Alicia King Anderson is a storyteller based in Atlanta, Ga.
Her narrative essay Nichts Passiert in München appeared in the Fall 2016 issue of Mayday magazine.
She works as an SEO freelancer, and her website there is at Alicia King Anderson.
Alicia also writes short stories, novels, graphic novels and essays. She dabbles in poetry, likes to sew clothing, and is currently goofing around with a 3D printing doodler pen. She’s a full time grad student at Pacifica Graduate Institute, pursuing a degree in the Mythological Studies and Depth Psychology program. (Think Joseph Campbell)
Most of the images on this blog are her own – taken on her various adventures. She likes to hike, explore crumbling buildings, check out outsider art, and geek out in museums.
6 thoughts on “About AK Anderson”
over 1500 people read your blog and nobody comments? 🙁 Sad face
Whoops – 1300 people, sorry
I have the account integrated with Twitter. As far as I can tell, that number in the footer = Twitter followers + email subscribers + WordPress blog-followers
it drives me BATTY that no one ever comments :/
I wish you luck as you join the rest of us here in submission purgatory!
Hi – I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award: http://iwishidknown.wordpress.com/2014/04/15/paying-it-forward-a-blogging-award/. Not spam, I promise. Though spammers could say that as well, I guess. But really – not spam and I don’t usually go in for chain-mail-like things. This was kind of fun and it gives exposure to blogs with smaller followings. Yay. Cheers!