Alicia Rebensdorf

Alicia Rebensdorf has been published in Salon.com, The Los Angeles Times, Bay Area weeklies and Salon’s travel anthology, Wanderlust: Real-Life Tales of Adventure and Romance. Alicia graduated with honors from Lewis and Clark College with an emphasis in media studies and has worked as an assistant editor at Trips magazine and Alternet, an online news service where she headed a department entitled MediaCulture.

Based on the first 100 pages of Remote Control Road Kill, in 2003 Alicia was honored with the Mary J. Tanenbaum award, an annual nonfiction award given by The San Francisco Foundation to young writers for works-in-progress. She currently lives in Brooklyn.
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