Alexandra is currently working on her first solo fiction book, The Contestant, a science fiction novel about the rise of data cartels and Big Media in the year 2067. She has previously written across many mediums in fiction and non-fiction. In 2018, her autobiographical play, Depth Perception, about learning to live and thrive with chronic illness and medical PTSD won the Audience Choice Award for best ensemble show at the Atlanta Fringe Festival.


The Contestant

In the not-too-distant future, when Big Media controls information flow and a network of Luddite terrorists pose the greatest threat to global security, the newest speechwriter for hit reality show America’s Next President must choose between following the man she’s grown to love into a noble terrorist plot and building the career of her dreams at the expense of her principles.

American Refugees

When the Republic begins to crumble 20 years after seceding from the United States, four families living in the former states of Georgia and South Carolina must flee for their very lives. The Goodmans, Shealys, Morrises, and Brawleys band together against confederate rebels, state terrorism, and hunger and disease, but their bonds are weak. Some in the ragtag group will make it across the border, but most will die trying.

Written with Greg Hodgin.


Depth Perception

A young woman, afflicted with medical PTSD from a trauma that nearly took her life and continues to threaten her eyesight, must come to terms with the rollercoaster of emotions that haunt her daily life. In the wake of health trauma that has left her scarred and vision impaired, her thoughts and emotions are brought to life by her personal Greek chorus through prose, poetry, song, and comedic interplay as the scenes of her “normal” life unfold. They expose the trauma of her past, her struggles of today, and a glimpse of a future where her vision might be clear – in more ways than one.

Winner of the 2018 Atlanta Fringe Festival Audience Choice Award for Best Ensemble Show

Select Nonfiction Publications

Georgia State And Georgia Tech Awarded $2.25 Million Grant To Establish Atlanta Global Studies Center – with Dr. Anthony Lemieux, October 15, 2018

The Real Deal on Georgia’s Gubernatorial Campaign Strategies – October 25, 2014

4 Big Reasons Why the GOP Should Worry About Georgia’s Next Governor – October 16, 2014

Turning Purple: Could New Voters in Georgia Hand Senate Seat to Democrats? – September 12, 2014

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