A. E. Elliott


A. E. Elliott is a Berlin-based blogger and e-journalist who has been publishing candid, first-person views on counterculture, music and politics since 2002. Vote Techno Party is her first fiction novel, based on personal experience of London's squat and techno party scenes.

She has been a contributor to OpenDemocracy, Urban Challenger Berlin, Alternative Berlin, Siegesaeule, and editor of the Sensanostra magazine. More of her writings on nightlife, politics and ethics can be found on her two blogs: UnsceneBerlin.blogspot.com and FleetingReams.blogspot.com. Some of her even earlier stuff can also be found at http://bubblejam.net.

Where to find A. E. Elliott online

Twitter: @unsceneberlin


Vote Techno Party (Part 4 of 6)
Price: $1.00 USD. Words: 26,660. Language: English. Published: June 8, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Biographical, Fiction » Urban
Displaced and prematurely cynical, Selene comes to London and dives headlong into the city's thriving underground club and free party scene. She has one goal in mind: to erase herself. Instead, the unthinkable happens and she starts to enjoy living as a misfit outside of the system. The only problem? The system now wants to erase HER.

A. E. Elliott's tag cloud

activism    drugs    friendship    raves    techno    urban culture