Alicia Lutes is a 26-year-old pug enthusiast recently transplanted to Los Angeles by way of New York. When not working, she is attempting casual hilarity on the internet in a series of tweets and blog posts. She loves television, ugly things, owls, and has an uncanny ability to put together a really killer cheese plate. Her grandfather told her “you’re so god-damned good with words! You should do something with words with your life!” and so she has made it her destiny to scrawl wordy whimsical witticisms across the page. This was carried out in a series of childhood plays, terrible teenaged poetry, collegiate-era short stories, and now television scripts. Currently, she can be found in a corner intimidated by Tina Fey’s genius, writing music reviews for Virgin.com, writing about television and movies for Hollywood.com, or worrying about sunscreen. She looks forward to retiring at the age of 80 and opening a fromagerie with a small army of wrinkly-faced dogs.
She would love it if you wanted her to write for your moving pictures show and has scripts to prove it! She can be reached at alicia dot lutes at gmail dot com.