Nicholas Alexander

22 halifax avenue kingston 6
st andrew

Author's Bio

I am a teacher of English and Philosophy. I am also a poet. My works have been published in The Jamaica Gleaner, The Jamaica Observer, Caribbean Voice magazine, Small Axe: sx salon, Tongues of the Ocean(Bahamas), Poets against War, The Cartier Street Review, Auckland Poetry(New Zealand), The Black Collegian, Angelfire, Mr. Africa Poetry Lounge, Eos, Truml(Poland), Poemhunter, The First Cut(Ireland), The Camel Saloon, The Bamboo Forest, A Handful of Stones, Nazar Look(Romania, United World Poets, Poets Online and the Calabash anthology So Much Things To Say and Meditations on Divine Names, edited by Maria Anna Trochimczyk. In 2008 I was awarded a fellowship with Calabash International Writers; Workshop.I have also been featured on e-Buffet's online magazine Postcards from the people of Earth, Squid Inc.(UK), B-Gina Review as well as on TV programs and in newspapers in Jamaica. I am also listed in the prestigious Poets&Writers directory.

Publications and Prizes

Meditations on divine names
(Moonrise Press, 2012)
, men in the company of women
(Edgar and Lenore's Publishing House, 2013)
, So Much Things To Say
(Akashic Books, 2014)
360 Degrees, A Handful Of Stones, Angelfire, Black Collegian, Cafe del Sol, Cartier Street Review, Literature Today, Lyrical Passion Poetry E-Zine, Nazar Look, Poetry Pacific, Poets Against the War, Poets Online, Small Axe, Snow Monkey, St. Somewhere, sx salon, The Back Road Café, The Camel Saloon, The Caribbean Writer, The Cynic Online Magazine, The Rusty Nail, The Screech Owl, The Sound of Poetry Review, The View from Here, The Weary Blues, Tongues of the Ocean, United World Poets, vox poetica
Prizes Won: 
3rd place-The Gleaner Heroes' Day Poetry Contest Calabash Fellowship Finalist-inaugural UWI poetry clash Finalist(honorable mention)-Goodreads Poetry Contest Poet of the Year-Red Bones Blues Cafe

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now: 
The Time Machine by HG Wells
The Art of War by Sun Tzu
Being and Nothingness by Jean-Paul Sartre

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Mixed Race
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Born in: 
St Andrew, Jamaica
Raised in: 
St Andrew, Jamaica
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Last updated: May 03, 2017