My pseudonym is Alice, and I write weird fiction. I grew up in London, in a flat that overlooks a park. I speak a few languages. I was once stranded on a train to Victoria without paper and wrote a short story on my ticket.

I graduated with a major of my own design in linguistic philosophy from Vassar College. I regularly attend the Turkey City invitation-only professional writers’ workshop in Austin, Texas. I’m a graduate of the 2015 Disquiet International Literary Program, attended the Summer Literary Seminars 2019 programme in Tbilisi on a fellowship, and am currently attending TEXTURES, 2020 and 2021, a workshop by Elle Nash, founding fiction editor of Witch Craft Magazine. I did an internship with one of the most successful literary agencies in New York for a year. I also work as a writing coach and editor.

3 Responses “About” →
  1. I found your blog on Angela Perry’s blog. I’m an author as well, having recently written “Faces in the Fire: Women of Beowulf”. I’d love to connect on here, as well as Twitter and Facebook. It’s important for authors to stick together, right?

    Donnita Rogers

  2. Hi Alice! 🙂 Yes, I visit your blog now and then, and I do like it.
    – In fact, I like it so much that I’ve picked your blog for a blog award. 🙂 Please claim it here: http://howalt.wordpress.com/2011/06/02/awarding/


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