Alison Barker , a.k.a. Ms. Barker, currently lives in New Orleans.
Her work has appeared in Switchback, Monkeybicycle, Fwriction: Review, Ravenna Press’ Anemone Sidecar, Front Porch, Columbia Journal of Art and Literature, dislocate. Fiction, nonfiction, and theater reviews appear in Bitch, Paste Magazine, Philadelphia Inquirer, Chicago Reader, Rain Taxi, Bookslut, and Los Angeles Review of Books.
She enjoys new places and faces, indefatigably drawing connections between people, places, ideas, and good and mediocre coffee.
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“She enjoys new places and faces, indefatigably drawing connections between people, places, ideas, and good coffee”
That’s chicory coffee as in café au lait, surely.
From the information that I’ve been able to gather – and the picture, I believe that you must be “my’ Alison Barker.
I hope this method of communication works. I could not find an email address.
Yes! It’s me! It’s great to hear from you! I’m at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ll email you a hello!