Alice Isn't Dead
|Name:||Alice Isn't Dead|
|Date(s):||March 8, 2016 – August 28, 2018|
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|External Links:||Official Website and Official Twitter|
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The podcast is presented as a series of audio diaries recorded by a truck driver as she travels across America trying to find her wife, whom she thought was dead. The narrative was presented over 3 seasons, with bonus episodes also presented. Like WTNV, Alice Isn't Dead performed Live Shows for fans. An official novel was released in October 2018, presenting the canon again with some slight changes. The show presents Keisha, the narrator, travelling to unravel the mystery of her wife's disappearance without warning. In her search, she encounters supernatural creatures, serial murderers, and a conspiracy.
The fandom is small. Many fans are appreciative of the canon black lesbian representation. The show has also been praised for its social commentary, notably its notions of grassroots resistance to systemic oppression and collective organizing. Alice/Keisha is overwhelmingly the most popular pairing, as it is the primary focus of the series.
- fanart, Archived version by boristhemagnificent, Nov 1 2016
- The abandoned farmhouse, Archived version by mmechanicat, May 28 2019
- I still can't believe that Alice Isn't Dead is getting adapted, Archived version, art by marina-does-things, Aug 25 2017
- Chanterelle. Miss you. Go home, Archived version, fanart by horreurscopes July 16 2017
- Podcast Aesthetics: Alice Isn't Dead, Archived version, a moodboard by jessaminelovelace
- Edit, Archived version by aesthetics-hoard featuring quotes from the first season
- that moment in the podcast alice isn’t dead where the narrator talks about how love is making pizza with her girlfriend. that scene changed me, Archived version, a post by boykeats with over 17,000 notes
- joseph fink invented love in the finale of Alice Isn't Dead, Archived version, a post by rabdoidal Jan 20 2020 with over 5000 notes.
Archives and Links
- Alice Isn’t Dead Is a Creepy Ode to the Great American Road Trip, a Review from the Vulture by Nicholas Quah. Oct. 2, 2018 (Accessed April 2, 2021)