Alexandra Corinth is a queer and disabled writer and intermedia artist.
Born in California to a military family, Alexandra (they/them) is based in DFW. Their chaplet Deus Ex Diagnosi was published by Damaged Goods Press in 2019. Their 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 Lunch Ticket, 8 Poems, Saint Katherine Review, Barren Magazine, and SWWIM, among others. They have 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.
As a DEI practitioner and academic, Alexandra has given several presentations, served on multiple committees, and received the LGBTQ+ Program Advocate award at the University of Texas at Arlington in 2022.