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 attended TEXTURES, 2020 and 2021, a workshop by Elle Nash, founding fiction editor of Witch Craft Magazine. My fiction has been published in Hobart Pulp, and will be reprinted in Salt Publishing’s Best British Short Stories, 2022 volume. 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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