Aja Beech Profile

Aja Beech


BSR Contributor Since August 9, 2015

Aja Beech is a freelance author of essays, poetry, and short stories living in Philadelphia. Her work appears internationally. Links to her work appear at processpress.wordpress.com.

Aja Beech is a freelance author writing about social issues and the arts. In 2010, she was the recipient of a Leeway Art and Change Grant and, in 2011, she was named one of Philadelphia's Creative Connectors. One of her poems, “for you women,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2012. Her poetry, short stories, and essays have appeared in Newsworks, Huffington Post, Certain Circuits, Apiary Magazine, The 5-2, Ether Books, and Three Line Poetry. Links to her work appear at processpress.wordpress.com.

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"The Star Side of Bird Hill"

'Disgruntled' and 'The Star Side of Bird Hill'

The complexities of coming-of-age

Asali Solomon and Naomi Jackson have written similar yet different coming-of-age stories about young women confronting many identities while trying to find their own.
Aja Beech

Aja Beech

Articles 2 minute read
José A. Mazariegos, "Danza Azteca." (Photo courtesy of DVAA)
A sampling of work by Bonnie MacAllister. Image courtesy of the artist.
Phillips records audio by a body of streaming water, standing on a bed of rocks, daylight cascading over the area.

The Academy of Natural Sciences presents The River Feeds Back

There’s something in the water

Annea Lockwood and Liz Phillips bring the Schuylkill riverbanks to the Academy of Natural Sciences. Aja Beech previews.
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Aja Beech

Previews 3 minute read