Alice Osborn

Alice Osborn is a multi-genre author, singer-songwriter, and editor-for-hire whose most recent CD is Old Derelicts; her poetry collections include Heroes without Capes, After the Steaming Stops, and Unfinished Projects. Alice writes folk songs about American history that frequently return to the themes of home, identity, and yearning. Her family has deep roots going back before the Revolution. For over a decade Alice has taught writing workshops to thousands of aspiring fiction, poetry, and memoir authors of nearly all ages from 9 to 90 both around the corner and across continents. She also plays Celtic fiddle and bluegrass banjo. She lives in Raleigh with her husband and two children.

Contact (Work): 
919-971-9414
Scholar Location: 
Raleigh
Travel Regions: 
Statewide

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