Poet and short story writer.
Alice was born in New Rochelle, New York and moved to San Francisco in 1971. She has been published in the literary magazines Pudding Magazine, Borderlands (Texas Poetry Review), BEAT, Poetrymagazine.com, and the North Coast Literary Review, and in the anthologies It's All Good by Manic D Press and The View from Here by Street Sheet. Her poetry book MURAL won the 2004 Blue Light Press 2004 Book Award Contest. She is one of the winners in her district in the San Francisco Friends of the Library Poets Eleven contest. She is a member of the Authors Guild, Northern California Media Workers Guild (CWA), Academy of American Poets, IWW, Workmen's Circle and Amnesty International.
Alice received a BA in Anthropology from Grinnell College, MA in
English: Concentration Creative Writing and in Drama from San Francisco
State University, and a Certificate in Labor Studies from City College,
San Francisco. Her Masters Thesis in Drama is titled Unsilenced Stages:
Oppression and Survival in South African Theatre under Censorship. She
has also studied at Celebration Mime Theater.
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