My fiction and essays have appeared in both print and web publications. As co-editor of The Cafe Irreal, I have honed my editing skills during the twenty years that our magazine has been online.
I write posts for three blogs, some more frequently than others:
At the Irreal Cafe, I wrote a series called Our Year of Reading at the Irreal Cafe, as a run-up to the twentieth anniversary issue of The Cafe Irreal, which went online in February 2019. Follow us on Twitter and Pinterest.
In addition, I have been a member of the Tucson Chapter of the National Writers Union since 2001. I am a member of the Working-Class Studies Association, and I presented my essay, "Twelve Images Made in or near Youngstown, Ohio, That Illustrate Why People Need Both Jobs and Fish," at the WCSA2021 Conference. (See June 9, Class and Environmental Justice panel.)
Please feel welcome to contact me at alicewhittenburg at yahoo.com.