Allie Werner writes strange short fiction under the guise of her first initial. Her stories have appeared in publications such as NANO Fiction and Hobart. She’s been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and featured in the Wigleaf Top 50.
Allie grew up all over the East Coast, where she was raised by cartoons. Later on she studied English literature at Reed College. Allie has read slush for Tin House, interned with American Short Fiction, read contest submissions for Zoetrope: All-Story, worked as an assistant editor at the cross-genre literary journal Unstuck, and read stories for Interfictions. These days she lives in South Brooklyn and writes grants in the basement of a Manhattan museum.
If you like, you can contact her at the following address: a.werner.writes(at)gmail.com