Aliceanna Stopher is a parent and a writer. Her short fiction and essays can be found, or are forthcoming, in Passages North, Split Lip, PANK, Gulf Coast and elsewhere. She earned her MFA from Colorado State University, where she received the Gill Rhonda Fellowship and the John Clark Pratt award. She was a founding editor of UC Berkeley Extension's Ursa Minor and served as an Associate Editor for Colorado Review.
Her work has been anthologized in The Best Small Fictions 2019 and she was a 2022 Best of the Net finalist. She lives in Colorado and works in the nonprofit sector. She is currently at work on a blended collection of stories and essays about queer girlhood, Appalachia, grief, and the night sky.