It came from Allison Brice

Allison Brice’s story “A Death in New York” was published in Metaphorosis on Friday, 20 November 2020. As a broke millennial living in an expensive city, I have had my fair share of roommates — some awesome, some awful. I have often used the phrase ‘roommate from hell’, and I thought that perhaps that could be literal. Living with Death as a roommate would certainly present some challenges. Would they clean up? How are their …

A question for Allison Brice

Q: Do you write things other than speculative fiction?

A: Absolutely! I love the challenge of writing creative nonfiction; you have to write yourself as a character, with all the harshness and objectivity with which authors view their characters. I also have branched out into non-genre fiction, though in general if it’s not at least a little fantastical I’m not interested. Also, I write critically acclaimed bathroom stall graffiti that has been published in multiple different languages.


Allison Brice’s story “A Death in New York
in Metaphorosis Friday, 20 November 2020.
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About Allison Brice

Allison Brice was born in the deserts of Tucson, Arizona, but currently resides in Washington, DC. In her day job, she attempts to teach people United States history and mostly fails; at night she writes whatever comes to mind. She has never met a cow she did not like.

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Allison Brice’s story “A Death in New York
in Metaphorosis Friday, 20 November 2020.
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