Alice Williams is a Melbourne-based author and columnist.
At nineteen years old she dropped out of university and lived in a Buddhist monastery in Nepal, where she learned that even complete buttheads just want to be happy, so we should probably try and be nice to each other. Who knew? When Alice returned from Nepal, she finished her degree and worked low-level office and hospitality jobs to support her writing. Her first book, Would it kill you to say please?, was published in 2007.
She celebrated this milestone by having a quarter-life crisis and becoming a yoga teacher. Alice lives in Melbourne with her partner and two young children.
Her latest book Bad Yogi (Affirm Press) is out now.
For more of her rants, pop over here.
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