About Alice Rose
A. Rose is a Creative Writing Graduate from UEA. Her work focuses on reframing disability, as well as the psychology of memories. She loves experimenting with all types of writing, including scripts and short stories, and is currently in the process of writing her first novel. She is fascinated by myths and legends and loves writing about nature. She travels the world in a self-converted van with her fiancé and their Bedlington Whippet called Twiglet.
1st place 2019
A. Rose's Nodes of Ranvier won first place in SRUK's annual Science me a Story competition, which was designed to introduce science concepts to children in an innovative and engaging way. The prize winning short story is about memory loss, and the importance of treasuring life's fleeting moments.
Oblivisci, the Sci-Fi thriller by A. Rose is part of the Not So Normal Narrators Anthology published by Odd Voice Out. It is set in a dystopian world in which people pay with memories instead of money. It is an empowering story that features a deaf protagonist who uses her disability for extraordinary reasons.
The mental health organisation Mind, hosted a short story competition titled Journeys. A.Rose submitted a piece about a man who must bring harmony to the elements in order to restore the balance in his own life.
Brief Encounters Journal
In revision for publication
Henry by A. Rose is currently under consideration for publication in an esteemed Academic Journal run by the CHASE university peers. It centres around a young boy with autism, and aims to promote positivity towards disability through raising awareness and understanding.