Alicia Sometimes i(65 works by)
Born: Established: Dandenong, Dandenong area, Melbourne South East, Melbourne, Victoria, ;
Gender: Female
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Alicia Sometimes was born in Dandenong, Victoria, in the early 1970s. She is a writer, performer, musician and poet. She has appeared on many spoken-word CDs, and her work has been published in various journals in Australia and the United States. She has been a co-editor of the literary journal Going Down Swinging, and also a poetry teacher at RMIT and Chisholm TAFE. She currently (2003) presents the program 'Aural Text', on Melbourne alternative radio station 3RRR.

Personal Awards

2016 recipient Creative Industries Career Fund to attend the Bloomsbury Festival in the UK and will be undertake a mentorship with John-Paul Muir where she will be learning the art of storytelling through music in many forms.

Awards for Works

Artist, 2008 Four W , no. 19 2008 single work short story
2008 winner Booranga Prize Best Prose Piece
This Machine Kills Fascists "Bob Dylan wrote this on his guitar", Four W , no. 19 The Best Australian Poems 2009 , 2008 single work poetry
2008 winner Booranga Prize Best Poem
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