Latina writer, producer, playwright, activist, Alicia Anabel is a proud New York-born Dominican who is passionate about writing works that empower and inspire women to find their voices.
Alicia just published her memoir Finding Your Force: A Journey to Love and is working on a historical fiction novel titled The Daughters of the Revolution. Her one-woman show I Was Born was recently selected as part of the ONE Festival in NYC.
She is the Founder of the New York City Latina Writers Group, which now boasts more than 200 members. Alicia has worked for BusinessWeek, Glamour, and Domino, but it was an article published in Urban Latino Magazine, “Two Cultures Marching to One Drum,” that would change the direction of her life.
In 2008, Alicia joined Creador Pictures as Writer /Co-Producer of its first documentary, Afro Latinos: La Historia Que Nunca Nos Contaron, a project that will change the way the world sees color and race relations in Latin America. Alicia lives in New York City’s Harlem with her 19-year-old daughter Courtniana. She works as a freelance writer and activist against sexual and physical abuse towards women and children. She attended New York University and Rhode Island College.