Alp Beck

Alp Beck

President at Alp Horizons Publishing and Productions LLC

New York City, New York

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April 2013
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About Alp

Alp Beck lives in New York City. She writes in all genres but prefers horror. Her essays have been featured in the NY Times and NY Blade. She loves the challenge of the short story format. “A well-told, tightly written story is my Everest. I will continue to write them until I reach my personal story-telling summit.”

You can find her work in Hell’s Grannies: Kickass Tales of the Crone, by Lafcadio Press; A New York State
of Fright, by Hippocampus Press; Hell’s Mall, by Lafcadio Press, Even in the Grave, by NeoParadoxa and A Woman Unbecoming, by Crone Girls Press – a charity horror anthology benefitting Reproductive Health
and Care.
She is currently working on a screen adaptation of her short story, HEELS and her horror novel, FRESH,
along with a series of short stories, including THE UNDERRIDE, with her co-author, Laurie Jones.

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  • Lemonade: Detroit

    Lemonade: Detroit (2013)
    Film (short) by Erik Proulx Producer Bad news is sensational. It's the stuff of prime time exposes and gotcha news hours. People are attracted to bad news for the same reason they slow down past car accidents and watch horror movies -- It's impossible to turn away. But instead of sensationalizing blight, the film Lemonade: Detroit sensationalizes hope. It is about the disarming resilience of a city that can no longer rely on a single industry for its livelihood. Rather than glamorizing ruin porn, Lemonade: Detroit makes hope, optimism, and positivity as intriguing to watch as a train wreck.

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