Alice Lowe reads and writes about life and literature, food and family. Her personal essays have appeared in more than sixty literary journals including, this past year: Superstition Review, Waccamaw Review, Baltimore Review, Stonecoast Review, and Hobart. Her work is cited among the Notable Essays in the 2016 Best American Essays and was nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology. Alice is the author of numerous essays and reviews on Virginia Woolf’s life and work, including two monographs published by Cecil Woolf Publishers in London. Alice lives in San Diego, California and blogs at www.aliceloweblogs.wordpress.com.