Want to go to a movie—without driving over the hill? CLAM and Coastal Rep have collaborated to bring films to Coastal Rep’s Main Street theater, soon after the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. Really? The equipment is in place. The popcorn machine is primed. IT’S SHOWTIME!
Students at Half Moon Bay and Pescadero high schools will team up next semester to produce an online magazine—in English and Spanish. In a project conceived and spearheaded by CLAM, students will collaborate “in the cloud,” without the need for frequent travel between the two schools.
On July 8, 2019 the Internal Revenue Service approved Coastal Literary Arts Movement (Coastal Lit) as a tax-exempt organization, making its donors’ generous contributions, past and future, tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Approval was expedited by the...
Let’s Inspire and Inform
Let’s make the coast’s literary and journalistic life vibrant and rewarding for everyone who lives in the neighborhoods along the San Mateo County Coast. Coastal Literary Arts Movement fosters appreciation of literature and writing, in English and Spanish.
We work with newspapers, schools and other community organizations to reveal the power of words to educate and enjoy while they bring us together.
We’re starting a blog! Rather than only sharing our thoughts, we’d like to hear yours and share them on our site. Please tell us and the community how the literary arts have enriched your life.
You Probably Have Questions
We had questions, too, when we started Coastal Lit. Maybe the same questions as you. We’ve gathered the most frequent ones here. But please ask us anything else you’d like to know.