Alexandra Fox was a runner-up in the 2005 Bridport Prize with her short story “The Silver Sugar Sifter”. However, this is just one of her many successes since she first started writing seriously in January 2004. Alexandra Fox is a participant in Alex Keegan’s online Boot Camp, although, she is so prolific at the moment that we suspect that she does not need much motivation. She has won first prizes in competitions held by Momaya, Pencil, the BBC, Seventh Quark, Cadenza, Lichfield, JBWB, Peninsular, the Milton Keynes Speakeasy Open Creative Writing Competition and First Writer International. She has also been placed in competitions such as the Asham Award, the New Writer, Hastings, SIWC, and Matthew Prichard. Alexandra Fox has also been published by Ink Pot, QWF, the Absinthe Literary Review, Smokelong Quarterly, the in-flight magazine for Virgin, the Paumanok Literary Review, Eclectica, and New Writing Ventures. Alexandra Fox is a mother and a grandmother from a Northants village. It’s been widely printed online that she has regrets about never having been to university, but I’m sure selfish readers like myself wouldn’t want her to go to university if it interrupts her writing! She is currently thinking about writing her first novel.
Smoking with Alexandra Fox – the Smokelong Quarterly’s interview with Alexandra
Happy Families – Route Magazine interview Alexandra Fox about her contribution to this anthology
Here are some links to Alexandra Fox’s many online stories and essays:
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