Alice Adams has a BA in Philosophy from the University of Bristol and an MA from the University of Manchester, and since a stint as an analyst in the City has had fiction published in various places including The Times and Dark Mountain. This is her first novel. She lives in north London but escapes into the wilderness as often as possible.
@lesinrocks What in God's name is wrong with you people
by @Alice_Adams - 2 hours ago
RT @ELLEfrance: "Au nom de Marie" : notre édito pour toutes les femmes victimes de la violence des hommes https://t.co/viVwOvdrJC https://t…
Day 2 of 3 day autophagy fast and I just had my first experience of fervent radish-lust
by @Alice_Adams - 3 hours ago
RT @Strange_Animals: A newly hatched baby snapping turtle.
(Photo: David Moskowitz) https://t.co/fdXVUkyKDC
by @Alice_Adams - yesterday
RT @bukowski_quote: It's possible to love a human being if you don't know them too well.
'Meanwhile, he started carrying around a letter — a “goodbye love letter,” as he called it—that he p...
by @AliceAdamsAuthor - yesterday
"That's your existential destiny... your job is to figure out how to be a human being...
by @AliceAdamsAuthor - 8 days ago
As for life,
I’m without words
sufficient to say
how it has been hard as flint,
by @AliceAdamsAuthor - 10 days ago
- Why do you paint?
- For exactly the same reason I breathe.
by @AliceAdamsAuthor - 11 days ago
by @AliceAdamsAuthor - 19 days ago
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