Alicia Sometimes has been published many times in publications such as Meanjin, Overland, Cordite, Going Down Swinging, Hecate, The Age, Best Australian Poems, Westerly, Southerly, Moving Galleries Project, Motherlode, Adventures in Pop Culture, Four W, Heat, New Matilda, SBS Cornerfold, Big Bridge, Verandah and many more.
She has performed at many venues and festivals around the world including Melbourne Festival, Melbourne Writers Festival, Sydney Writers Festival, Festival Voix d'Ameriques, Auckland Readers and Writers Festival, Ubud Writers Festival, The Next Wave Festival, Queensland Poetry Festival, Tasmanian Poetry Festival, The National Young Writers Festival, ANZ Literature Festival (London), Bloomsbury Festival (London), Quantum Words Festival and more.
Alicia has won the Four W short story and poetry prize, the Matthew Rocca Poetry Prize (twice), Essence of St Kilda Prize and many poetry slams.
Alicia was co-editor of the literary magazine Going Down Swinging for seven years. She has also guest edited Cordite and Etchings.
Alicia has judged the VPLA Poetry Award (three times), local section for the Greater Dandenong Short Story Award, Young Gourmet Youth Poetry Awards, Glen Eira Eastend Booksellers' Award, Australian Poetry Slam and many others.
In this Cordite essay, Alicia talks about some of the history of Melbourne and poetry.