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Alice Oseman

Alice Oseman is an award-winning author, illustrator, and screenwriter. Alice is the creator of LGBTQ+ YA romance comic Heartstopper, and the writer, creator, and executive producer for the Emmy Award-winning television adaptation for Netflix, produced by See-Saw.

Alice Oseman was born in 1994 in Kent, England. She is studying English at Durham University. Alice can usually be found staring aimlessly at computer screens, questioning the meaninglessness of existence, or doing anything and everything to avoid doing uni work.

Alice's first book, Solitaire, was published when she was nineteen. Her second, Radio Silence, was released in early 2016. She has written another two YA contemporary novels about teenage disasters: I Was Born for This and Loveless (both in 2018).

Alice’s books have won, been shortlisted, or nominated for many awards, including the YA Book Prize, the Inky Awards, the Carnegie Medal, and the Goodreads Choice Awards.

Alice was named the Attitude Person of the Year 2023, and The British Book Awards Illustrator of the Year.

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years of life: 16 October 1994 present



LADY BIRDhas quoted2 years ago
don’t think my mum likes me very much.
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When you watch a film, you’re sort of an outsider looking in. With a book—you’re right there. You are inside. You are the main character.
Chaima Chmissihas quotedlast year
and I start to feel, again, like this whole day has been pointless


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    Solitaire: Part 1 of 3
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  • Tyeshared an impression2 years ago
    💡Learnt A Lot
    💞Loved Up
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    This Winter
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  • Justýna Műllerovashared an impression4 months ago
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    solitaire is a book that has an endless number of stars, it's a great book, the character behind everything is unpredictable, you don't know anything until the end, so that's why it's the best book I've ever read

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