Alexa graduated Summa Cum Laude from Champlain College in 2021 with a major in Professional Writing and focus in Creative Writing. In the fall, she is excited to join The New School’s Creative Writing MFA program with dual concentrations in Poetry and Writing for Children & Young Adults. Her past experience includes working with Champlain College’s Marketing Media Team, University of Rock, and Platinum Artist Management. Alexa plays the bass guitar and loves helping her fellow artists gain traction in the music industry through reviews, artist features, and interviews, which can be found under the blog tab.
Alexa also enjoys writing and reviewing novels and poetry. Her poem, “They’ll Tear it Down” appeared in Pinnacle Anthology in spring 2019; “Hot & Sour Soup,” “50￠ a Cup,” and “The End” were published in Willard & Maple in May 2021; “Bowl or No Bowl” was featured in the first issue of Sage Soup in 2021; “The Guy Who Stabbed Jesus,” “Blue Jeans,” “Control Freak,” and “A Quaint Little Tragedy” were chosen for The Empty Magazine in 2021; and “God Spoke to Me Through the Car Stereo” was selected for the spring 2021 issue of The Bryant Literary Review. Alexa’s debut nonfiction poetry book, Troubles, premiered in May 2021 and is available via Target, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Blurb, and the site store. Alexa is currently unrepresented, but in the market for an agent who is excited about her writing.
To follow Alexa’s progress in any of her endeavors, please feel free to visit her social media accounts or browse this website.
Check out Alexa’s interview in For the Punks magazine, her #WomenWednesdays feature with Revel Relations, interview for Champlain College’s The Crossover, and her feature in the March 2020 issue of MNSTRM Media!