Alice V. Leaderman
A New Englander transplanted to the South, Alice V. Leaderman writes fiction, including stories, novellas, and one novel. She raises native plants and volunteers with a local urban farm. Hiking and cross-country skiing are favorite cool-weather activities. Ms. Leaderman graduated from Barnard College and earned an M.F.A. in creative writing from George Mason University. She lives in Maryland with her husband.
11 entries by Alice V. Leaderman
By Wiley Cash
Whites and blacks risk their lives to unionize Southern textile mills in 1929.
By Sara Flannery Murphy
This modern-day mystery combines sci-fi sensibilities with a hint of ancient Greek influence.
By Alafair Burke
Can a savvy defense lawyer exonerate her former fiancé accused of murder?
By C.K. Stead
In this quiet, tightly woven tale, a middle-aged Kiwi gambles that he’ll be able to make a new life in post-9/11 London.
In this debut novel set in the not-too-distant future, the sons of felons are locked up in “schools” before they’ve even committed a crime.
A gathering of middle-aged men in Upstate New York after the death of a friend prompts uneasy confessions and questions of who we really are.