Ivy Vines

Ivy Vines by Alice W. Hutmacher is a short story (1429 words) about a woman who, feeling suffocated, decides to leave her home in search of answers to her questions.

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About Alice Hutmacher

Alice W. Hutmacher is a 30-something globetrotting-nomad-child of the universe. Her goals in life are to master the craft of writing, take good care of her soul, and to be at home in her Self. She is secretly (or, rather, not-so-secretly) proud of having visited Edgar Allen Poe’s Philadelphia home, Ibsen’s place in Oslo, Kafka’s Prague, Hamlet’s castle in Denmark, and of sharing an Alma Mater with James Joyce and romping ground with Goethe and Martin Luther. Visit her at www.alicewhutmacher.com.

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