Alex Brown was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. She majored in Anthropology and Sociology and minored in History at Mills College in Oakland, CA, and later received her Master's in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University. She now works as a digital archivist and reference librarian, and curates a local historical photograph exhibit. She also reviews books, television shows, and movies for Tor.com, and writes SFF Readers' Advisory blog posts for her local library.
Alex is a pop culture aficionado, voracious reader, rat queen, literary, history, and music geek, and all around girl anachronism prone to collecting out-of-print copies of novels by Evelyn Waugh, Jane Austen, Douglas Adams, and Neil Gaiman.
As long as she can remember, Alex has been passionate about writing. After dabbling in poetry and considering a career in screenwriting she finally settled on novel writing. Her first published short story "Sanite and Leonide" appeared pseudonymously in the Mill Valley Library Literary Journal. She has every intention of finishing at least one of the dozen novels she’s working on
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