Author Profile

Alle C Hall

Country: United States


Alle C. Hall's debut novel, As Far as You Can Go Before You Have to Come Back, won five prizes before publishing, including The 2022 National League of American Pen Women’s Mary Kennedy Eastham Prize. Her short stories appear in journals including Dale Peck’s Evergreen Review, Tupelo Quarterly, New World Writing, and Litro; and her essays in Creative Nonfiction and Another Chicago. She has written for The Seattle Times, Seattle Weekly, and was a contributing editor at The Stranger. She is the former senior nonfiction editor at jmww journal, the former associate editor of Vestal Review. Hall lived in Asia and traveled there extensively, speaks what she calls “clunky” Japanese, and has a tai chi practice of 35 years running.
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