Alison Stine is the Philip K. Dick award winning author of Road Out of Winter and Trashlands, as well as three poetry collections and a novella. She was raised in rural Ohio, a setting that has come up frequently in her fiction. Partially deaf, she works as a freelance reporter with The New York Times, and also writes for The Washington Post, The Atlantic, 100 Days in Appalachia, and more. She now lives in Colorado.
Join FanFiAddict’s Adrian M. Gibson and Alison for a chat about her journey as a writer, the origins of her novels Road Out of Winter and Trashlands, how climate change plays into her fiction, parenting, characters and community, trash, tattooing and much more. For more on Alison and her work, check her out on: