Born in California to a military family, Alexandra Corinth (she/they) is a disabled, queer writer and artist based in DFW. Her chaplet Deus Ex Diagnosi was published by Damaged Goods Press in 2019. Her poem “Language Barriers,” published by Kissing Dynamite, was a finalist for the Best of the Net 2019 anthology. Alexandra’s work has also appeared or is forthcoming in Saint Katherine Review, Construction, Barren Magazine, Entropy and SWWIM, among others. She has been selected twice as a top ten finalist for the Writer’s Garret’s Common Language Project (2018 and 2019).

As a poet, Alexandra has been featured in several reading series in Dallas and Fort Worth, as well as in the pre-show talent show for Sabotage Wrestling’s War of the Genders 2 in Austin, Texas in 2018.


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Read some of Alexandra’s latest thoughts and find out where she’ll be reading next.


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See a full list of Alexandra’s latest publications, with links to those that are available to read online.

In the News

Check out Alexandra’s interviews and newspaper announcements.

I’ve been absolutely terrified every moment of my life – and I’ve never let it keep me from doing a single thing I wanted to do.

Georgia O’Keeffe