I’m Alica forneret — a creative exploring grief.
With over 10 years of experience as an editor and writer, my work has taken me all over the world—I’ve eaten, written, and traveled my way across Europe, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Australia.
I now work with an extensive network of international creatives as collaborative partners for print and digital grief-focused projects. You can find me writing my newsletter from coffee shops in Vancouver, running workshops with Reimagine in NYC, and hosting Death Over Dinner events across the United States and Canada.
I am currently getting certified as a Life Cycle Celebrant to help people celebrate both life and death. My written work has been featured on the pages of Kinfolk, Modern Farmer, Loam, Gather Journal, and Vancouver Magazine.
3 Young Vancouverites with Fresh Perspectives on Death and Grief
Grief is like swimming in the ocean (and I hate the ocean)
Grief Dialogues: Stories on Love and Loss (Book)
Let’s have dinner and talk about death
Member | Order of the Good Death
Member | Good Funeral Guild
Member | EATT (Equity at the Table)
Student | Celebrant Institute and Foundation
Speaker | Simon Fraser University; Red Academy
Collaborator | Reimagine New York City
Social media producer | End Well Symposium
Host and organizer | Death Over Dinner
Silent Auction Coordinator and writer | Feast of Fields
Events Coordinator | YWIB (Young Women in Business) Vancouver