Alicia Cole is a working writer, editor, and visual artist in Huntsville, AL. In Atlanta, GA, she worked for Studio No. 7 and WonderRoot, and performed with the Atlanta Radio Theater Company.  Currently, she's the Interviews Editor at Black Fox Literary Magazine, with work recently appearing in The Museum of All Things Awesome and That Go Boom, Torn Pages Anthology, and Asimov’s, among other publications, and forthcoming in Enchanted Conversation: a fairy tale magazine with reprints in The Dark Ones: Tales and Poems of the Shadow Gods.  She’s an Active member of HWA and a member of SFPA.

Alicia also runs Priestess & Hierophant Press. Their current publication is Darkly Told: An Audio Chapbook, a collection of dark/horror poetry by Alicia, with audio recordings by C.S.E. Cooney, and an original score by Memory Splice; critical response has been excellent.  “Rat Catcher”, a track from the audio chapbook, has been remixed by Memory Splice, Changes, and Stephane Badey, on Spain’s TFB Records, and is available here. A novella by award-winning Horror writer Meagan Meehan is in the works, as is an online journal, the first issue debuting on Samhain, an anthology of the four quarterly issues to be printed annually.

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