Miriam Alex is a lover of all things slice-of-life. Her work has been published in the Penn Review, Frontier Poetry, and Uncanny Magazine, among others. She's currently editing for Dishsoap Quarterly. You'll find her hunched over a crossword or her laptop. Don't be afraid to say hello - she'd love to meet you.
"To Pass the Bechdel-Wallace Test," Frontier Poetry
"Between Childroid + Mother," Uncanny Magazine
"The Fundamentals of Science Fiction, or Why I Could Never Love You," Gigantic Sequins (Print)
"For What It's Worth," Peach Mag
"Final Girl (With Director Commentary)," Penn Review
"The Light Doesn't Fall Like It Used To," Gone Lawn