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photo by Laurie Grassi of Raincoast Books

photo by Laurie Grassi of Raincoast Books

Like many people, I am all over the Internet, and can be easily found goofing around on Twitter, Pinterest and perhaps especially Instagram. I welcome your comments, posts, reposts, likes, follows, shares and favorites. It is delightful, always, to meet like-minded people through such networks. I feel deeply fortunate to live in a world where magical opportunities to connect with cool people are so very abundant.

Naturally, I also welcome actual letters. If you are looking to contact me by e-mail, whether it’s about one of my works, an interview or appearance, auditioning for a slot in my one-on-one mentoring roster, my UCLA classes, my photos, my newletter or just about anything else, please do reach out using the following form. (Be sure to type in your name and e-mail address to be sure the feedback will be sent.)

My turnaround time on messages when I’m not under deadline is quite brisk; otherwise, it can stretch from a few days to a week.

Email: alyx.dellamonica @

Twitter: alyxdellamonica


Response to Contact Me!

  1. I’m contemplating taking the Novel II online course you’re teaching through UCLA Exten. The objectives say complete the first 50 pages of a novel. Well, I have 4 finished novels, and two more started that I aim to finish, but I’m guessing I’d have to start something new for the course?
    Do you have any advice for me? How basic will the work be?

  2. Call me slow on the uptake but since I opened your book to find it dedicated to Linda, would that mean you once lived in KW?
    (I do understand Linda could have travelled out of KW, that being a thing people do)
    If so, may I add your name to the grand list of local authors?

  3. Hey, Alyx!
    It’s Suzan Palumbo. I’d like to be added to your newsletter if possible! Thanks, have a good day.

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