Spotlight On…Alicia Austen.

Spotlight On…Me! Please hop on over to The Paperbook Blog to check out my little Q & A session. Jayde-Ashe is highlighting some of the contributors to The Paperbook Collective, and I’m up first.

The Paperbook Blog

For the next month or so, I will be shining a spotlight on some of our superstar contributors here at The Paperbook Collective.

Each and everyone of them is a creative genius in their own right, so I thought I would take this opportunity to share some love and promote their work.

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First up is the fabulous Alicia Austen, author of the chilling short story, 

Beyond the Boneyard Gate,

published in Issue Three of The Paperbook Collective. 

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Alicia Austen

To read the rest of Alicia’s story, check out Issue Three.

PDF ~

The Paperbook Collective Issue Three 2013

ISSUU ~

The Paperbook Collective Issue Three 2013

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Five minutes with Alicia ~

          1. What is your creative outlet, and how did you first get into it?

Writing is my creative outlet. I started writing when I was seven, because even then it seemed like…

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About maedez

Writer. Editor. 'zine queen. Fashion freak. History nerd. Tea snob. Punk rock lover. Silent cinema fanatic. Dark chocolate junkie. Gleeful amateur baker. Bookworm. Life lover. Risk taker. Inveterate chronicler. Happy wife.

6 thoughts on “Spotlight On…Alicia Austen.

      • Alicia Austen sounds like the sophisticated writer you are and Maedez sounds mysterious. I like them both 🙂 One of my characters has a lifelong secret crush on his brother’s wife named Mae, but she spells it Mai–I don’t remember why.

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      • Thanks! They both reflect different aspects of my personality, and I enjoy using them for various things. Naturally, I prefer my old-school “Mae” (being named after my great-grandma, who was born in 1909) but any spelling is cool-even “Mai.” 🙂

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