Alison Bergblom Johnson writes creative nonfiction and plays. She focuses on neglected personal stories about the past that intersect with the present. The stories she tells aren’t supposed to be talked about – they are often considered “too personal.” She tells stories that buoy insiders and educate outsiders. Her work connects to larger political movements: particularly women’s, lesbian, and disability rights.
Alison Bergblom Johnson writes creative nonfiction and plays. Fiction Fix and Diverse Voices Quarterly, among others, have published her nonfiction. She was a resident of the Arts Retreat at the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center. She has read her work at the Walker Art Center and 7th Street Entry. Her one-woman show, Other Than Tragedy, and a group show in resistance to sexual violence have premiered in the Minnesota Fringe Festival.