at The Michigan Daily. Fast forward s few years, she’s now happily married with two energetic boys, a Yelping foodie, a yogi, and a pharmacist passionate about diabetes. The best birthday gift she’s ever gotten from her husband was by kismet: his chance meeting with Erin Lem in Hawaii that lead to her writing for Red Tricycle about all the fun things she gets to do with her boys. Follow her on Twitter @RheeSommy.

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