Alice Paige is a trans woman, essayist, and storyteller living in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Her writing explores the transformative power of queer love even in the darkest of nights under the newest of moons. Through teaching, she looks to guide students in a reclamation of narrative power and an exploration of the strange thresholds of writing. Her work can be found at Crabfat Magazine, Coffin Bell, VASTARIEN, Luna Station Quarterly, Write About Now, Button Poetry, and Take A Stand, Art Against Hate: A Raven Chronicles Anthology. She is a Digital Pedagogical Lab Fellow and recently graduated with her MFA in creative writing from Hamline University.