Music and Writing

Aurore Sibley is a writer, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist living in California. Her original songs are available on all streaming platforms and for purchase on BandCamp. 

 

Aurore's writing has appeared in The Molotov Cocktail Award Anthology and Lilipoh magazine as well as numerous small presses and online publications. Her poetry was included in The Halcyone and Black Mountain Press's "The Sixty-Four Best Poets of 2019" and her poetry chapbooks, "The Heart is Not a Pump" and "All These Little Remonstrations" are available through Finishing Line Press. 

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All These Little Remonstrations

"Poet Aurore Sibley is capable of bringing the lamb out of the fire, of casting shadows out of ghosts, of constructing a miracle, and she does so beautifully in her collection All These Little Remonstrations. 
- Candice Balish Kelsey

Recent Music Release

  • Music and publications by Aurore Sibley 

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Latest release: Fine Line

Fine Line was written, performed and recorded by Aurore Sibley, featuring and produced by Nathan Peter Illes.

Stream or Purchase Aurore's Music

Book of Song

Spotify

Apple Music

Pandora

Youtube

Soundcloud

Bandcamp

Press

Features & Reviews

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Feature on Book of Song

Good Times

Interview

April, 2021

Feature on Book of Song

Sonoma Index Tribune

First Friday: An Agatha Maguire Mystery

By Eliza West

When a client dies under suspicious circumstances at her clinic's open house, Agatha Maguire turns her skills towards sleuthing.

Set in the city of Santa Cruz, First Friday is a study of human psychology and the heart, but take head when you follow the line of tension to its source. Hypnogogic hallucinations, love triangles and financial deception abound as she unravels the ways in which her clients' secrets intertwine.

Aurore also writes under the pen name Eliza West. 

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Notebook and Pen

"Every act of perception, is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination."

Oliver Sacks