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Alicia Valasse-Polius  is a writer of poetry, fiction and non-fiction. Her work has been widely published in journals, magazines and anthologies. These include Harlequin Magazine, The Caribbean Writer, Moko Magazine, Cordite Poetry Review, Pree, Lolwe, Susumba's Book Bag and POUi. Her work has also been featured at live events in the Caribbean, U.S.A. and England. Valasse-Polius was shortlisted for the Small Axe Poetry Prize and longlisted for the Elizabeth Nunez Award. She is also a Creative Journalism Awardee and the winner of the Canute A. Brodhurst and the Cecile de Jongh Literary Prizes.

Alicia has served as a remote United Nations Volunteer and judge for the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, among other essay competitions. Valasse-Polius is married and lives in St. Lucia.

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